No-Time Like the Present

The abandoned daughter of a time traveler takes her skill of testing prototypes to their breaking point and applies it to a time jumper sent to check on her. Convincing him he must take her forward in time to demand answers from her father is easier than she expected, but finding herself instrumental in revealing what could bring her father peace and forgiveness will test her determination. More

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About L. Darby Gibbs

L. Darby Gibbs, aka Elldee: I love and write science fiction. Writing intrigues, charges and drains me. It makes me think, convinces me I have some depth to my character and challenges me to prove it. I write. I write every chance I get, and sometimes, when there isn't really a chance, I have to anyway.
I love to read and read when I am not writing and not doing all the myriad things required by life and bills. I like time travel books and books that show the human condition. I like funny romance, adventure and fantasy.
I've been writing for as long as I remember forever and perhaps before that. I'll always write.
I started on the east coast, semi-south, worked my way north on different sides of the country, west, east a couple more times, in no particular order. I've been south, prefer north, live west.
I am married, wonderfully married to a swell guy. If I say there is a problem, he fixes it. I love him for that. He never tells me I have a problem. We have a daughter. I am looking forward to being one of her closest friends when she grows up. For now I settle for guide, mom and only the occasional dirty look when I say, "No." She gives me great feedback and takes it from me like a professional. Love that girl, love her father.
I have dogs, great loyal, silly, serious, worried, attached Labradors that forgive me everything. My mom reminds me dog spelled backwards is God: they forgive always, everything, any time, any place, like God. I try not to test that theory. Forgiveness is painful, wrenching when you recognize and appreciate it. I avoid doing things I have to be forgiven for, so I have happy dogs that bring happiness into my life.
Basic bio: born, traveled, graduated, married, gave birth, live life – all while writing.

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