I've been browsing some of the forum topics and was hoping someone could also help me review a few short stories I've been writing. I'm not aiming to be a serious sci-fi writer - not yet, anyway - for now, I'd like to see how they sound to a reader before adapting my style and changing the content.
The background: it's a couple centuries ahead of now, and time travel is being studied by an organization (vaguely governmental) called the Chronological Institute. There are various people involved in the process of time travel, including the travelers themselves, and historians who scope out the place before travelers go there. It's difficult for me to describe the specific story plots themselves, except to say that time travel is - obviously - integral to the plot. Perhaps what differentiates the stories is the purpose and method of the time travel.
These short stories, as well as a bit more background, can be found at my personal blog: http://atleastintheory.wordpress.com/th ... institute/
Any constructive criticism will be greatly appreciated! And I would be more than happy to return the favour.