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All About: The Inevitable Singularity by Molly J. Bragg

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The Inevitable Singularity

by Molly J. Bragg

Released: Nov 21, 2023

Genre: Science Fiction

Why this book and why now?

The Inevitable Singularity started as a bet. I said that I could take a group of tropes and plot lines that had been done to death, and do something unique with them, and I like to think I did. The story definitely has a twist near the middle that I don’t think people will expect, and it looks at certain concepts that have been played with in fiction, and asks the question of why they play out the way they do. As for why now? Because I’ve been working on this book on and off for eight years, and I’m sick of it taking up space on my hard drive and not paying rent.

Would you and your main character(s) get along?

No. Oh, god no. Sean and I would get along terribly. Mostly because I would take one look at her life, and tell her she’s an idiot for putting up with the crap that she puts up with, and she would hate me because she would know I’m right, and still be too stubborn to change.

What 3 things would your main character want with them if they got stranded away from civilization, and why?

She could want her armor, her gun, and a bunch of extra ration packs. One of the pitfalls of being a soldier is that she’s practical, and survival considerations come first, so that’s where her mind would go when asked that question.

One of your main characters is planning a romantic night. Tell us about it.

Oh, this is easy. Sean is all about beaches. Any romantic evening she’s going to plan is going to involve a picnic on the beach, some good booze, and cuddling in front of the fire to keep warm.

Publishing a book is a huge accomplishment and it’s time to party! Choose a celebratory beverage for one of your main characters to toast the release of your new book.

Sean’s definitely a beer girl. It’s something comfortable and familiar to her, and she also likes that most of the nobles and politicians she deals with on the regular look down on it. She actually enjoys the little details that set her apart from the people she deals with on a regular basis. It reminds her of who she is, and all the things she’s lived through.

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