Filmmaker And Author Wayne Gerard Trotman Writes Sci-Fi Novel Inspired By Suggested Alien Heritage.
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“The inspiration for this book came from a conversation I had with my mother when I was quite young,” said Trotman, “I was nine or ten years old when I complained that I felt that I didn’t belong. I said, ‘I think I’m an alien.’ My mother replied, ‘Yes, you’re an alien.’ We both laughed and the conversation moved to other things, but I always thought about what she said. I didn’t actually believe I was alien, at least I would never admit to that publicly; but I started thinking: what if a young man grew up believing he was a normal human being, only to find out one day that he was actually an alien from another galaxy? Wouldn’t that explain his feelings of alienation? Wouldn’t that make an interesting story?”
About Wayne Gerard Trotman:
Wayne Gerard Trotman is a British writer, filmmaker, artist, photographer, composer and producer of electronic music. Born in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Trotman immigrated to England in 1984, where he lives with his wife and two young sons. A martial arts enthusiast, he wrote and directed ‘Ashes to Ashes’, Britain’s first martial arts feature-film. He has a cosmopolitan and multi-cultural approach to all his artistic work, which has received recognition internationally.
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