My newest novel, Tripping the Multiverse, is also the first book in my Jade and Antigone series. I discussed the main characters in a blog a while back. I have some exciting dates coming up, including a Cover Release party on November 17, and the book comes out on January 21, 2021.
I thought I might write a few blogs exploring the places in Tripping the Multiverse, with the ubiquitous Orion Center as the first stop on the tour.
The Orion Center’s Official Response to Press Inquiries:
The Orion Center for Applied Quantum Physics is the North East’s premier research facility specializing in making particle theory particle reality. This facility boasts one of the world’s only Large Hadron Colliders. The Orion Center’s Collider is the third most powerful particle accelerator ever built.
Recently, the researchers at the Orion Center have been able to isolate and stabilize two wormholes, which they are hoping to use for commercial transportation. To date, we have used the wormholes to transport multiple items across a laboratory, including a pencil, a book, and an uncooperative rabbit.
You may wonder if it’s safe to be near stabilized wormholes artificially generated by particle acceleration. The answer is a resounding yes. Probably. Orion researchers report no ill effects, aside from the occasional memory loss and spontaneous transportation to random locations within a mile radius of the Center. To date, the Orion Center has only lost one researcher to unexpected transportation that we know of. The stabilized wormholes occasionally erase missing researchers from the fabric of reality.
The Orion Center wormholes pose absolutely no danger to the population of Worbridge, however unexpected displacement of our entire dimension may occur. My discussion on the topic of wormhole safety will now cease.
If you have questions, stop by the Orion Center. It is open to the public on alternating Tuesdays between 1:30 and 12:30pm. The Orion Center welcomes you to an almost newly renovated reception area, located to the left of the security kiosk. Refrain from drinking the coffee, it may contain antimatter.
– Prepared by Director Harriet Carter
Excited to see the cover of Tripping the Multiverse? Come to virtual Cover Reveal part on November 17th!