Clark doesn’t care about your triggers or travel plans. He’s got a job to do.Multi-award-winning author Sandy Lender gives us a psychological dip into the mind of a man who keeps his calm in the face of angry passengers.Sort of.This sci-fi short story offers a satisfying layer for assuaging travel angst during the Thanksgiving and other travel-heavy holidays…until you dig a little deeper.If you refrain from screaming at rude airline passengers for fear of reprisal from T.S.A., take a step outside of reality with the futuristic tale of a man just trying to get ahead in his career. In other words, let Transpadder Clark Drachte do your dirty work as he manipulates the data to teleport travelers across miles of time and space.
About Sandy Lender
Sandy Lender is a magazine editor by day and author of girl-power fantasy novels by night. She lives in Florida where she volunteers in sea turtle conservation and parrot rescue. With a four-year degree in English and 28-year career in publishing, her successes include traditionally and self-published novels, hundreds of magazine articles, multiple short stories in competitive anthologies, a handful of APEX technical writing awards, a 2019 IMADJINN Best Literary Fiction Novel Award for her #MeToo novel She’s Not Broken, a 2020 IMADJINN Best Short Story Award for Woman Off the Grid, and a 2020 Pushcart Prize nomination for her short story Woman off the Grid. Despite the horrors of 2020, she launched a new title every month of that crazy year…