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…

Meet Levy Roarke

By G.P. Avants I wanted to share with you a fun project that I used in my classroom to get my high school students writing while trying to use something they seem all love, music. If was a fun idea that my daughter found on Spotify. Someone had created a playlist for Star Wars character,…

Nerdatonium Classification

es, I go to a school that has all levels of neeks. Not everyone thinks alike or do things the same. That can cause us to butt heads and cause tension between us. So, I shared with some of my closest friends, so we would understand each other and maybe be a little more patient and understanding with each other.

Selfie with the Hulk? 

“The Avengers have changed after Thanos’ Snapture. Some for the better, some of the worst and some, wait what?”    By G.P. Avants    The last time we saw the divisive team of Bruce Banner and the Incredible Hulk they were at war within themselves. But wait! What is going on?  As Steve Rogers, Natashi, and…

Chronolocity Vol 1: Meet the A6

Welcome to another entry from Chronolocity Vol I: A Fistful of Chronotons. Today’s characters and code named “H” and “E”. They are part of the A6 the other time travel team that is attempting to discover what Mr. Cross is really up to. Here we meet them in their first contact with Levy.    Here…

Spending Time

  Here we are at the end of 2016. Wow, time has flown by. Speaking of time, here is a poem written by one of the characters from my novel, Chronolocity. Elise shares in our main character Levy’s time travel adventures, in time. These are her quick thoughts on what time means to her. Happy…

Surrender, Stephen

  By G.P. Avants   Dr. Stephen Strange was a man who believed in the here and now. He was a hands on guy who was grounded in the material world. In the good doctor’s perspective for things to exist in real time, they had to be tangible and explainable. When his grasp on the…

Time Will Tell How Much I Love You

  By G.P. Avants   Dr. Stephen Strange was a man of means. He had everything a rock and roll living genuine brain surgeon needed. Unfortunately, he also had an ego that often got him in trouble pretty much all the time. The good doctor never valued time or people as important in his life. He…