Author has written 4 stories for Ratchet and Clank.
Name: Petrov Neutrino
Occupation: Systems engineer / geek. (No, I cannot fix your -insert-product-name-here-.)
Age: Old enough to have been alive before the moon landing, but young enough not to remember it. Getting a touch of white fur myself.
Education: Master of Science in Computer Science, Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering.
Hobbies: Reading, writing, cooking, computers, music, audio engineering, computer animation, fontography and publishing.
Music: Almost anything, but I am not as familiar with the recent groups. Progressive Rock, Rock, Folk/Rock, World/Celtic, Spoken Word, Comedy, you name it, I probably have some example of it. I tend to be lyrics driven, but still have quite a few instrumental and classical works.
Books: Most recently a bunch of books from M.C.A. Hogarth and Ursula Vernon / T. Kingfisher. I like to delude myself into thinking that my writing style is influenced by J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Jack London, Edgar A. Poe but mostly Jerome K. Jerome.
Games: I am, at most, an amateur gamer. I own an original (hardware emulation) PS3, but the only games I own are the entire R&C series. Beyond that, I am more into retrogaming (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator and text adventure / Infocom). "You are in a maze of twisty little passages, all alike." Typically I game in very short bursts when I have both the time and the desire to, and my PS3 has a thick layer of dust on it. I also occasionally play Lombax Scrabble.
General Description: I am a geek. I am happy to be a geek. I am also an extremely anti-social hermit.
Stories Written: Ratchet & Clank Future: The Leonid Stories. These include Homecoming, Relativity (with microstories Instincts, Registration, Bait, and Mortality), Override (with microstories Friends and Terms) and Diplomacy. My writing eventually improves, but looking back at the older stories is still somewhat painful to me. Since all of my stories build on each other sequentially, you should still read Homecoming first!
Recent Activity: I do not have any writing pending at this time, and this account is dormant. All of my stories are complete though, so there are no lingering cliffhangers left to worry about.
Microstory: I define a microstory as a single chapter short story that is an expansion of an existing work. It might be able to stand alone, but the background history of the main story is required to really know what is happening. It typically spans less than 24 hours in duration for the characters and has one primary theme. It can still be somewhat lengthy, though. A microstory could also be considered a 'oneshot' or 'longshot', based on the Wikipedia definition.
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