Front Street Reviews Interview with Sabrina Williams

SW: How did you create the technical aspects of the novel? For example, how did you design the components and mechanics of futuristic spacecraft?

SC: I'm scientifically trained myself so much of what I write about is an attempt to extrapolate from current science today. Of course there are many themes in my book that are common throughout the genre anti gravity, hyperdrive, cryosleep they're just popular ideas, but I tried to not get too bogged down in the scientific detail of how those things worked and focused more on the storytelling itself. At the heart of Project U.L.F. is a very human adventure story/thriller. I think too much technical jargon would have distracted from that.

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Pandora's Gate Interview

PG: Do you have any ideas for your next story?

SC: I'm always having ideas for stories. Having ideas is simply a matter of looking at any given situation and asking yourself "What if...?" Then extrapolate and elaborate and really, the only boundaries are your own imagination and whether you can make that story believable to an audience...

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SF Signal Interview with Scott Schaffer

SS: What inspired you to become an author?

SC: I don't know if I was inspired, I just had a desire to write and I thought I could tell a good story. As I said before, I have always written. I think you either have an urge to write or you don't. I don't think it's something you just decide to do one day....

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The SLB insider interview.

SLB: Did you always want to be a writer?

SC: It's something I've always enjoyed doing. I seem to express myself better in writing than any other medium. I like the fact that I can sit and think of exactly the right word rather than blurting out the first thing that comes into my head...

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