Fiction Friday: The Color of Paradox by A.M. Dellamonica

So I can’t promise this will be every week, but if I have something I want to share, this is where I’ll share it. I’ll try to focus on free fiction, so that if you’re interested, you can click a link and read it for yourself.

For the inaugural Fiction Friday, I bring you “The Color of Paradox” by A.M. Dellamonica, a short story published at Tor.com. For those of you familiar with Connie Willis’ time-traveling novels, you’ll appreciate this story even more, but regardless of one little shout-out, this is a great story that demands more. So much more. I WANT MORE.

Click here to read THE COLOR OF PARADOX for free

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Illustration by Jeffrey Alan Love

“The Color of Paradox,” by A.M. Dellamonica, is a science fiction story about one of a series of time travelers sent back to the past in order to buy more time for the human race, which in the future is on the verge of extinction.

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