Monthly Archives: September 2014
Kairos-Chronos An experiment to get time travelers to appear in various parks around the world on June 21st, 2025, at 0235 GMT. It takes into consideration shifts in culture, language, and technology.
Alderaan had the misfortune of being closer than the decoy planet Princess Leia came up with when Tarkin needed a planet to blow up. This day of planetary destruction brought to you in honor of Mark Hamill’s birthday. 🙂 … Continue reading
MIT, May 2005 On May 7th, 2005, MIT held a convention for time travelers. No confirmed time travelers were there, but would they actually admit it? This jump-started my brain, of course. So… Yes. Time travelers were there. Granted, it … Continue reading
The problems of being an indecisive King… let this be a lesson. King Revata took his daughter to visit Lord Brahma. He needed advice as to which suitor to choose for his daughter’s hand. When a moment finally came for … Continue reading
Sometimes, all the googling and wikipedia-ing in the world will not get you the information you need. Two of my characters are in the process of creating the Time Agency in book two. One of them was told that it … Continue reading
I found a great word count tracker on Story Toolz. I actually like all of the tools on the site – The half title generator gave me great inspiration for trying to do a few flash fiction series using the … Continue reading
Most exciting line in the article: “If you can clone quantum states,” he says, “you can violate the Heisenberg uncertainty principle” Although this part is pretty interesting to me, since Brandy deals with the past and future in both “same” … Continue reading
Word count update! My word count for September so far is 7,999. That is just one word shy of a thousand words a day so far. Can I count the words in this post? If so, I am over a … Continue reading
Plagued by visions after her nanny dies, Next-Generation goddess Brandy Grey is convinced that the Fates rule all. It will take one choice, and the destruction of the Earth, to convince her that free will exists.