I write to explore ideas and how they may affect humanity, whether it be tomorrow, decades in the future, or centuries. I wish to show the individual struggling to pursue their goals and desires, to build on their success, and to overcome their failures. I long to see how society and the culture treat the individual, allowing me to provide a non-standard insight that speaks to today.
What are the consequences of the individual going-it-alone, enlisting help from friends, or have another take care of everything? Can the individual define happiness and achieve it? Can the individual keep it once they have it?
Science fiction provides a rich landscape to examine these questions while bringing in elements of romance, suspense, and mystery. Legends like Clarke and Asimov have come before me, making me and a multitude of others ponder. I hope to stimulate the same curiosity, even if it’s in a single reader.
Check out The Music of Mars page for a summary, character information, and more.
11/17/20 – I’m on parler.com as @GeorgeGMooreAuthor.
10/15/20 – I tweaked the website look-and-feel more. If you know me, you knew that was coming…
10/12/20 – I updated the look-and-feel of the website. It’s more easily viewable on a tablet and phone now.
10/11/20 – No events are planned for the rest of the year. However, I’m completing a second novel unrelated to The Music of Mars and I’m working on a sequel to The Music of Mars.
10/13/19 – I recently finished the first draft of my new novel, tentatively titled, The Gray Solution. It follows a a Fipoan woman to Earth with a mission to help protect Earth from the lethal Gray Death. Unfortunately, she encounters indifference among the humans. When a Gray come seeking help and compromise, she struggles to adjust to helping her enemy.
8/30/19 – I booked two appearances for the fall. First, I’ll be at Loudoun Country Library’s Eat Local, Read Local event at Cascades Library on October 12th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Second, I’ll be in York, PA for the York Book Expo on November 2nd from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
4/19/19 – Unfortunately, a scheduling difficulty prevents me from participating in Comic Logic’s fourth anniversary celebration. I’m planning on joining them on May 4th for Free Comic Book day.