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On the other hand, Isabi Rede was not much enthusiastic about meeting Mala Deeha as his new partner in the difficult job. But, his excitement knows no bounds when he sees her for the first time. The second novel of the Sector Guard series was published by the Devine Destinies publishing house in the year In the opening sequence of the plot of the novel, Agreha Wyld or just Aggie, as she is often referred to as, is shown as operating a small bar on her planet.
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He is one of the first to understand the change. After the change he experiences an emotional battle to stay loyal to his wife, although he has feelings for another woman in his office. He later becomes a pilot of the first spaceship able to explore the galaxy. As part of that exploration, he again crosses into the energy-damping field. His mind quickly becomes unable to work the complex controls, and he must wait for the ship to move back out of the field on its own. So, I feel like at the end the readers really get to know that author much better.
And, oh my God, they ride horses and we have a horse ranch! Well, and T he Worldshapers , of course, came about because I wanted to talk to authors about writing and so, yeah, authors are generally very interesting people to talk to you. Oh, wow. That is a philosophical question.
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Obviously, I am not an immortal pirate, but writing this series…. Really, I know, right? Spoiler alert. But writing this series, I really dig into the question of what would it do to you if the world around you is constantly changing and you are not? And each character, I get a different facet of that. Because it affects each of them differently. And so I learn. And I think that fiction teaches us to empathize and learn about people, as opposed to a historical event.
You can be anybody you want to be. If this person could do it, you can do it, you know, kind of thing. And I think that there is a magic in that. But they need to be told. So, we do. I hope that, if nothing else, it provides an escape from, you know, something that they need a break from. And I hope that that helps people understand, too, and empowers them that you can change you. You have that power to change that. And so, I made the human character, she was deaf from…there was a bombing in Ireland, and so she was deaf.
And she taught him that. And that was such a powerful thing that I learned writing that book. And so, anyway, I do hope that readers come away with a new, maybe even just a new empathy for other people around them and in their life. Do you find that your experience? Yes, definitely. So, yeah, it definitely changes you, some books more than others. Well, and that brings us to the end of the time. So, where do people find you online, should they wish to do so? My Web site is lisa-kessler. Pinterest is really fun. And I do have an author newsletter, you can sign up on Facebook or on my Web site.
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You know, Christopher seems to be well-launched now with his first novel. I guess the second novel in that series is coming out, is that right? Just came out.
Most of us, it starts with reading as kids. Is that how it worked out for you? Pretty much, yes. I was reading science fiction and fantasy…really from, it seems like, from the beginning. I cannot remember the first book I ever read that was science fiction.
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I liked fairy tales an awful lot, and then I somehow, you know, I went to the library and got books from the science fiction section of the library. And back then, they had…a number of publishers had fairly serious attempts to write, publish, YA science fiction, and Robert Heinlein wrote a series of juvenile novels that I really snapped up. It was quite a shock to me when I discovered that Andre Norton was a woman. It was years later. I knew they existed, but I had never seen one. And immediately I bought my first science fiction magazines, and then I was well and truly hooked, pretty much.
Somehow I knew Andre Norton was a woman. So I must have read a bio or something of her early on. So, when did you start trying your hand at writing? Well, you know, I often tell students, my writing students, that one of the seven warning signs that you might become a writer is that you are writing fiction which is not on command by your English teacher before the age of ten, and indeed, I was writing stories and I actually made a little magazine, I would compel my friends to write them and I would illustrate stories myself, probably…maybe I was eleven or twelve.
And so, I was at it pretty early.