I'm currently working on a fantasy/horror novel and hopefully some short stories set in the same shared universe, and I've joined Worldbuilding and other StackExchange sites to be able to find the answers to science-y questions and hopefully be able to add increased realism and sci-fi elements to my stories. To give the characters challenges thrown up by the way the real world works, even if they can often address these problems through magical means, and to make my universe more thoroughly grounded in this one.
I've also recently set up a Wikipedia account and started editing. You can find me there at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:AstridRedfern
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