Ronnie Smart
Member since Sunday, 31 May 2009
Country: United Kingdom

Applications engineer for SolidCAM Uk, who loves writing, can''''''''''''''''t spell, Loves his family, and is sad that Scifi has now automatically become associated with horror and terror. Where is the real stuff that should carry hope for the future, not fear of destruction?

Recently I've found myself writing about things closer to life as we know it. That doesn't mean I'm never going to write Sci-Fi again.

A friend of mine claimed that people only write good stuff when they are disturbed or have problems. When the problems go away they stop writing. It may be true, but not for me as we reach the end of the first ten years of this century. I love painting pictures with words, and as long as people read my pictures then it's my goal to paint more for them.

A question for those who need clarification because of my dyslexia punctuation and spelling can sometimes be a little bit of a problem. Will the pictures these texts paint in your minds have commas, question marks, semi-colons and paragraph?

List of books

A young braves tribal history is indelably linked to the future of two races.
William-John finds himself facing 10 years in exile for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
After fifteen years "locked in" and outwardly functioning as an automaton, Rufus Black fights to bring his identity back to the surface.
The little stories that stand on their own
Short Stories
What lies hidden on the Atlantic floor, 3Km below the largest hurricane in known history and how will the worldís governments conceal it from the people
Ever had one of those days that canít make up their mind whether itís a good day or not? Harold and Mavis find What stars well ends in tragedy.