47 billion km at age fifty? I’ve come a long way!
My two short stories, “Kept in the Dark” and “Mark of Achievement” can be read for free on Pen48. Hope you enjoy them!
It seems fitting that reading Jennifer Macaire’s “A Crown in Time” was hampered by the Corona virus! A great novel, but the study guide on the final pages brought back unwelcome memories…
How difficult is it to take a shot of a girl wearing a backpack with text suggesting a muddled reading time line?
It’s breakfast time and my daughter is educating me on the difference between yesterday and today.
A virus, a maths test, cutlery, a clock with a flat battery. And of course, golden syrup! Just a normal morning in the time2timel travel house!
It’s probably one of the most commonly asked questions in time travel – to what time and place would you like to travel?
We’re deeply entangled in space and time – but if people can’t deal with different cultures or with people who change location how can we expect to deal with time travelers?
You’ve probably noticed that things have been quiet on the time2timetravel front recently. This hiatus will soon be over!
The start of the new year is traditionally the moment when we make resolutions and take on new projects, and it’s looking like I’m going to be involved in a grand one with timetravelnexus!
When people are late it’s a sign that they disregard your own time. Sometimes though, lateness can’t be helped. Indeed, other people may cause it, or even make alleviating the problems being late causes, worse.
A non existent high school alumni group points to whether I have a past school life and asks whether my memory of it is simply a figment of my imagination.
After over a year of ignoring each other, contact has been made with my doppelganger! A public acknowledgement of each other’s existence, but I’m worried…
Syncing Forward is a powerful novel and it’s really touching me. I’m fearful of medical things and biology and as a protective husband and father of two young daughters all of my sensitivities are getting mashed through the grinder. Time travel? Make it horror…
Whatever I do, I always seem to have too little time to do it in. Even if it’s simply getting out of the house in the morning. I think I have an excuse, but this guy…?
My work group produced this mug with a tagline which is rather fitting for a time travel fan. It even has a time travel accelerator stick in the form of chalk to allow me to go back in time! Shame I’m not so keen on coffee!
I’ve had a double helping of mental time travel recently – I found a school exercise book from when I was about 10 years old, and I’d written a couple of short stories about clocks. Young children often have wild imagination, and I think that this should be nurtured – after all, the world is built on the backbone of imagination!
I must admit I’ve never even held an e-reader, but I guess at heart I’m just an old fashioned tree chopping dinosaur who prefers paperbacks over ebooks! I tried reading An0ma1y by C. J. Moseley in ebook format. It has a fantastic first chapter with an incredible amount of thought behind it, but I’m having troubles reading in electronic format.
So what do I read first? Somewhere in Time: a rehashed novel, poorly written but with a good plot and a lively Goodreads discussion, or An0ma1y: a cracker of a novel with promises of well researched time travel intricacies but on a medium which will drive me nuts?
I have a doppelganger. He looks a bit like me and he behaves a bit like me. But he’s not … More