The Wrong Time: and other stories

The Wrong Time: and other stories

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by Robby Charters
     
 

An Anthology of three short stories, a novella and some flash fiction:

The short stories:
A filmmaker of the future, using a new untested medium, gets tangled up in his story in The Filmmaker and the Sceptre
Relativity works in mysterious ways in The Last Shall be First, as a home for orphaned children is being moved to an uninhabited planet.

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Overview

An Anthology of three short stories, a novella and some flash fiction:

The short stories:
A filmmaker of the future, using a new untested medium, gets tangled up in his story in The Filmmaker and the Sceptre
Relativity works in mysterious ways in The Last Shall be First, as a home for orphaned children is being moved to an uninhabited planet.
Geoffrey literally finds himself, in The Wrong Track, a multi-universe ghost story.

The novella: In The Wrong Time, Sean O'Riley walks home from work, stumbles through a vertical whirlpool, and finds he's married to an ex-girlfriend instead of his wife.

The flash fiction: From a physics class of the future: what is a "flong"? in The Flong Files

and more...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781494321673
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/01/2013
Pages:
162
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.35(d)

Meet the Author

Robby Charters has lived most of his life in Thailand where he was born of an Irish father and an American mother. His wife is Thai, and they have one son who plays computer games. At present they live in Northern Ireland, where Robby designs eBooks. In Thailand, he did lots of things, most recently teaching English. The story, The Last Shall be First was inspired by a period of his childhood, in which he lived with some other children in a boarding school situation. Robby, like Rodger in the story, was the oldest, and also used to torment the youngest child, who inspired Sarah in the story.

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