In the groove. In the zone. A period of intense focus and high performance that feels effortless. Flow.
In a near future Toronto, a naïve young scientist named Kel invents a device to produce the mysterious state of 'flow' on demand, hoping to unleash humanity's creative potential on our greatest problems. But the prototype she invents to record and then play back the neurological and physiological states associated with flow can be used to record other mind-body states. Her prototype is stolen, duplicated, and put to use for an astonishing range of causes, some good, and some very bad.
As Kel struggles to regain control of her device, it threatens to destroy her legacy and upend the lives of several others, until all uses of the technology converge on the most unexpected and unintended consequence of all.
About the Author
Chandra Clarke wears many hats, sometimes all at once, which makes it hard to get through doorways. A recovering/relapsing entrepreneur, she founded the editing company Scribendi.com, which was acquired in 2017. She will also admit to having been a freelance writer, with publishing credits in places like Popular Science, Canadian Business, and yes, even Voice of the Kent Farmer. Chandra has an MSc in space exploration studies, which she got solely so she could say "As a matter of fact, I am a rocket scientist." She recently finished a PhD, because she's something of an academic masochist. Chandra she's a mother to four kids and two dogs, and wife to Terry Johnson, the best British import since the Aston Martin. Chandra thinks her family is pretty awesome, but she might be biased.