Prometheus deconstructed

01-10-2011 » Progress report, Science Fiction » To comments

Autumn is here, and the starship Prometheus has been launched on its long journey toward the bookstores. The path leads through uncharted territory, and like the colossal dreadnoughts of Neal Asher’s universe, it will change form along the way. The mission, however, will remain the same, but the title will change. E-mails have been flying through cyberspace between my editor and I, and we have agreed on some necessary changes.

The title will remain secret for a little while longer. I don’t want Ridley Scott or James Cameron to ruin this one!

As for the changes, some weight will be shed, and some chapters rearranged. The kids, Davi and Lieta, are moved up in the story to better accommodate young adult readers, as was my intention. Title in place, cover illustrations process initiated, synopsis and marketing teasers launched. All that remains is for me to rearrange all pages, to deconstruct and redeploy all the might of this galactic behemoth. Of course, that

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isn’t the end of it, but it’s a good beginning.

And yes, this is only the first book of a series.

Thanks for all the support, you guys! And don’t forget to follow my tweets for frequent updates.

9 have commented «Prometheus deconstructed»

  1. Martin Fyrileiv | 01-10-2011, 22:01 | Permalink

    Looking forward to hear more about the process my friend, and not to mention, the end result 😉

    -Martin-

  2. Erik | 01-10-2011, 22:07 | Permalink

    Likewise, my friend, likewise. 😉

  3. Ken Jensen | 02-10-2011, 14:52 | Permalink

    Extremely well-written info, Erik. Now, if only the novel held the same standard … Haha! … just kidding. Looking very much forward to the end result. This is the kind of series that could easily be adapted into a movie or a TV show. I think it would be great in that format. Your writing is very visual.

  4. Erik | 02-10-2011, 16:30 | Permalink

    Thanks, Ken. Yes, I agree. My style is very visual.

  5. Christan | 15-10-2011, 17:47 | Permalink

    I wants it!:)

  6. Michael | 15-06-2012, 18:52 | Permalink

    Is there really such a thing as a Norwegian scifi writer? Good luck to you anyway. I wonder whether you have ever written anything that predicts the future of Norway? Will there be nation states, what will be the role of Norwegians within the world community and so on? Will we have a norwegian space station or norwegian space explorers in the spirit of Amundsen?

  7. Erik | 16-06-2012, 00:00 | Permalink

    Thanks, Michael! Those are valid questions. Indeed, there are Norwegian sci-fi writers, myself among them. As a small country we may not see much action in the space race, but of course we’ll have future Amundsens and Nansens.

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    Thanks! The link to the guy who made the layout is right below this post. 😉 Stian Andreassen. 🙂


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