Spheres of Influence by J. David Core
With a profound interest in religion, liberal politics and humor, Dave began writing in High School and has not given up on it since. His first professional writing jobs came while attending the Art Institute of Pittsburgh when he was hired to create political cartoons for the Pitt News & to write humor pieces for Smile Magazine.
Dave has worked in the newspaper industry as a photographer, in the online publishing industry as a weekly contributor to Streetmail.com, and was a contributing writer to the Buzz On series of informational books and to the Western online anthology, Elbow Creek. Dave’s science fiction novel, Synthetic Blood and Mixed Emotions, is available from writewordsinc.com. Dave currently resides in his childhood home in Toronto, OH with his beautiful girlfriend and his teenage daughter.
He enjoys participating in local community events & visiting with his two adult children and his grandkids. He is the author of the Lupa Schwartz series of mystery novels. Find out more about his books or sign up for his email list by visiting tinyurl.com/lupalanding
All music by Kevin MacLeod used under creative commons 3.0 license courtesy of Incompetech.com
Three savants – a physicist, a mathematician, an engineer – and their wealthy benefactor have discovered the secret to time travel. But one of them has an ulterior motive which threatens the very nature of time itself.
As we learn how the team came together and developed their time travel concept, hints that there may be some discord in the ranks begin to bubble behind the scenes.
When three grad students learn the secret to time displacement, the secrets of the past and the mystery of the future clash in a violent and unavoidable series of events.
Harold Stone's family secret is revealed, Mark Davis' personal secrets are examined, Gunther Hessman's personal humiliation is explained, and Paul Kurt's professional humiliation is inevitable unless he can figure a way to reconcile the others' situations in this time travel yarn.
Time travel has been discovered and its primary discoverer has a plan to use it to change the course of his family’s history. Meanwhile the project’s funder is less worried about changing the past than in learning the future.
What happens when you try to change the past and when you try to rig the future? In the exciting conclusion of our time travel tale, we finally learn the answers to everybody's questions.