Just when you think you're done, yeah I can hear you now, 'Anderson, you've already delayed the release of Destroyer, changed the title, etc. What gives?
I haven't delayed it; not yet. Editing has it's own way of changing things. This isn't like a test where you go back and change the answer, then you change it back again. No, when I change things they are to add more interest to the story or smooth out the plot. For instance, when I had Alexander cruising Druze and talking about his mood shifts-something you the readers noticed-I had to have him doing something. Having dialogue alone creates what we call the "Talking Heads" and it drains the energy out of what you're trying to say.
Christopher L. Anderson is a husband and a proud father of two kids. With everything else he’s done in his life, being a rocket scientist–literally, a USAF Officer, B-52 Commander, Research Pilot, working for NASA, flying for the airlines, being active in the Church and during all that becoming an established Author, well, it all comes back to the basics, to the foundation of being a husband and a father.