I am pleased to announce the forthcoming release of Doctor Frankentime! This is a #TimeTravel story. It’s not quite Benjamin Button meets The Time Traveler’s Wife, nor is it really Tenet meets Donnie Darko in a dark alley with Primer! Doctor Frankentime is fresh, it’s new, and yes it is also a bit of a time travel homage and mashup at the same time. Retronauts and chrononauts and temponauts, oh my!
I am pleased to announce the Chrononaut Chronicles series of science fiction time travel books I have been writing since March 2012. After eight and a half years, I hope to start sharing these stories with you RealSoonNow™. Stay tuned!
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You can now reach the site formerly known as cqkelvyn.wordpress.com at cqkelvyn.com. This is the official site of Cornelius Q. Kelvyn.
“Human beings don’t just be. We like to do. Thus we are also human doings. However, being travelers in time and space, we spend all our time going somewhen in time and much of our time going somewhere in space. So we are human goings. Always going somewhen in spacetime.” — Olivia Salazar (in the upcoming Znuhmooey by C. Q. Kelvyn)
Cornelius Q. Kelvyn has long kept his writing in the shadows. He is delighted to have his story, “Matronus,” included in an anthology of wonderful authors titled Stardust, Always. As with many of the stories in this anthology, “Matronus” was inspired by Alan Rickman, David Bowie, and others whom he has known who have battled cancer.
Please check out Stardust, Always via Cornelius Q. Kelvyn’s author page at Amazon, or at the publisher’s page at Writers Colony Press. Proceeds from the paper and eBook versions shall be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for cancer research.
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