30th Century: Escape, an Interview with the Author Mark Kingston Levin


In 1989, Dr. Levin invented the biomimetic CO sensor. His company, developed, manufactured and sold over 31 million CO sensors in the USA before he retired in 2014 to write science fiction his true calling.


Tell us something unexpected about yourself!


I am a scientist first fiction next


How did you get into writing?


My mother was a poet and my grandmother a journalist and editor of Vermont Life Magazine


What are your top 3 books of all time?


The Prince of Nantucket, The Martian, 20 thousand Leagues Under the Sea


How long did it take you to write this book?


2 years


Have you got any writing rituals?




How important is marketing and social media for you?


Top priority for most writers including me


Do you read your book reviews?


After breakfast


What advice would you have for other writers?


Follow you heart


What are you reading now?


The Prince of Nantucket by Jan Goldstein


What’s your next step?


Find a publicist


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