ME: An Exaggerated Autobiography
by Austyn Shull
Pub Date 22 Jan 2016
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It’s very hard for me to explain some of the things that have gone on in my life.
For example, when I was just a baby in a crib, people would approach me and suddenly feel the room become either blisteringly hot, or absolutely downright freezing. If I wasn’t changing the temperature of my surroundings, I was causing lightning to strike thrice in the same spot in the local area, and even changing the patterns of the Moon.
But of all the abilities I grew into, none were more amazing, or more useful, than my ability to make the world around me melt into a white canvas, and then moments later I would be standing in the middle of a new location as it painted itself around me. A sort of teleportation power, without the limitations of time and space and even reality.
Quirky and unconventional this “Exaggerated Autobiography” told through five letters recounts Austyn’s re-imagined life with a sci fi perspective.
From his Near-Death Birth, to the unexplained ailments plaguing him as a child, to his Near-Death Death.
And also saving his future family, reuniting his doubles he unintentionally created (rectifying the paradox without destroying lives), and him and his selves stopping a prophesied end of the world. All while avoiding the time police that one of them created in their separate lives.
If you like Time Travel, paradoxical occurrences, 90's memories, wizard-like abilities, and questionable sanity in an Author, then this is for you!