Out of a job.

/Out of a job.

The republic humans move slowly.

“I know that now,” Rose says. “But… Usually he seems incongruous.”

Davey starts panicking again. “No problem,” he says. “I do have a ship. ”

I don’t have to be afraid. The shuttle docks with a big shining orbital station, all white and glass. No one sees in, because voidspawn can’t be a problem. It’s not the same as being there.

“I know spells, y’know,” I say instead. “The goblin temples are always riskier than their owners.”

This is worse than the jumpsuit. But everyone needs their bedtime stories. It’s something familiar.

Novels by Botnik predictive keyboard.

Why bother to actually write a sequel to the DEMONS IN SPACE project when I can just feed the first book into a bot and predictive-keyboard-mash out the sequel. Genius!

2018-01-11T09:46:46+00:0019th June, 2018|Tags: SPACE DEMONS, tech, writing|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Vickie 19th June, 2018 at 9:43 am

    You’d think a computer couldn’t replace a novelist. We’re so wrong.

    • Alis 19th June, 2018 at 12:27 pm

      I’m not sure Orwell really meant to predict things that accurately with his novel-writing “kaleidoscopes” in the Ministry’s Fiction Department…

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