Every time I start a new book,  it means a new world. A place to play,  a backyard for my characters to flex their muscles on new situations.

It’s 2056 in the world of Wolf. Nano-tech, newly acquired by the world through the efforts of the main characters father is just getting out. Software is becoming adaptive. Medical knowledge and warfare is advancing into gene therapy techniques.

The U.N. has power and flexes it to keep the world running on oil while it slowly turns over to alternate power supplies. 3D solar cubes that use any ambient light. In our world, this tech was invented by a twelve year old boy.

Organic L.E.D. lights, cheap and cost effective.

Houses that are grown through genetics. Not a new concept but one that has promise in our world, and sooner than you might think.

Power that uses with hotspots in a home so plugs and wires become obsolete. Charge a battery off a magnetic plate. Got an Ipad, Iphone, Ipod, anyone. Rechargeable batteries are done the same way.

Sodium batteries, not that I mentioned it in Wolf, but there’s always room for a world to change and grow. Like our world.

The tech I use in my worlds comes from ideas in this world. Real life extrapolated into something new and wonderful.

Hug your family, dog, lover, or any of the in between that makes your world rock.

And have a good day.