by Anita Holmes

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True accounts of time slips and distortions..

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BN ID: 2940148766841
Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc
Publication date: 01/01/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 245
File size: 588 KB

About the Author

Anita Holmes’ vocation is teaching; her avocation, writing! Her writing interests range from history to mystery, with time-slips a priority. She has three degrees (B.S. in Management from Marylhurst, a dual B.S. degree in Education and History from S.U.U., and a Master of Public Administration from Lewis and Clark.)

A widow, she has six children of whom she is inordinately proud, and 13 beloved grandchildren. Holmes is an Oregonian by birth, an Alaskan by profession, and summer of 2011 will be a Missourian by choice.

Holmes looks forward to compiling additional volumes on the remarkable topic of time-slips.

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Twidders 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Newconnexion More than 1 year ago
You may be wondering what or who is a TWIDDER? Author Anita Holmes has an office file labeled TWIDDERS, which is an acronym for what’s inside the file: time travel, time storms, time/warp/displacement and a pinch of slip. An entertaining read, the book is filled with many real life stories, examples of time warps, people disappearing and then reappearing, buildings disintegrating before your eyes, slips in time where people and places from the past could be seen and even interacted with, and other fascinating stories. If we do live in one of many multiple universes and time is just an illusion, then maybe in another reality Elvis never died and perhaps it’s possible to interact with him. We know so little about the relationship to time travel, TWIDDERS opens your eyes to other possibilities of traveling through wormholes, revisiting a moment from our documented history or even visiting another universe. — Jelina Vance, New Connexion Journal