Chronolocity: The Clock Opera

By G.P. Avants One dream that my brother Ron and I had was to work together to creative entertaining pieces that put a little good with a bit of humor into the world. As I sit back during a long hiatus from doing anything creative I came across a project he and I did years…

1881 Time Circle Part 1

By. G.P. Avants Here is a selection from the story, Chronolocity: A Fistful of Chronotons we meet H & E two young time travelers who are sent back in time to investigate Mr. Cross’ tampering with history. In this scene H & E observe Levy Roarke and discuss some if the issues that they have had to…

Will the Real Juan Juberus Please Stand up?

By G.P. Avants My grandpa, John Cubero was the model for Juan who you read about in the previous book post. He had adventures and missed opportunities that would have propelled him into some recognition. What Grandpa lacked in stature, he made up in wild inventive ideas, fearless risk-taking, and the spirit of adventure. In our…

The Tale of Juan Juberus

By G.P. Avants Not everyone who ever lived has gotten recognition for their accomplishments. Do you know the name of Queen Elizabeth’s primary school teacher?  How about a neighbor of Martin Luther King JR, who quietly modeled faith under persecution? How many everyday “nobodies” made the American dream a reality just because they lived out what…

No! You Killed my Dream!

By G. P. Avants Dreams are fragile things. It might be a career or a path in life that some might consider impossible or impractical. It takes work to make a dream become reality in the waking world. In Chronolocity: A Fistful of Chronotons, Mr. Cross is fueled by his desire to make a better…

The Letter “A” is for Annie

By G. P. Avants Much of the history we know were taken from letters that people sent back-and-forth while corresponding. Unlike an email, letters were handwritten, unique, and one of time. You could equate a letter from a historical figure as finding gold. The stories, told, the wishes hoped for, and the love sustained really…

Don’t Make Me Use the Fork

By G. P. Avants  Some people love learning about historical figures beyond the facts recorded in history books. It is their way of making history come alive and become very personal. However, when one throws in the idea of actually meeting your hero face-to-face, that takes on a whole other level of fandom. In Chronolocity:…

The Worst Moment Ever

By G. P. Avants I don’t know about you but if there was a such a thing as bad luck it runs in my family. If anything can go wrong, as Murphy’s Law states, it will go wrong. Yep, I can tell you stories that you would not believe. So that it why my main…

Tasty, but Deadly

By G. P. Avants The idea of changing history, especially events that you feel brought you sadness or suffering, is appealing to some people. What would it mean if you could take the other fork in the road? You know going back and fixing something from your past in order to see the events of…

The Inventor’s Song

            One of the fun things that I enjoy about writing is the chance to periodically dabble into poetry. Okay, yes, I have written a few in my time and actually it’s a very cathartic experience. Any way I thought why not add it to my book, Chronolocity: A Fistful of Chronotons? Needless to say my brother, the…

Don’t Sweat it, Mr. Buckley

By G.P. Avants In Chronolocity: A Fistful of Chronotons we meet a number of interesting characters from the past and…from the future. Mr. Buckley is part of Mr. Cross’ time travel expedition. Edwin Buckley is a genius with the computer and technology division who is uncertain about his part in this mission. In a way…

You Don’t Like My Flowers?

By G. P. Avants This short story is a scene from Chronolocity: A Fistful of Chronotons. To subtly correct the future timeline, Mr. Cross creates training for key historical figures in their impressionable childhood state. The reality and the practical application of time-travel is discussed in detail after he explains his dream for painting a better…