Plenty of Time by Eric Nixon

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Tim, a technician who provides maintenance on a super-secret time machine, steals an unauthorized trip into the past to try and save his recently deceased fiancee, unaware of the effects this seemingly innocent event will have on the world.

This short story is 23 pages (9,446 words) in length.

About Eric Nixon

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Eric Nixon is an author and poet. He self published his first collection of poetry, Anything But Dreams, which was selected as an iUniverse Editor's Choice book in 2004. In 2011, Garrison Keillor read his poem "Riding The Red Line" on the nationally syndicated public radio program, The Writer's Almanac. He is the author of several short stories, including Incident on the Hennepin and Retribution on a Jetpack. Emily Dickinson, Superhero - Vol. 1 is his first novel. Eric lives with his family in Vermont where he is inspired by his surroundings and is always exploring his creativity through poetry, photography, and writing.
Published May 10, 2011 by Eric Nixon. 33 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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