What book should everybody read at least once? Everyone should read Ender’s Game (Orson Scott Card) at least once! Especially since the movie is coming out soon.
Are there any books you really don’t enjoy? There aren’t any books specifically, but by genre, I’m not a fan of romance.
What do you hope your obituary will say about you? I hope that my obituary would say that I loved well and that I gave my life for others.
Location and life experiences can really influence writing. Tell us where you grew up and where you now live? I grew up in Washington State, near Puget Sound. I could see Seattle off in the distance and got to see the ocean all the time. Right now, I live in Minnesota, though in September I’ll be moving to Atlanta, Georgia!
How did you develop your writing? I developed my writing by reading many books and continuing to write. I have been part of a writing website for a while now, where I get critiqued on the work I post. I continue to learn and grow. I strive to make my writing better and enjoyable.
How far would you go to save yourself? Would you compromise your religion, morals, or integrity to avoid death?
Twenty-seven people wake up to discover they are imprisoned in isolation cubes. They are forced to endure multiple trials in an experiment designed to test the limits of human nature.
In each cube is a pistol. During any test an individual can use the gun to end the torment and take their own life. In doing so, they believe the test would immediately end for everyone and potentially save the lives of others.
Would you lay down your life to save another? Would you pass the tests?
It’s the ultimate trial for human nature and the will to stay alive.
Would you survive the experiment?
This story is a novella, at around 100 pages, or 26000 words.
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Genre – Thriller / SciFi
Rating – PG13
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