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  •   Michael C. Sahd reacted to this post about 3 months ago
    Kenneth Joel Teicher added new listing Kenneth Joel Teicher in Authors Directory
    The author and his wife have been traveling the world for more than forty-five years. Trips to historic geological sites have always fascinated him; from the Roman Forum in Italy,...
    The author and his wife have been traveling the world for more than forty-five years. Trips to historic geological sites have always fascinated him; from the Roman Forum in Italy, the Acropolis in...
    The author and his wife have been traveling the world for more than forty-five years. Trips to historic geological sites have always fascinated him; from the Roman Forum in Italy, the Acropolis in Greece, the fantastic ancient city of Ephesus in Turkey, the ruins in Carthage Tunisia, the fabulous Egyptian pyramids, the fabled city Machu Picchu in Peru, the Mayan ruins in Chichén Itzä Mexico and countless other locations. These adventures have spurned his captivation with the wonders of ancient civilizations and his amateur interest in the study of archeology. They have also led to his desire to create a series of stories that have developed into the Erin and Craig action/adventure series. The forth book in the series has recently been published. The authors other passion is the wonderful world of science fiction. Having grown up in a home where reading was treated as not just a pastime but a true pursuit, the author has sought to add his own work to the field. He is currently editing the fifth addition to this part of his collection.
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  •   Michael C. Sahd reacted to this post about 3 months ago
    Kenneth Joel Teicher added new listing A Matter of Time in Science Fiction
    The Coalition of Planets, a loose confederation of twenty-eight star systems, containing fifty-nine planets, exists just below the North Equatorial pole, in the outer arm of the...
    The Coalition of Planets, a loose confederation of twenty-eight star systems, containing fifty-nine planets, exists just below the North Equatorial pole, in the outer arm of the galaxy commonly...
    The Coalition of Planets, a loose confederation of twenty-eight star systems, containing fifty-nine planets, exists just below the North Equatorial pole, in the outer arm of the galaxy commonly called the Milky Way. The history of the Coalition had been so deeply rooted in conflict that the calm of the last seven years resembled a unique anomaly more than just a lull in hostilities. There were times, not so long ago, that the different species that lived in this small sector of the galaxy appeared to search for excuses to attack one another. The year 2721 was looked forward to as the year peace would finally flourish. A mining accident, on a minor planet, led to the discovery of a mysterious race from the center of the galaxy, the Shaula. This ancient race left behind a fantastic device, the Gateway. Years of examination led to the discovery that this machine could transport people across the galaxy almost instantaneously. The technology spread quickly throughout the Coalition. At the same time, scientists continued to examine the device. Years of study led to another function of the machine. It functioned as a time machine, able to transport people through both time and space. After an initial successful experiment, the Shaula appeared at the Coalition research station. Claiming the use of the Gateway for time travel could lead to the disruption of what they termed the ‘Great Cycle of Time’, the Shaula destroyed that part of the machine capable of temporal transport. A Matter of Time is the story of scientific exploration as well as criminal involvement with the goal of stealing the technology.
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  •   Michael C. Sahd reacted to this post about 3 months ago
    Kenneth Joel Teicher added new listing The Mission in Science Fiction
    The twenty-sixth century finds a large settled part of the galaxy in a state of near chaos. A weak central government, diverse alien societies, rampant crime and a general feeling...
    The twenty-sixth century finds a large settled part of the galaxy in a state of near chaos. A weak central government, diverse alien societies, rampant crime and a general feeling of...
    The twenty-sixth century finds a large settled part of the galaxy in a state of near chaos. A weak central government, diverse alien societies, rampant crime and a general feeling of disillusionment become the backdrop of a convoluted series of events involving a diverse group of beings, each with their own agenda. Each individual brings their own struggle for a better life and are knit together like a giant spider web, each tugging a strand, pulling the group from one place to another, within the backdrop of scientific discovery and widespread corruption. THE MISSION is a story of mixed loyalty, clandestine schemes and the hope of a better life. A single, powerful businessman knits the group together with a secret plan that will ultimately benefit all.
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    Kenneth Joel Teicher added new listing Temporal Consciousness Transposition in Science Fiction
    Imagine you are offered the opportunity to travel to any time in your past. You can either simply observe and remember or actually alter your life. Ben Tilifson has received this...
    Imagine you are offered the opportunity to travel to any time in your past. You can either simply observe and remember or actually alter your life. Ben Tilifson has received this precise...
    Imagine you are offered the opportunity to travel to any time in your past. You can either simply observe and remember or actually alter your life. Ben Tilifson has received this precise opportunity. Thinking it is a joke perpetrated by friends, he reluctantly decides to play along. Except it is not a joke. During Ben’s first trip, he coerces his fifty-five year younger self into speaking to a high school crush to whom he was originally too bashful to even say hello. The brief conversation changes his life forever. The girl introduces Ben to a friend that will become his wife. Realizing it’s not a joke or bad dream, Ben decides to continue his travels. Fearful of doing anything else that might alter his own life, he decides to devote his action to saving lives from terrible accidents. Upon returning from his most recent trip, Ben discovers his life has been dramatically transformed. A thorough review reveals that he must have traveled back in time simply to win a lottery. Memorizing the winning numbers, Ben travels twelve years into his past and purchases the winning ticket. He returns to a life even more altered than the one he just left. He is convinced he is somehow jumping between parallel yet different timelines. Recognizing the contradiction of time travel, Ben wonders what would happen if he reverses the action of his first trip. The surprise ending to the Temporal Consciousness Transposition presents a paradox that convinces Ben he has no free will.
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    Kenneth Joel Teicher added new listing Solitude in Science Fiction
    Early in the twenty-fifth century, agent Adrianne Atwood is on an assignment that is taking entirely too long. She’s been tasked with gaining evidence to put Landro Jackson, a rich...
    Early in the twenty-fifth century, agent Adrianne Atwood is on an assignment that is taking entirely too long. She’s been tasked with gaining evidence to put Landro Jackson, a rich industrialist,...
    Early in the twenty-fifth century, agent Adrianne Atwood is on an assignment that is taking entirely too long. She’s been tasked with gaining evidence to put Landro Jackson, a rich industrialist, behind bars. She knows where he is but figuring out what he’s doing has become a complex puzzle. Engineers have terraformed a planet, called Solitude, as the ultimate retirement local for the wealthy. Adrianne discovers that Jackson is conspiring to acquire the planet for himself. Taking advantage of his immense wealth, he enlists the aid of Solitude employees to accomplish his reprehensible goal. Adrianne’s cover, as the assistant to the planet’s project manager, has become second nature and she sees no end to her real job. Helping her boss save the planet and its residents from Jackson’s reckless plan begins overshadowing her mission. What appear to be natural disasters are revealed as the despicable results of Jackson’s strategy. Adrianne’s efforts at last generate the necessary evidence she needs. Jackson’s arrest is imminent until the industrialist’s mysterious death rips a successful mission from Adrianne’s grasp.
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  •   Michael C. Sahd reacted to this post about 3 months ago
    Kenneth Joel Teicher added new listing The Yesterday Tree in Science Fiction
    Do you believe time travel is possible? What about extraterrestrials? Or both? Computer specialist Joe Rebman joins a team to investigate what might be man’s first contact with...
    Do you believe time travel is possible? What about extraterrestrials? Or both? Computer specialist Joe Rebman joins a team to investigate what might be man’s first contact with extraterrestrials....
    Do you believe time travel is possible? What about extraterrestrials? Or both? Computer specialist Joe Rebman joins a team to investigate what might be man’s first contact with extraterrestrials. The alien nature of the craft, discovered at a remote location in the Arizona desert, raises concern for national security. This prompts the Pentagon to add Colonel Warren Anderson to the team. A group of college students on a field trip is discovered near the landing site. But they are not really students. They are time travelers from five-hundred years in the future with a mission to instigate the development of a worldwide genealogical database. 26th century doctors will use the data to track down and cure people with genetic mutations, saving millions from certain death. Is this an advance party of an alien invasion or time travelers on a lifesaving mission? Joe and the Colonel battle about which scenario is true. Joe believes he must help the 'students' save future humankind from genealogical doom. Colonel Anderson doesn't buy the story and wants to focus on the present. Who is right? THE YESTERDAY TREE asks fundamental questions about how we might respond to extra-terrestrial contact and confronts the possibility of time travel.
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  •   Michael C. Sahd reacted to this post about 3 months ago
    Kenneth Joel Teicher added new listing The Alkano Letters in Action & Adventure
    THE ALKANO LETTERS is the debut novel in the action/adventure Erin and Craig series. Archaeologist Erin Mathews and ex CIA Agent Craig Johnson team up for these exciting and...
    THE ALKANO LETTERS is the debut novel in the action/adventure Erin and Craig series. Archaeologist Erin Mathews and ex CIA Agent Craig Johnson team up for these exciting and intriguing tales. On...
    THE ALKANO LETTERS is the debut novel in the action/adventure Erin and Craig series. Archaeologist Erin Mathews and ex CIA Agent Craig Johnson team up for these exciting and intriguing tales. On the tiny Greek island of Alkano, they discover ancient letters whose content could undermine the very foundations of Christianity. An ancient religious sect knows the esoteric message hidden in the letters and is sworn to protect it at any cost. Trouble begins almost immediately with a series of mishaps followed by deadly threats. A desperate chase through the back streets of Jerusalem leads to Erin's abduction. What began as a straightforward dig has become a dangerous and complicated mission. They must solve the two-thousand year old mystery, before it's too late. But time is quickly running out...
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