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  • Time Station

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    Mark Bishop is a forensic technologist whose job is to track down evidence left behind after hackers attack a company’s computer systems. Outside of work, though, he is a compulsive tinkerer. When one of his inventions begins to exhibit strange and ...


  • No Regrets

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    ASK YOURSELVES, have you lived the life you thought you would, with NO REGRETS. What if you could see your FUTURE, would it have changed your past? In the future where time travel exists, the government has little idea what to do with it. BUT ...


  • The Turnstile

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    The ticket was washed out, as if it had been left out in the sun for months. Below the $12.50 admission price were the words in bold capitals over a faded red, white, and blue design: WORLD SERIES 1975, GAME 6, FENWAY PARK, BOSTON. With my ticket ...


  • Rebirth

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    Can rebirth come from intentional destruction? And when is it better to abandon a damaged world – or time – than to try to fix it? These are the questions that need to be answered for the future people of Earth, whose home world has been devastated ...


  • Rebirth

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    Can rebirth come from intentional destruction? And when is it better to abandon a damaged world – or time – than to try to fix it? These are the questions that need to be answered for the future people of Earth, whose home world has been devastated ...


  • Time Shot

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    What if time was no longer safe? What if one shot could wipe out “today” as we know it or alter a future yet to come? This threat becomes a reality with the creation of a new weapon in a secret military research base known as Ghost Mountain. There, ...


  • Ticking

    A Tale of Two Time Travellers by

    Skypilot Sewell loves the past. It’s no surprise then, that when his brilliant inventress aunt Beatrice provides him with the opportunity to time travel, Sky is immediately on board. His best friend Zac will take a little more convincing… So begins ...


  • The Door Between the Trees

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    Charles H. Sinclair, plagued by the death of his fiancée, tries to find meaning by burying himself in his career. One foggy morning he hits a deer on the turnpike and wakes to find himself in a Lenape village. The son of a Presbyterian minister, ...


  • Retrogress

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    Two thousand years in the future, Earth is dying. The atmosphere has been depleted and the oceans carried away by solar winds. The planet’s magnetic field has all but disappeared and humanity has moved to underground cities made from the remains of ...