2046

7th graders stop the government from controlling time travel

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Ryan MacInnisMaker@rkmac · Director of Marketing, Voysis
Hey fam! I just published my first book ever and wanted to share it with you! It's sci-fi, and here's a brief synopsis: "What if time travel was possible, but the government wanted to prevent you from knowing about it? Seventh grade changes forever for Jimmy when a new student moves to his town in the middle of nowhere Ohio. Nole Tezler was odd, but not because his father works on secret missions for the government and his mother is a scientist, but because of what’s in his basement. One day, Jimmy follows Nole back to his house where he learns about a covert government mission. Nole’s father has invented a way for anyone to time travel, and communicate with anyone they wanted to -- past present or future -- but the government stops the mission, and holds his father captive, fearing the ripple effect of altering the past. In the novel, 2046, Jimmy and Nole embark on a journey of a lifetime, traveling to the future to rescue Nole's father, while uncovering government secrets that if kept quiet, could change the world forever. The battle of the century is here."
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Cole TownsendMakerHiring@twnsndco · Designer at Robin.
Ryan's been dipping into cafes after work for about 2 years, putting in work every single day on his third book. He's been extremely dedicated to the process: live tweeting, youtube, videos, and sharing what he's found to help him stay productive and in the writing zone. Definitely give this a look on Amazon and follow him on Twitter for a guide to writing and publishing your own book!