Quetzacoatl

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Time travel Paradox, kitchen appliance style

If you like talking about time travel with your friends, this is something that you will like. It's funny, it's sci-fi and well done.

I found it pleasing from beginning to end.

As I am new to writing and am an impatient reader this should speak to you.

I hope the author produces more.

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Surfaced: Review

As this is my first review on this site, please take this with a grain of salt. A whole shaker of salt if need be.

When I hear read a synopsis of a person not knowing if they're going insane it intrigues me. Especially if it's a short story. This type of medium lends itself wonderfully to this type of psychological plot.

Bottom line: I liked it. I liked it enough to write a review! The story pushed me to read until the end and I was not disappointed. There were a couple places where the story dragged on a bit, but nothing to pull me away entirely.

Something about the loss of parts of oneself, but not in a gruesome way, is something that I don't see much. And this author portrays it well.

A nice read. I hope to see more.

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