Ten years ago, a human brain was created and installed into the control centre of the manmade Sana Island. To most people, it is known as MindOpS, a non-living entity operating in the background of their lives. Only a girl named Myth knows better: his name is Dragon and he is very much alive. And after ten bodiless years, Dragon has a dream that will change everything and will put his mind and Myth’s life in mortal danger. There are powerful forces that don’t want the truth revealed and they’re coming for Dragon. But where do you run to when you’re already everywhere?
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Sfi Fi needs to come across as being scientifically plausible, even if it can’t happen with current technology. And while I was writing this series, I came across research that would support the technology used in the story.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write and keep writing. And write because you enjoy it, not because you imagine yourself to be the next best selling author.
Vered Ehsani has been a writer since she could hold pen to paper, which is a lot longer than she cares to admit. Originally from South Africa, she lives in Kenya with her husband, their two children and an assortment of animals with varying degrees of wildness. When she isn’t writing, daydreaming or running her radio show AfricaCreates.net, she pretends to work as an environmental consultant. She often wishes she could float through walls and do other cool things, and that’s probably why she’s currently fixated on ghosts and other bodiless beings. Her work background is in engineering and environmental management. Visit her and her novels at veredehsani.blogspot.com
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I was daydreaming as usual, and imagining what it would be like to be connected mentally to a computer. One thing led to another and Dragon was born.