Or would you go back in time to visit people who featured in momentous world events? Of course while you're back there you could try to do something about that horrid yearbook picture that has plagued you for decades.
Before you say," Of course we'll never be able to travel through time," remember all the things we were told we couldn't do that are now a reality. I'm old enough to remember when adults around me were saying man would never walk on the moon.
Who knows, maybe there are time travellers amongst us now. The next time you're sitting in a coffee shop sipping a mocha latte, check out the person across the aisle from you, the one who has been staring at you long enough to give you goose-bumps. It could be a traveller from the future. Perhaps someone working on a doctoral thesis about the social mores of the early 21st century. You could feature in a sociology course in a 22nd century university.
If you love reading about time travel, or if you just love a walloping good story, Time Tsunami by Danele Rotharmel is a tale to keep you engrossed right to the last page. Just when you think you know where the author is going, she throws another curve at you. There are layers and layers of plot in this book, and characters you don't want to say goodbye to. The good news is, you don't. The second in the series, Time Trap, is now out.
I love Danele Rotharmel's writing, and I bet you will too. Check out her blog page heredragonflydanele.wordpress.com/
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So get comfortable in your module, set your controls and Bon Voyage!