Christopher Sergi

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Having for some time written under his pseudonym of Orion Nebbs, Christopher Sergi has always had a fascination with stories of worlds beyond our own. Christopher is also a frequent blogger, discussing tips and tricks on writing, divulging in his hobbies as a writer and examining the wonderful things in life that motivate the ideas in his stories.

Christopher has lived in the UK his whole life, and even as a kid has basked in the possibilities of writing his own novel, taking inspiration from all creativity wherever he may find it.

For more information on Christopher and his work, visit: www.ChrisSergi.com
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Christopher Sergi Sometimes I open a blank word document on my computer, start with the small idea I had to begin with, then just churn out anything that happens to org…moreSometimes I open a blank word document on my computer, start with the small idea I had to begin with, then just churn out anything that happens to organically pop into my head. It's amazing what you can come up with when you give yourself a processable task.

Either that, or I'll simply put it all away and read a book or watch a movie. Again it's surprising what one can think of when they indulge in someone else's work.(less)
Christopher Sergi For me, being a writer is all about two things: entertaining both yourself and your readers, and also portraying an underlying passion within a theme.…moreFor me, being a writer is all about two things: entertaining both yourself and your readers, and also portraying an underlying passion within a theme.

I'll admit I'm not terribly extroverted and I am prone to bottling up my thoughts on people and things around me, and the best way I find to express my feelings (yes, guys have feelings too, ha!) is to write about them, as a musician would play an instrument or an artist would create a painting.

Not only that, but as a writer, (as most writers would agree) it's a great opportunity for creativity. It's fun to paint up worlds, characters and events, and best of all, they're all yours, they're something to be proud of and something to cherish.(less)
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How to Create a Fictional Planet Readers Will Believe

In my novel Everscape, I needed the planet of Embra to feel real, vibrant, and fresh enough that it could stand apart from Earth and still be a place you would want to escape to. Here are my top ten tips for creating a fictional planet that feels real for the reader.
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J.K. Rowling
“Words are, in my not-so-humble opinion, our most inexhaustible source of magic. Capable of both inflicting injury, and remedying it.”
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

David Mitchell
“I understand now that boundaries between noise and sound are conventions. All boundaries are conventions, waiting to be transcended. One may transcend any convention if only one can first conceive of doing so.”
David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas

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