Monthly Archives: January 2016

Bookshelf: Second Paradigm

Second Paradigm‘s title refers to a new paradigm for thinking about time, time travel, and paradox, and its story is an exploration of that paradigm. The challenge in trying to tell you about a book as intricately plotted as this … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Lincoln’s Wizard

Braxton Wright is no war hero, no matter what the newspapers say. He’s just the engineer who was aboard the Union battle walker Monitor at the Battle of Parkersburg, and who drove the Monitor across enemy lines, disrupting their formations … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: The Dandy Boys Mysteries

The Dandy Boys Mysteries are the cast of Downton Abbey trying to prove that Bram Stoker’s Dracula is a figment of Mina Harker’s imagination. This gothic mystery tale styles itself a publication of excerpts out of the journals of Friedrich … Continue reading

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Magic City!

Allegedly, Miami is called “Magic City” because the city sprouted up overnight due to a flood of immigrants. Since Juan Ponce de León rolled through here in the sixteenth century looking for the Fountain of Youth, though, I think the … Continue reading

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