I have grown up exploring strange new worlds. The thrill of discovery never grows old and I think that is one of the main reasons why I continue to enjoy writing fiction.While at Farpoint last week, I posted a series of questions to Mike Friedman, getting him to elaborate on the thinking behind life on Pangea. After all, if I intend on writing a story on this alternate Earth, I want to understand the ins and outs as best as possible. Mike clearly has been thinking about this a long time and his fluid, eloquent answers helped the audience better understand what we have in mind and how I can work with this in my story.Since we’re all going to exploring this world together, my story will be a fish out of water event, as a young man follows a girl well beyond the familiar, far beyond his comfort zone. It’s one that has been rattling in the back of my mind since Mike first suggested we do this project.As I write this, the Kickstarter campaign sits near the halfway mark but we’d love to blow right past that. If you have contributed, thank you. If you have yet to pull the trigger, please think about it. We’d love to make this a successful reality and take you on a tour of a fascinating, familiar yet alien world called Earth.