Is my book idea a good one or is it to much?
Hi again, Rojack.
I've already given my thoughts on your story ideas. And I'll say it again: If you have the skill to put these ideas to paper, I say go for it. But remember that writing fiction is difficult. It takes years of practice and studying to write decent fiction.
You have the ideas. You have the desire to write them out. Go ahead, and I'll take a look at the manuscripts you post here. Us here at Book Country wish to see you succeed. I'm supporting you
Oh, forgot to say this: Only YOU can decide whether an idea is too much. If you feel you're not ready to write it, then set the idea back and try something less stressful. Maybe write some short fiction pieces.
Have courage. Writing a first draft is the first step. Posting it here will help you improve, as people give you feedback and advice on how to better yourself.
Written well any idea can be made to work. So if you're up to speed on things like how a scene on the page differs from one on the screen, and why a scene usually ends in disaster, write a chapter and post it. Then you'll find out if you're making the reader turn the pages. That matters, because readers are volunteers, not conscripts. If we don't give reason, on page one, to turn to page two they won't, and all the time it took to write the rest was wasted.
I have a fantastic idea for a painting. But I have no training as an artist. Does it matter how good my idea is if I don't learn how to paint professionally?
Okay Sci-Fi is Sci-Fi and we who read it love it. What I'm wondering is if you character has no memory of the past how does he know he's in the future? If this is an adventure story with the protagonist blundering through a post world aftermath trying to find out who he is, then all the things you wish throw in his path are plausible. That is because everything is plausible in Sci-Fi.
Good writing, Rob Emery