The Tritonus Venture is coming!

Hale Cooke is a bad man. And he has the technology of another world at his disposal to help him realize his sinister dream...

Global financial crashes and civil war have led to the implementation of a Resource-Based Economy. As the new paradigm settles into place, famine and poverty are slowly being erased from the world, and division and inequality are all but extinct.

But Hale Cooke, formerly rich and powerful beyond all reckoning within the monetary system, feels he has been deprived of his rightful position above the mundane populace of the planet.

With the aid of technology stolen from a submerged spacecraft beneath his artificial island, Tritonus Atoll, Cooke will disrupt the world in ways that have never before been possible, all for the purpose of his singular goal:

He will, at any cost, destroy the universal equailty that has prevailed across the globe and replace himself at the top of the food chain, subjegating all of humanity beneath him in the process.

Unless, that is, someone or something is able to stop him before it's too late.


Hello Sci-Fi enthusiast!

I find an exhilarating kind of satisfaction when I am sitting at my desk, moving a plot forward or being surprised by something one of my characters does.

It is thrilling for me to see my heroes win the day or grow as people, and it hurts me when they are suffering. I laugh along with them when they are enjoying themselves, and I sometimes need to take a breather and pull myself together when their lives suck.

I love to see the villains getting their just desserts, and I am sometimes shocked at the terrible things they do. Those horrible actions and dastardly deeds came out of my imagination! How can I dream up such angry, atrocious, malevolent crap when I'm basically such a nice guy? Where does that come from? 

It is all very cathartic, though, and I can't see myself ending the pleasure-filled pain that I go through every time I sit at my desk to create written works any time soon. I have been infected by the writing bug and, so far as I can discern, there is no known cure. Oh, well. So be it.

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Daniel McMillan