But when he stumbles upon a strange green whirlpool near his home, he discovers that it is a gateway through space and time.
Exploring the Gatespace beyond leads him into worlds unknown and adventures that defy the imagination, perfect fuel for the creativity of an author…
But there’s just one complication… will he ever make it home to write that book?
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I have been honing my craft, learning to write by the sheer exercise of writing, for about 40 years. Until now, I was afraid to actually put anything out for public consumption. The real difference between “Pinball” and 90 percent of the other independently published books in the Kindle store is the level of quality in the spelling and punctuation. Oh, and the story is pretty captivating, too, I’m told.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Keep writing, no matter what. Write like your life depends on it.
Alan Seeger was born in San Francisco, in 1959 His parents were two transplants from Missouri. They lived in Denver for a couple of years, and then moved to Oklahoma at the age of five, where he remained until the age of 37. After ten years in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas, he now lives on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota, where he has been since 2007.
Seeger has been a writer for as long as he can remember. “I used to make up stories and fill spiral notebooks with them back when I was eight or nine years old,” he says. At the age of fourteen, he started writing songs, and music pretty much took up all his time for the next thirty years or so, with the exception of the odd tale (and sometimes they were very odd tales indeed) now and then.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I was inspired to write “Pinball” by the idea that there might be multiple timelines out there, all dependent on the choices we make.