Personal essays, letters, and ramblings

 

The place for the uncle who always makes bad jokes at party, or the deranged lunatic who religiously reads novels. Hang up your coat, take your shoes off, and crack open a rustic leather bound book.      

 

 


 

 

Steve                

 


 

 

 

 

Time Traveling Conundrum:

 Part I

 

 

 

An awesome continuing saga by 

the startlingly amazing new 

writer 

 

 

1ant1

            I never thought that I would be where I am now. Being pursued through the Swiss Alps by a group of vicious ninjas. Highly trained assassins one and all though I managed to stay ahead of them. This was all easier said than done. I had to be home, or I think it was, in 500 years. But I am getting ahead of myself. Let me start from the beginning…

            The day started like any other. I woke at six o’clock to the annoying bleep of my watch alarm. I had to hurry or lest I miss the bus. The day was boring as usual. I struggled to stay awake during science and guessed at answers in Geometry. English was the worst being assigned another essay to do for tomorrow.

I arrived at my home dwelling and was beside myself with fury. I was running out of ideas as fast as water runs through your cupped hands. I decided to venture to the depths of my house to the archives of my old essays to see if I could use any now. The first few steps were wary. There were rumors of some sort of dungeon beneath my house. I was fine so far but then…

  To be continued… Want the PDF version?—–>> The time traveling conundrum part 1 (PDF)                    Time Traveling Conundrum: Part II  

An awesome continuing saga by

the startlingly amazing new writer

1ant1

Crash! I fell through the floor to a flight of stairs. I followed the stairs downward and found myself in a dark chamber. I saw a cobwebbed light switch. I flicked it on and an interesting sight be fell my eyes. I was in the doorway of a small room in the shape of a cube. The walls were clean cut but made of dirt. The room was dimly lit by a small light bulb hanging from a wire in the center of the room. I noticed now that the wire to it went all the way up the stairs.

Directly under the light was a box in the shape of a rectangular prism. No bigger than a man it stood. I walked around I and saw that there was an open side. I climbed in and there before me was a control panel.

Unfortunately, my curiosity got the better of me so I pulled a few levers and pressed a few buttons.

Bam! Flash! Clank!

A whirl of light and color flashed before my eyes. I looked out of the opening, but all I saw were flecks of light whizzed by me. After what seemed like an eternity, the box stopped. As I stepped out, my mind seized up at the impossibility that was set before me.

 

To be continued…   Want the PDF version?—–>>the time traveling conundrum parts 1-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

 

 

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Responses

  1. What a gret idea for a page. Is there a way I could do it too?

  2. interesting

  3. I want the rest of the story!!!! Please!!

  4. I will leave new parts of the story once a week.

  5. is that ur story with the ninjas anthony?

  6. anthony’s story

  7. I can not wait for the next edition!

  8. why isn’t the next part up yet?

  9. I want more!


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