Friday, December 14, 2012
Excerpt From First Time
"What if history didn't happen that way ... the first time?"
Garison Fitch was one of the most revered scientists in the Soviet Americas until he left fame behind to work on a secret project in his log cabin in the mountains of Marx.
But something went wrong. Instead of traveling interdimentionally, Garison has traveled through time ... twice.
Now, he's in something called "The United States of America" and a woman he's never met before is calling herself his wife. It it a hoax? Or, has he somehow changed history?
If so, can he return the world to what he believes is "normal", or must he live in this strange world he created?
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"You know, I slip into Japanese territory occasionally, and I hear things. You may have already heard this, but the Japanese are about to sign a pact with the Argentines."
"I heard that rumor," Garison nodded. "You think there's truth to it?"
Tex nodded, "'Fraid so. The man I know is butler to the governor of New Misawa. His master is one of the dignitaries that's down there right now negotiating. They are supposed to sign the papers any day now. Might already be a done deal. My friend let me know because he's worried."
For just an old cowboy, Tex knew an awful lot; belying the idea that he was just an old cowboy. This was the reason he had never even been allowed near Fitch's barn. Garison genuinely liked Tex, and considered him a friend if anyone was. Still, all that indoctrination he had received made him hold back. So Garison had just let hints drop here and there that would do nothing more than confuse.
"How does Texas feel about all this?" Garison asked.
"Little scared, I think. If a war breaks out, Texas won't be in it right at first, but we will be right in the middle. We're bound to get dragged into the fray eventually." He forced a laugh and said, "'Course, some people think all the big countries are going to destroy each other and Texas will just step in and rule the world in the aftermath."
"We'll just have to wear radiation suits to work."
"Sounds very plausible," Garison nodded. He used to think it would be Argentina who would pick up the pieces, but now it seemed that they would be participating, too. Gravely, he asked, "Tell me the truth: do you really think it could mean war? I mean, I've heard this kind of thing all my life."
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