You can't hurry love. You also can't cultivate it over successive manipulations of the timeline. After inventing a time machine, Nigel and Daniel dance a tango through time as they vie for Paula's affections.
Doctoral candidate Nigel Trumble and engineering student Daniel Posner develop the Arch, a machine that creates a portal letting them travel through time. To celebrate, they go to a campus pub where they meet Paula Carson, a lonely undergrad. She's charmed by Nigel at first, but then Daniel rushes in to sweep her off her feet.
What's a socially awkward doctoral student with a time machine to do but go back in time to try to woo her back? Only this time, he has to figure out a way to keep Daniel out of the equation.
Things are looking up for Nigel when Daniel takes an experimental leap through time only to develop a brain aneurysm, but when the university finds out his illness was caused by the Arch, they commandeer the project. The only way Nigel can take hold of the situation is to travel back in time, but each iteration only serves to complicate matters further.
How many times will Nigel have to reset time before he wins Paula's affections? Given the way Paula changes with each iteration, will she want anything to do with either one of them when the truth comes out?More info →
Addison Haney finds herself in a psychiatric ward with amnesia after suffering an unknown traumatic event. Upon returning home from a woman's shelter under the care of Seph, her assigned social worker, Addison finds a matchbook sending her to Stoker's, a local Goth club where she crosses paths with Piers. Addie feels a powerful connection to Piers that she can't explain, and she's sure their relationship predates her amnesia, but no-one, neither Piers, nor Seph, nor Piers' lackey, Percival, is talking.
Addison embarks on a quest to figure out who she was and her life begins to unravel. Addison suffers from a strange photosensitivity to the sun, Piers is never around during the day, Percival knows more than he's letting on, and Seph—with whom she also feels a deep and powerful connection—is not registered with social services. If that's not bad enough, people around her start to die horrible, bloody deaths.
What, exactly, was her life like before the amnesia? Who are Piers, Seph, and Percival? What is the deep, dark secret they are hiding from her? More importantly, how are the misty cloud of fog following her, the string of murders, and Addison all connected?More info →
When Molly McBride, archaeologist and professor of archaeology at the University of Toronto is given an artifact by a museum patron that allows her to travel between this world and another slightly out of phase from ours she discovers that the practice of shifting between worlds is harmful to both environments. But there are people on both planets reluctant to stop this practice. Can Molly convince them to change their ways before it’s too late?More info →