Misterguy struggles to cope with the loss of his beloved wife by trying many new hobbies, one of which is to build a spaceship, though he isn’t sure until later on where *specifically* he wants to take it. He must FIRST survive a home invasion by a tardy, knife-wielding maniac, who actually informs him the planet is being taken over by ROBOTS, and that all organic beings are being replaced by them.
Before Misterguy has time to search for answers as to the demise of his planet, this concern takes back-burner, believe it or not, when Misterguy wakes up one day and finds that everything has suddenly turned COLOR...it is NOW that he gets to field test his spaceship, during a trip to the SUN, to investigate the change. There lives, within the sun, a little man, who comedically explains what the world should’ve been in color all along, but due to the man’s own incompetence, the setup was not properly completed until this time. He then winds up befriending and commissioning Misterguy to travel to different planets and make sure each one is getting enough sunlight, now that there’s a full spectrum of color and light to contend with; he also encourages Misterguy to enjoy his time in each world as long as he likes in whichever way he sees fit, provided that the requested data is relayed back in a timely manner. Misterguy will use the free time to shoot photo documentaries of the life he encounters.
Until he meets ME, the author.
This changes everything.
(c) Stef L Schultz
LOGLINE: In a strange little world, where anything can happen at any time, including spontaneously turn from black-and-white to COLOR, a widower lives a simple day to day life until he eventually finds that there's a much larger world beyond his own----one that he can only control eventually through direct communication with his own creator.