“Time’s Abyss” Comes Out Next Month!

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Promotional image for “Time’s Abyss.”

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Last April, I announced that my novella Time’s Abyss was available for pre-order at Amazon for delivery to your Kindle device on October 15, 2021. That’s just a hair under six weeks now as I write this, and I’m really excited (you can find more links at books2read).

With a word count of over 29,000, this will be my longest published piece. Believe it or not, it can be difficult to sustain a set of characters and a common storyline past “short story” limits, at least for me, so this is a real accomplishment. Sadly, a long-time (in real life) friend of mine who was one of my biggest fans won’t be able to read it. He succumbed to ALS after many years of struggle.

But he loved a good science fiction adventure, so I believe he would have liked this one.

The blurb on Amazon says:

Maverick industrialist, Theodore Falkon, commissioned famed physicist, Carson Everett, to build a revolutionary device—a projector that can open up a doorway to anywhere, the crossroads to infinity. But once activated, Falkon’s hubris results in the Ka’ala effect, causing a global disaster.

Time and space run rampant, distorting different parts of the Earth, causing past, present, and unknown realities to collide. Dr. Everett, the only person who understands the tremendous dangers involved, commissions a group of six specialists to invade Falkon’s island stronghold in the South Pacific and attempt to shut down the experiment.

However, everyone on the strike team has a hidden relationship with Falkon and his project, and one of them holds the key to success or destruction.

Burrowing deep below the chaotic temporal field, they must risk losing their way within the vast caverns and the abyss of time, taking a one in a billion chance of repairing both a broken Earth and their own shattered lives.

Click the link and pre-order. The price is pretty reasonable and certainly well worth your time. Don’t forget to write a review after you read it.

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