Saturday 1 April 2017, 2pm-4pm: A professor in the School of Humanities and Communications, Ned Huston, will be at Old Capitol Books signing copies of his new work of creative fiction, Quantum Time Theories – the first book in a SciFi trilogy called The Nevertime Chronology.
About Ned Huston
From his website: “I was born in Wichita, Kansas, but really you could say I was born in pop culture America. I’ve been interested in science fiction all my life and studied under James Gunn at the University of Kansas. I published a science fiction short story “Pliny’s Commentaries” in the hardback anthology UNIVERSE 17 in the late eighties while I was a teaching assistant there.
“After getting my PhD. I spent a year as an adjunct assistant professor at Iowa State University, where I met the love of my life Bonnie Irwin. We married and moved to Illinois, where I continued writing novels no one wanted to publish.
“I perfected a process of writing novels quickly but gave up writing on 9/11 and didn’t write again for thirteen years. I taught at Eastern Illinois University until July 2014 when I moved to California to teach at California State University, Monterey Bay and started writing novels everyone wants to read.” Read more here.
DESCRIPTION OF THE NOVEL QUANTUM TIME THEORY
8 brothers and sisters must learn how to Survive in a world where Time Travel is common, and the Present keeps changing every two to three weeks. They must endure the Seven Dangers of the Time World and Adapt to living in a Society of Time Travelers.