My next book, a sci-fi mystery called Made in Bionia, is at editing stage. I penned the first music theme to introduce you the starting event of the story – the ocean is poisoned and the sea life is dying as a result of a bioterrorist act.… Read the rest
This is a bit of a ‘free flow of thought’ post about a common fear of being lonely.
Homo sapiens is a social animal: the mankind has evolved in tribes and the solitary lifestyle is not natural for us.… Read the rest
I’m a slow reader and I prefer reading short books. I often find long books associated with poorly structured stories, with muddled middles, containing pages and pages of impenetrable narrative.… Read the rest
As a scientist I have always been more interested in the fate of our planet rather than the mankind. When I was a child I wanted to be an inventor, so the machines would do the job with more efficiency and less pollution.… Read the rest
I admire clear succinct prose, like Hemingway’s. And I also like beautiful style of Oscar Wilde, where every word matters even though the language is poetic and can be quite elaborate at times. Both writers couldn’t be more different but one thing they have in common is clarity.… Read the rest