I love telling stories. I love creating worlds so I can populate them with my vision. In my case, my genre of choice is science-fiction. I can create futuristic scenarios that capture my readers’ imagination, and allow me to present my ideas in an exhilarating fashion. It's quite impossible not to inspire awe with tales set in the far future. Much of it is novel. Much of it is speculation. Still, there’s hope in the future. That’s why I love science-fiction. It's the perfect convergence of escapism and philosophy.
Strictly speaking stories don't have to be set in the far future to be called science-fiction. In my opinion, a story enters this genre when it explores how an inexplicable phenomenon affects human life. By this I'm not alluding to supernatural happenings, like the apparition of ghost-like figures. Though, these mysteries may be described as supernatural. Like in the recent film Interstellar, the ghost analogy was used throughout the plot.Read More