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C Gockel

Thank you so much for doing your interview with NPR. I'm an aspiring author, and my husband just got me "Game of Thrones" for my birthday (Yes, I share the same birthday/death-day as the Bard, that's gotta mean something, right?)

Just looking at it, I get depressed, because I can never write like that! But that's not the point. I'm going to read it, and learn what I can about character development, pacing, etc, but I think I have a very philosophical outlook on the world (a much happier one too!) and that's okay. And my style is probably more punchy, and that's okay too (life is both SWEET & sour.)

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Some of My Books

  • : The Fall of the Republic

    The Fall of the Republic
    In a parallel timeline, 1990s America discovers the chronoplanes: parallel worlds at different points in history.

  • : Rogue Emperor

    Rogue Emperor
    The hijacking of the Roman Empire, 100 AD, by 21st-century Christian fundamentalists, in the second of the Chronoplane Wars novels.

  • : The Empire of Time

    The Empire of Time
    My first novel, published in 1978, but the last in the Chronoplane Wars trilogy.

  • : Gryphon

    Gryphon
    "Write a space opera," my editor said. So I did, with some nanotech thrown in.

  • : Tsunami

    Tsunami
    A companion novel to Icequake, set mostly in California.

  • : Icequake

    Icequake
    A disaster thriller (Antarctic ice sheet surges into ocean), dated but still fun.

  • : Eyas

    Eyas
    Originally published in 1982, and still the novel I'm most proud of.

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