Unintended Consequences

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction Newton s Third Law of Motion.While Newton was talking about motion when he developed the above law, it can also be said that for every action or decision there is a consequence sometimes good, sometimes bad.Many times consequences can be foreseen and planned for But there are times they are never seen It is thesFor every action there is an equal and opposite reaction Newton s Third Law of Motion.While Newton was talking about motion when he developed the above law, it can also be said that for every action or decision there is a consequence sometimes good, sometimes bad.Many times consequences can be foreseen and planned for But there are times they are never seen It is these unforeseen or Unintended Consequences that can have the biggest impact on individual lives.An android working to pass as human.A woman who loses her pre destined soul mate on world where they were marked at birth.A Queen who uses magic to make her subjects cooperative and helpful to each other.A wife who authorizes a radical treatment for dementia to be performed on her husband.And 16 who will learn about the unintended consequences that will affect their lives.Featuring stories by Lyn McConchie, Alexandria Bellefleur, Michael Picco, Natasha Cage, Catrin Sian Rutland, DJ Tyrer, Dana Bell, Holly Riordan, Chris Dean, Guy Anthony De Marco, Andrew M Seddon, J.G Formato, Michael W Clark, S D Matley, Vaughan Stanger, Jean Martin, Edward Ahern, Glen Damien Campbell, Lyn Godfrey, and V Hartman DiSanto
Unintended Consequences For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction Newton s Third Law of Motion While Newton was talking about motion when he developed the above law it can also be said that for every action o

  • Title: Unintended Consequences
  • Author: Carol Hightshoe
  • ISBN: 9781942450382
  • Page: 179
  • Format: ebook
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    1. My friend and prolific author Andrew Seddon, who has a short story included in this newly-published anthology from WolfSinger Publications, kindly gifted me with a free copy. The book is a quick read, as evidenced by the fact that I finished it in eight days; the 20 stories are all written in an easily-flowing style, and many are quite short, approaching flash fiction territory. All but two of the stories are published here for the first time. Some of the authors are relatively new to their cra [...]

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