Who says pirates can’t hound you in space, science can’t flirt with magic, and dragons can’t be made of metal?
For thousands of years, stories, be they oral folklore or literary fantasies, have entertained both adults and children alike. Damsels in distress and dashing white knights, pure-hearted princes and cherished, innocent princesses, kingdoms on the brink of war, wicked dragons and tyrannical rulers, the epic heroes—all these (and more) precious elements surround what we now know as fairy tales.
Each generation eventually takes some time to reevaluate the tales of old, morph them in some way while maintaining the core defining elements. That’s exactly what I’m doing—writing upgrades of futuristic proportions. Because who says pirates can’t hound you in space, science can’t flirt with magic, and dragons can’t be made of metal?