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Time and Tied by Gregory Taylor

Teenagers, time travel, and destiny. 

Carrie thought she was a normal Canadian teenager. Then came the time machine, and she discovered that her life – past, present and future – would never be the same again. Can she handle being tied to a destiny? Which of her friends can she trust, given how some of them have their own agendas? Most importantly, how can she fight the future, when the future is herself?

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly

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Nice Time Travel Serial

By ChrysKelly, author of Matilda Raleigh

Aug 12, 2016: I’ve read the first Book (parts 1 to 24) and I really enjoyed it. I especially liked that it can be read in several ways – you can read it straight through in book style, or you can use the anchor links to read it in a more chronological style as the main character travels through time and meets multiple incarnations of her past and future selfs.

I’d say it’s a solid read. It seems a little simplistic in the characterization [more . . .]

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It’s timey. It’s wimey. In the end, isn’t that what matters?

By MaddiroseX, author of Twisted Cogs

Mar 19, 2016:  . . . it’s really hard to write a good time-travel serial, but the author has made an admirable attempt.

As a reader, up until this point I’d known the author Mathtans primarily for his quirky-but-a-touch-inaccessible serial in which the characters were personified mathematical functions. Whether intentionally or subconsciously, it’s clear that the author learned quite a lot from that endeavor, because almost none of the problems that turned me off of "Taylor’s Polynomials" show up in Time and Tied.

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Interesting Time Travel, Weak Characters

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

May 20, 2015: Time travel stories are hard to get right. Often, they can get a bit overly technical. At other times, they can just devolve into a bundle of paradoxes.

Time and Tied has neither of these problems. All in all, the time travel device is pretty interesting—completely unlike anything else I’ve seen or read. I won’t give away the details, because you can read all that in the story. But if you’re looking for offbeat time travel, this series might be for [more . . .]

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