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About Paul B Kohler
Paul B Kohler is the International Bestselling author of the highly acclaimed novel Linear Shift. His recent work includes Turn, Detour, and Reversion, from The Humanity's Edge Trilogy, along with several short stories. His short story, Rememorations, was included in The Immortality Chronicles - The Best Anthology Of The Year as voted in the 2016 Preditors and Editors Readers Poll. Rememorations was also nominated for Best American Science Fiction.
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Linear Shift, Part 1 - No one said time travel would be easy.
Peter Cooper, a widowed father of two whose life is crumbling around him—until a bizarre encounter with a desperate Army general launches him on a risky mission: to go back to 1942 and change a moment in time. The repercussions will almost certainly alter the conclusion of World War II. But will the ripple effects stop there? And what kind of life will Peter return to?
Legal Disclaimer: Stephen Hawking was not harmed in the writing of this short story.
OK, the disclaimer isn't really necessary, but after you read My Sister's Keeper, you'll understand. Besides, it's all just made up worlds inside my strange mind. My Sister's Keeper is my first foray into the world of twins, and it's a good one. Not sure if there's more to come for these characters, but there are certainly more ideas in my mind for other works. So much more.
He should have swerved.
A road trip to visit Sheri's son turns deadly when Owen hits something in the road. What they hit, neither could be sure.
As they look for help, their fear climbs when they discover the nearby town empty, deserted . . . but only of humans.
There are others watching.
You’ll love this terrifying yet unforgettable future classic of the horror genre, because everyone loves being scared out of their wits. Almost everyone ...
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Climb an ancient pyramid, they said ...
It'll be fun ... they said.
Newlyweds Alison and James take a trip of a lifetime to visit an ancient ruins site. Their trek leads them deep into a primeval forest where the only clear direction they can see is up. They hear about several interesting structures that are off limits but are close enough to tempt their fate. With the typical tourist excursion only whetting their appetite, the thrill of archaeology becomes too great and they quickly wander off on a self-guided tour ... only to discover that they’re not alone. Deep in the jungle, they soon realize that the ancient past has a dangerous habit of bounding back to life!
Losing your memories ...
... or having lost your mind entirely?
Robert Paulson and Paul Robertson have a similar fate ... neither of them knows anything about who they are, or were for that matter.
Just as one believes he's figured out his alien surroundings, the other cries foul.
When desperate attempts are made to reveal their true identities, reality plays havoc.
As more of their past and present lives are revealed, it becomes alarmingly clear that they each think they're in the wrong persons body ... and quite possibly, on the wrong planet entirely.
In the end, can they both be right or can only one exist?
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In this volume of the acclaimed ‘Future Chronicles’ anthology series, twelve authors imagine that uninterrupted journey, confronting not just how, but what it means when human life can continue indefinitely, invulnerable, immortal.
“The Immortality Chronicles” features stories by award-winning scientist and author E.E. Giorgi (Chimeras), Amazon bestselling author Will Swardstrom (Contact Window) and ten more of today's most visionary authors in science and speculative fiction.
Linear Shift, Part One is the opening part in a serialized novel. I offer this book for free with the intent of convincing you, the reader, to take a chance on a relatively unknown author. If you like what you've read, there are three more "episodes" to this story. Each part is priced from two to four bucks. At any point, you can grab the completed project, simply titled: Linear Shift, for around five dollars.
... I just sat in the silence, wondering why this day was destined to be so disastrous. There was nothing left for fate to deface.
A distraught widower on his last leg. An unexpected mission back in time.
When Peter Cooper has a bizarre encounter with a desperate Army general, he’s suddenly catapulted to the year 1942—World War II is in full swing. Peter is charged with altering a single moment in time. If he fails, his personal history could be jeopardized. If he succeeds, he may very well alter the outcome of the war. But, unbeknownst to him, a secret society looms, threatening to destroy everything, and ruin any chance of him returning to the life he once knew.
With his personal fate—and the fate of the entire world—in his hands, Peter must be willing to stop at nothing to succeed. Is the once broken man up to the task?
In a silo where cleanings are a cause for celebration and are handled by a crew of teenage boys, a hazing initiation goes horribly wrong. The silo leadership hunts for the boys to clean – this time without the safety of the silo waiting for them when they finish.
The story is told through the eyes of two teenage girls: Petra and Tavi. Enamored with the cleaning crew, they find themselves on the wrong side of an extravagant manhunt. Unfortunately, they don’t find out what’s really happening in the silo until the final, deadly confrontation.
She was his fiancé …
… before he faked his own death.
Would she be shocked or just angry to find him alive?
Martin has made bad decisions. None worse than taking the job of assassin for the company. But, a close second would be how he left that job. The unimagined consequences were never part of his plan.
Eight years he remained hidden.
How'd they find him? How did they know he was alive?
Suddenly, with a bounty on his head, he had no choice; he'd have to run. Life off Earth was never easy, but heading into the Outer Ring was nearly unimaginable. Martin would need help, but who could he count on?
It had to be someone he could trust.
It had to be Camille.
You’ll love this high-octane science fiction adventure, because rooting for Martin to ‘right the wrongs’ in his life, makes you keep turning the pages.
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Murder and monsters...
Demons and forces of evil...
Ghosts and urban legends...
Dive into the darkness with twenty tales of terror that will keep you awake long after the lights go out.
A horror anthology featuring several best-selling and award-winning authors from around the globe, "Descent into Darkness" contains a variety of terrifying short stories and novellas.
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Simon Says by Rachel McClellan
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