Thursday, August 13, 2015

Thursday Taster 56: Parallel Slip

Hello and welcome to a new Thursday Taster, the day when awesome writers all over the blogosphere come together to give you tasty bits of their last fiction. You can find the list here.
Last week, Sabine told Frederique to ask her dad about time travel, but in this world, her dad is only supposed to know about languages. Or is he?

I looked at her wondering why she thought that my dad was an expert on time travel, he was a translator at the museum, but after all there was a lot of things about my dad that I didn't know. But I wasn't sure that I wanted to ask him about something so personal. I mean it was good to be here and to have him in my life but I was going to leave for university in less than a week and there was no way I was going to be able to come back all the time. If I was to share everything with him just now, I didn't know how things would turn up, I wondered if I would be able to ask the question to my other dad, the one in the universe where I was the captain. I seemed logical that he'd new about physics, seeing his books in my bedroom. I just hoped that they wouldn't be gone when I was to travel back there.
"I think the time in every universe is different," I asked to Jonas who had grown chocolate mustache.
"If I ask dad, he will just give me a book and if I don't understand it, he will just give me a book to understand the first one and then I need to read the entire library," Jonas said putting.
That was true, it totally sounded like my dad. Once I had asked him to teach me a card game because some of my friends were playing but they weren't patient enough to teach me and he had given me a book about card games. If I wanted to learn to draw, he would give me a book about drawing. My dad wasn't the best teacher in the world. But about time travel, I wondered what he had on that.
"If I ask dad, he will just give me a book and if I don't understand it, he will just give me a book to understand the first one and then I need to read the entire library," Jonas said putting.
That was true, it totally sounded like my dad. Once I had asked him to teach me a card game because some of my friends were playing but they weren't patient enough to teach me and he had given me a book about card games. If I wanted to learn to draw, he would give me a book about drawing. My dad wasn't the best teacher in the world. But about time travel, I wondered what he had on that.
"I think the universe is bent and that time is not linear, that's another reason why I'm going to university, because I want to know that," I said wondering if I should add relativity to my schedule, the truth was, it was the best university I could get for physics but I didn't know yet was classes were available. 

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3 comments:

  1. Great taster, I love the way the story is building

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  2. Like Naomi said, the story is progressing well. I look forward to next week.

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  3. Hmm, she doesn't know what classes are at the U? That seems odd. I think she should ask her dad, and take all his books!

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