Huge News Regarding My Impending Fame

HUGE news regarding my impending fame. My incredibly huge novel, The Song and The Pendant, has been certified as an Amazon Top 1000 Best Selling novel in the Kindle eBooks Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Science Fiction & Fantasy – Science Fiction subcategory. As you can well imagine, this is an ENORMOUS genre full of intense competition from many authors, so basically I am hugely famous now, and I will constantly be referring to myself and introducing myself at parties as Magnus Von Black, Amazon Top 1000 Best Selling Novelist in the Kindle eBooks Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Science Fiction & Fantasy – Science Fiction subcategory.

 
This is a story about how, in the future, American culture takes over the world and forms a brutal entertainment empire called The United Nations of Earth. As part of their relentless consumer driven lust for new natural resources, they invade a small planet on the other side of the galaxy inhabited by a peaceful civilization of artsy fartsy types. The war is incredibly short and one-sided, except one of the citizens of this planet is a scientist who has invented time travel, and he hurls himself and a squad of shape shifting robots into the past, to change history, save his culture, and avenge the death of his husband. But in his quest to alter the fate of the galaxy, he accidentally pokes a hole in the space-time continuum. Two humans from present day Earth are ensnared in a science experiment gone awry, and find themselves on a distant planet full of sexy piano players and overwrought language. Then something happens which causes lots of random people and things to develop super powers, and in the end Jesus Christ uses a laser sword to frustrate the plans of a power hungry archaeologist who intends to enter the fabled Garden of Eden and make himself the immortal ruler of all physical reality.

 
Warning: This book is longer than Moby Dick, and it has a dinosaur fight. And kissing. Oh, and a semi-mathematical justification for time travel with a resolution to the infamous Grandfather Paradox.

 

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