When Chris goes Inland, he expects to get in, complete his mission, get out, and start the next mission. He does not expect to meet Jenna, the woman who would change him forever. Not only does she challenge the way he sees the world around him, but he challenges his job, which he realizes is all he is. If he has not his job, what does he have? Her.
I love science fiction and daydream about being a good writer. Mostly I just want to throw up on everything I’ve written because it’s so awful. Fortunately for my bank account, I just can’t bring myself to throw up on my laptop because then I’d go broke buying new ones every day. But I do love writing, and I love how it makes me feel. I’ve decided I want my writing to make others feel good, too, so that’s why I decided to publish The Final Robertson via KDP — not because it’s good and will make others feel good but because I don’t know if it’s good and makes others feel good. But letting others read it and tell me what they think (ie, feedback, or lack thereof, even) is the only way I can find out if I’m getting closer to my goal. So here I am.