Thursday, May 15, 2014

Harmonic Differential by Kenneth Gordon



Harmonic Differential
Genre: Science Fiction
Time Period: Present/Past/Future



“I may have made many trips to the future, to the past and points all over the galaxy, but I cannot remember any of them…”

This is how the journey of Andros, an astrophysicist professor at Berkley, CA begins. He is driven mad by dreams of whirling lights he cannot explain. These dreams lead him to build a ship capable of travel to the future, the past and alternate universes. The only problem is, once he returns, he cannot remember the journey. To overcome this, he uses a video camera attached to his head to record his adventures.

Andros awakes thinking it all was a dream, until a mysterious package arrives in the mail.

About the author:
Kenneth Gordon

I grew up in Milford, NH and enjoyed writing ever since my high school English teacher gave us time to write in our daily journal. I wrote stories based on the game I was playing at the time, “Bard’s Tale” and used to narrate in my mind what was happening as I went to my next class.

I took creative writing in college and had many different assignments including a short story final. After college, I wrote many short stories, even some fan fiction. Had once started another novel. I find inspiration in all kinds of places. Once I get an idea, it is off and running. I live in NH with my wife and two cats. I play PC games, electric and acoustic guitars, drums, sing and hold a brown belt in Kung Fu.


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