Thought Provoking Fiction Confronts Issues of Technology and the Power to Change the Past

Redding, CA, December 02, 2015 --( In Search of Sarah – A Time Traveler’s Quandary
by Craig Thomas Blake
WingSpan Press 2015

Craig Thomas Blake’s novel "In Search of Sarah" poses the question: if you had the power to change the past, would you? Should you?

Scott McGregor, a researcher in cutting-edge quantum biology finds himself reviewing his life after losing his wife to incurable ALS. His thoughts naturally turn to Sarah Daniels, the love of his college days, and the defining moment that disrupted their young lives. In 1967, Scott and Sarah chose to abort an unexpected pregnancy. Their limited choices in a pre-Roe v. Wade world sent them to Mexico.

Now fifty years later, Scott sets out to find Sarah and learn what became of her. When he learns that she lost the ability to have children after the complications in Mexico, he determines to use the new quantum technology that he’s working on to communicate with his young self in the past.

This fast-paced, speculative fiction explores alternative realities, and echoes current concerns about the benefits and the potential adverse effects of untested technology. Blake takes us into uncharted waters and the dangers of the unintended consequences that follow.

In Search of Sarah – A Time Traveler’s Quandary is published by WingSpan Press, Available now from Barnes & Noble and in softcover (ISBN 978-1-59594-570-9, $16.95), hardcover (ISBN 978-1-59594-672-0, $29.95) and Kindle/eBook (978-1-59594-903-5, $9.95)
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