Book: It Wasn't a Dark and Stormy Night - Titanic Time by John Chapmancategories: Book, Science Fiction, Short Story, Alternate Universes, Paradoxes, The Titanic Disaster, Time Travel
John Chapmanabout this book: "When Alex asked me to time travel with him to make sure the Titanic sank I was appalled. He was asking me to be complicit in the deaths of 1,500 people. It to him quite a while to persuade me that far more people would die if the Titanic didn't sink. That's the problem with time travel, a small change can have far reaching effects. There's also the problem with paradoxes. If I went on the Titanic, I would die, but if I didn't go on the Titanic I would never be born. It turned out I had to go and I'm still here, or dead, or never alive. Paradoxical!"
'It Wasn't A Dark And Stormy Night - Titanic Time' is the third of a series of short time travel stories written in first person. Read it to get a better understanding of alternate universes and paradoxes.
It's only available on Kindle Select and always free on Kindle Unlimited. It's a 20 minute read and written in a 'tongue in cheek' style. Everyone will find it free on the third Sunday of each month too!
"You're not going to believe these stories, but somewhere out there, someone will start thinking about timebots and that will lead to time travel and that will lead to the Time Agency Chronoclasm Organisation."
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