Launching the New World Project

I first began to imagine the New World Project whilst in conversation with a real-life quantum physicist.

I don’t want to pretend that I understood everything the man told me. 

Au contraire.

I actually understood very little and so my imagination started filling in the blanks.

By the time I got home that night, I had built a whole world around the few snippets of conversation that actually made sense.

I remember the excitement I felt as I scribbled endless notes into a wannabe-moleskine notebook.

Hardly able to read my scrawl from that night, I am certain of only one thing:

the New World I created is worth a visit and I am typing frantically to be able to invite you to take a walk in my imagination.

As the New World is too large to be fully contained in only one book, I have mapped out several novels and a short story collection which I am currently writing simultaneously to the first New World novel.  

Whilst the first New World short story is already complete, I have decided to hold off on publication as I am going to enter it into a UK Short Story Competition in the hope that I might be able to raise some awareness of the project on a National level.

Of course, I will keep you updated on the project and the competition as they unfold and I am hoping for your feedback and support as gradual releases of my New World writings become published.  

Watch this space…    

Image Attribution:By Diffman (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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