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Null Paradox: G2 Book Writing

Technology is a wonderful thing.  Between Email, texting, the Null Paradox Community, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram, authors T. Libertiny and R. Koontz have been writing our next book:  G2.  But sometimes, there’s nothing like sitting down, face-to-face and talking about the multiple stories that are being told in G2 as well as the details.

What has happened to Gertrude & Grace?  Who is Victoria and how is she related to Seth?  What is happening with the Charm Ministry’s civil war?  These are a few questions that we delved into during our writer’s retreat in Park City, Utah.  We made a lot of progress answering those questions and many others.

There were many groups of people and places that helped to inspire us.  Here are four of our favorites:

Laurie at Snow Country in Park City.  Great hospitality and she recommended the Brass Tag Restaurant.  It turns out that she’s a writer too!

Josh Hockman and Stephen Gallup at the Brass Tag Restaurant in Deer Valley.  In addition to their great dinners, both Josh and Stephen had a real sense of the history of Park City as it evolved from an 1800’s silver mining town to one of the great American ski meccas and the home of the Sundance Film Festival.

The fine people at Atticus Coffee in Park City.  They serve a delicious breakfast along with an eclectic selection of books.

Java Cow Café in Park City.  There’s artwork from Banksy on the outside wall of their building.

Here’s our retreat in video and photos.  For even more photos, check out our Instagram page.  And for even more details, you’re invited to join us in our Null Paradox Community.

 

G2 book inspiration  "Surrender" by R. Koontz

G2 book inspiration “Surrender” by R. Koontz

Banksy in Park City, Utah

Banksy in Park City, Utah

Null Paradox G2 writer's retreat, Park City, Utah

Null Paradox G2 writer’s retreat, Park City, Utah

Null Paradox G2 writer's retreat, Park City, Utah

Null Paradox G2 writer’s retreat, Park City, Utah

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