I apologize if I am posting out of subject... I just need this subject to be more defined, and could there be ramifications if I followed advisement of choosing Doc/Myst over Science fiction or vice/versa?
I was told by a critic that this book story should be mystery/documentary instead of science fiction. I researched and worked on it a long time. However, I was afraid of the leagality of using, as I did, the real people, their real names, their real work and places of living and being challenged... Most all are passed now. I felt I had to because the photographs, paper trails of real letters and some of the art graphics make them obvious anyway. I know, no one will ever be able to challenge, or even want to, the obvious history. I just classified it as Sci-Fi because I thought I could avoid any potential petty arguements. I could not, or would not state for fact that all of the content was factual in the end because I had to project what some of the contributing experiences outcomes may have been.
The story is in two places of my "Spotlight" In the book, The "O" DOME, The WILSON BROTHERS & the "O" DOME and buried in my latest book, TRILOGY: One American's Observations, Discovery, Evolution & Secrets. heron9