Meet the Author
Bernard Wozny is a new addition to the literary world. He brings fresh ideas to challenge the mind while portraying the story in a clean, stimulating manner.
I am primarily writing Science Fiction and am actively promoting my Girl Electric series of novels. The first instalment is available on Amazon, the second book is in progress (I’m cooking with electric).
Note that my genre of SciFi is loosely defined. Girl Electric, can also be Speculative Fiction, or as I like to say A Science Thriller! This is because it is set in the modern day (no spaceships or aliens) it is a parable on what is possible to happen with the progress of human technology.
Feel free to comment on this, I would love to hear your opinions.
New frontiers and adventure is what I live for. I hope you will be intrigued by the open horizons I endeavor to reveal to you. Let me know if they are entertaining. Please send me comments and subscribe to my Newsletter.
Pidgeon holes were never my thing. So guess what? I’m also writing in other genres. “Sacrilege!” I hear you say, “Isn’t SciFi everything? Why are you writing in other genres?”
In answer to your question, I have another novel which is now published. This is a story about a World War 2 Polish Submarine. You will have to check out my Book page to read a summary of the ORP Orzel.
Oh, and before I forget, I’m planning a love story. After all, isn’t love why we exist? ‘To go where no man has gone before.’ However, my novel will explore heartfelt returns, rather than virgin exploration. Oh, dear, did I really write that?
At this time, my books are becoming available for sale. Sample chapters are available to read. Feel free to check these out and let me know what you think.
Who am I? Isn’t this a question we constantly ask ourselves?
The short answer for me is;
Misspent youth, degree in electronics, highflying career in digital TV technology, and now a budding author.
Living with my family near Sacramento, in northern California, I am trying to live the quiet life. I like to hang out in libraries, bookstores, and pubs (if I can get the chance).
Having worked as a software engineer, documentation was always a large part of my career. Since contributing so many technical documents, and because my head was always full of stories, I thought writing books would be easy. Anyone who has tried to write fiction will understand that this is not so. My advice to fellow budding authors is don’t do it for money – this is not a get rich quick pyramid scheme. Do it for LOVE and you will be rewarded (eventually).
Nowadays, in between writing, I work very odd jobs. You are as likely to see me packing your groceries or stacking the shelves at the local supermarket, or gardening. If you see me in the library and ask nicely, I will even sign a copy of my book for you.
In my life I always broke the mould, I don’t see any reason to change.