- n. alternative spelling of time travel.
“The book is one of the best time-travel novels I've ever read, and the only steampunk novel I've read to explain the steampunk setting as the result of a very specific divergence between this world's history and our own.”
“This fall, you can be an S&M secretary/vamp; a '50s prom queen; a futuristic time-travel babe; a '40s lipstick-and-lace kind of a gal; a pared-down tomboy; an ethnic, fringy, upmarket hippy; a be-sequined party girl; a satin-and-fur siren; or an oversized, overshaped cross-dresser—and I've probably missed a couple of themes.”
“If you're so inclined, you can read my decadent time-travel story HERE”
“My gay biker time-travel story, "Edward's Second Shot," is now live at Wilde Oats.”
“Wow ... you guys are so science fiction that you can time-travel and bring us fiction from last year!”
“Macmillan 'Tempest' 'Tempest' by Julie Cross (Jan. 3) The Pitch: A young man with extraordinary abilities fights to save his girlfriend (echoes of 'Twilight') in this time-travel story.”
“The Rock/Double Jeopardy screenwriters Douglas Cook and David Weisberg are attached to write a a big screen adaptation of the first-person shooter time-travel war video game Darkest of Days.”
“The movie continues on with one improbable time-travel paradox after the next.”
“Each week, the staff bartender, owner and waitress help one lost soul through a tough time by helping that individual time-travel.”
“Around the same time, Moorcock's time-travel tale "Behold the Man" showed us the blessed virgin as a slut and Jesus Christ as a drooling, congenital imbecile.”
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