Writing a story for the public to read is enormously risky. You are either (a) going to put a lot of time and effort into something that’s a total bust, (b) write something admirable but not especially memorable (c) write something so fantastic that your readers are going wonder when it’s going to get made into a film.
I am finding the more talented writers are actually indies who self-publish. See my blog “Transitory:The Best Book You’ve Never Read”). Bryce Allen’s The Spartak Trigger is one of those books that under category C. Allen is such an amazingly talented writer that I can’t believe he isn’t more widely known (or that he hasn’t been contacted by Hollywood producers.).
The Spartak Trigger is told in first person, but there is an invisible “narrator” who cracks jokes and makes fun of the protagonist, Shane Bishop, the whole time. The tone is very tongue-in-cheek and sardonic…
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