Not sci-fi anymore/Photos, finally!

First of all, an interesting content issue. When I started writing Falling in 1990, the idea that the technology would one day exist to reconnect the brain and the spine was complete science fiction. Now, medical science has already rendered my clunky abdominal brace redundant, not only are scientists able to get the nerves between the spine and the disconnected lower half of the body in disabled people talking again, they can do it with a small implant.

In other news, I've finally had the photography of the bridge and city done. Next step is to select an artist to draw in the new bridge, and I've narrowed it down to one of two, I'm just waiting for a price from the slightly less-interested sounding one.

I'm excited for how it'll turn out, I think I'm going to go with one of these;