Time Coven: Tales of Space, Magic, and Time Travel

Time Coven: Tales of Space, Magic, and Time Travel

by Dr. Ruth J. Heflin

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Time Coven: Tales of Space, Magic, and Time Travel by Dr. Ruth J. Heflin

Seven stories take us back in time, through time, and into space. "The Witness"
• takes us back to 3600 BCE Malta where a specially chosen man witnesses an event that occurs every 18 1/2 years, introducing him to mysteries he never expected to experience. "Time Coven" exposes a conspiracy to keep women, who can naturally travel through time, from controlling the world. "Fel Man," a tribute to Hitchcock, sees a millionaire geneticist reduced to a fugitive in a futuristic America where watches meant to track calories are used to keep the poor subdued. In "It's About Time,"
• physicist Ilsa Hitherspoon's marriage to Edward Blandish ends in enmity, but she's finally able to one-up Edward, who stole and profited off of her physics knowledge, when she discovers how to travel through time. "Hills Like Green Monsters" pays modern homage to Ernest Hemingway's "Hills Like White Elephants." In "Ishi, the Last Martian"
• we meet a Martian who claims to be the last sentient being on that planet. And "Wombman"
• whisks us back nearly 30,000 years to meet the very first inventor we can identify...a woman. All the stories with
• next to their titles in this description contain erotic images.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781545095805
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/03/2017
Pages: 238
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

My scholarly book, I Remain Alive: the Sioux Literary Renaissance, was published by Syracuse University Press in 2000. But my passion has been for writing stories-from the time I could hold one of those fat kindergarten pencils in my hand and write in my Big Chief tablet. In this way, I follow in my parents' footsteps-my father, ever the storyteller, and my mother, ever the reader.

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