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Channeling - Book Tour


Mystery / Thriller

Date Published: March 12, 2024


Defying gravity, manipulating the naked eye, and moving faster than time itself? These abilities, or Channels, were once considered impossible yet are now commonplace, and the small town of Lockwood, New Hampshire is no exception. In 2055, society has progressed to include and incorporate Channeling as a natural part of life. This is made possible by the establishment of the Department of Channel Control and the limited abilities most Channelers have. However, this all changes when four students at Lockwood University discover they can take their Channels further than ever thought possible. Now, the more Rachel, Miles, Angelo, and Clayton discover about their abilities and their pasts, the more dangerous their lives become.


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Andrew has always been passionate about writing and storytelling. They describe themselves as a curious Writer who loves exploring diverse themes, motifs, and genres. As part of their writing process, they love immersing themselves in their projects—diving headfirst into the research, production, and fine-tuning of the stories they feel are the most worthy of telling.


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Excerpt from "Channeling"

part I


Defying gravity, manipulating the naked eye, moving faster than time itself, and more. These abilities or Channels were once considered impossible yet are now commonplace in our world. But how did these abilities come to be? How does their utilization truly impact the user’s body? And what, if any, potential for advancement should society expect from these Channels?

Through research, observation, and experimentation, we will attempt to find the answers.

 Excerpt from “The Origins of Channeling,” written by Dr. Trevor Sullivan, self-published by Dr. Trevor Sullivan in 2053 5


“A bird made a nest outside my window today. It had a yellow beak, black head, and a rusty red stomach. I looked it up and found it was an American robin. It was a modest looking bird, but its eggs were the most beautiful pure sky-blue I’d ever seen. It was a gloomy day, but the egg color was so bright I couldn’t help but smile.”

 Excerpt from the journal of Rachel Coin, dated April 29, 2054

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