Sandra Tyler is Editor of the Woven Tale Press
Sandra Tyler founded the Woven Tale Press as an online journal to help promote new and establish artists and writers - #woventalepress -
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I am proud to report that The Woven Tale Press - #woventalepress - a well known literary journal, published one of my stories.
My Book is about Everything. One chapter is devoted to politics and how we form our opinions. The whole book is devoted to showing how politics and everything else in our lives is connected.
I like philosophy and want to answer the big questions like what is reality and what is the secret of happiness - which may be "ignorance is bliss" - but I like to think - very deeply. I want to be noticed - in a good way. Writing is a way to be noticed.
My writing must be interesting and I think it is. I try to include deep analytical thinking about everything, using many analogies to come up with unique thoughts. A lot of this is based on my science background, but also business experience, and the challenges of being retired.
I am always looking for hidden assumptions that everybody believes are true and then asking what if they are not. Everyone says, for example, that you should write about what you know - but I have to appeal to those people who are not like me, so I have to imagine their challenges and emphasize what is important to them.
My book is not just about what I write, but why I write, and why I came to want to write. It is about how everything is connected from the neural networks in our brains to stars on the other side of the universe.My goals are to use deep thoughts to discover universal truths about reality, OBSERVE THE UNIVERSE TO VERIFY THESE TRUTHS (I know of no other writer who has done this while questioning the validity of current scientific dogma), and finally, perhaps selfishly, make sure I receive credit for these thoughts. Ironically, I have little respect for most experts, but need to find the proper experts to make practical use of my thoughts. Again, this is part of the design of this book.
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It is difficult to find the best title for a book like mine. Please send me a comment about which of the following you like, or, another title that you think would be better:
1. Everything and then Some
2. Rebuilding Reality
3. One Strange Book
4. Thinking Longer and Harder
5. Reality - A Foundation on Sand
6. Everything Rests on a Foundation of Sand
7. Writing about What I don't Know
8. Finding the Proper Expert
9. My life as a Human
10. Musings on Science, Reality and Solid Foundations built on Sand
Several people have offered me advice and I appreciate that they have reached out. Selena Silvestro has made a number of helpful comments and I would like to include one here:
Kudos on writing this!!! I'm going through some parts and scanning it. It's quite an undertaking for sure! I know you've poured hours into it, and it's a fascinating (and monumental!) effort! The trick is finding the right title, description (your post above helps boil it down!) You've tackled biology, physics, assumptions about mankind and so much more. I will only say that you are 100% correct in finding the right people who will be your target market. Appeal to those people. You are not trying to be all things to all people. Ever. You are unique, a deep thinker, someone who examines life, and welcomes discussion. This makes me think of the meeting houses of past eras where issues were discussed, debated and much examined. I just finished reading The Other Einstein about his first wife. It's an interesting historical fiction piece! The way Einstein, his colleagues and his wife discussed physics and came up with new theories ... this makes me think of YOU!