Karen Silvestri leads workshops in Creative Writing, Poetry and Journal Therapy, and Memoir Writing. She has studied genealogy and personal histories since 1987, lecturing and leading workshops on Memoir Writing and Journaling to the community since 1998. Karen holds a BA in English and has studied Literature, Business, and Education at the graduate level. She is an instructor of English Composition and Reading at several community colleges. Karen also owns and operates Karenzo Media, which provides services and publishing for indie authors.
In the final episode of the first series, Jake Barker and Ryan Johnson steal the time card, and the three friends must hurry to find it (and the bullies) before history is changed. The Daktars threaten again, and Commander Tam Harnik hones in on the kids and the time card.
In Episode 4, Tam Harnik tries to remain undetected by melting in with the general population. Ellie talks Blue and Jesse into using the time card to go to Harvard. The kids run into trouble when Harvard security questions them and Ellie tells them the truth. Blue and Jesse have to rescue her from the flabbergasted adults and a Daktar alien.
Tam Harnik, encounters trouble with tracking down the lost time card. The bullies have been snooping around the computer shed. The three friends find themselves chasing the bullies through the past, trying to stop them from upsetting history and changing all their histories. Will they save the timeline? Or will a change in the timeline be something they find they actually want to keep?
In this episode the pilot of the craft that jettisoned the mysterious case meets with a mysterious Admiral and is tasked with retrieving the case before evil forces find it. On earth, Blue, Jesse, and Ellie accidentally find themselves in 1776. After Jesse accidentally changes the course of history, the friends must race to save Thomas Jefferson before the power runs out on their chronometer.
This book chronicles Alex’s adventures as he hops a freight train in Nebraska, is harassed by the federales in Mexico, has a gun pulled on him by a tearful cowboy, encounters God while tripping on LSD at Woodstock, and finds love in all the wrong places. Intermixed in the narrative of the past are journal entries, which address the author’s struggle with Bipolar Disorder and drug addiction.