Bernard Wozny describes himself thus: Je Suis un Ingénieur gives away my engineering slant. In the English language, the word engineer, has its root in the word engine. This stems from the industrial revolution. In the French language, the word Ingénieur has its root in the word ingenuity. I suppose because the engines of industry were already there, the French had to figure ingenious ways to use them.
I am an engineer, but I do not invent engines. I am the ingenious one, who works with engines in new and novel ways. I have proved myself to be a ‘cunning artificer’, or person of unique ‘ingenuity’ in the world of software development. Therefore, I like to identify myself with the French root phrase of ingenuity.
I have left my lucrative career of engineering behind me to explore the creation of stories. Being a new addition to the literary world, I bring fresh ideas to challenge the mind while portraying the story in a clean, stimulating manner. I am primarily writing Science Fiction, or dare I say Science Thrillers. Pidgeon holes were never my thing. I am also working on other novels – historical novel and dare I say a love story.