SCI-FI Best Scene Reading of A VOYAGER IN CHRONOSPACE by Lisa Kirkwood

In the 21st century, by the old chronology, planet Terra went through radical changes that caused the landmass and the oceans to merge and realign into a new geography. This event is known in the history of New Terra as “The Ascension’’.

Many people didn’t live through it; some were rescued by friendly extraterrestrials, others were enslaved by hostile aliens and displaced them to distant planets that would serve as hard labor colonies. One of the captured Terrans, a miner named Vis N 91,077 escapes slavery and returns to his planet of origin.

He goes beyond frontiers, crosses the galaxy and meets new friends – Terrans and aliens; aboard their ships, he tours worlds. Spacetime traveling is now available to Vis and he becomes a well-trained chronotraveler.

From the Moon to the Earth, from the future to the past and back again, Vis discovers his native world anew. When he realizes that, in order to save his own future he has to change everyone’s past, he sets out on a personal journey in an attempt to alter the course of history.


Narration – Norma Dawn Dunphy
Jeanie – Katelyn Varadi
Vis – Omar Aufi

Writer Biography – Lisa Kirkwood

The author of The Terran Chronicles: A Voyager in Chronospace, Lisa E. Kirkwood is a native of Romania who moved to USA in 2004 where she has lived since.

In 2002, she graduated from college with a Bachelor’s degree in foreign languages, majoring in English and Italian.

In the good tradition of European education, many college graduates are fluent in more than two languages. A “citizen of the world”, multilingual and multicultural, and a champion of diversity, Lisa E Kirkwood has approached a number of foreign cultures and has traveled through Europe and the eastern part of the United States.

For years, Ms. Kirkwood has been a reporter, editor and reviewer for online newsletters, articles, interviews and business letters. Since 2016, she also became a member of American Writers & Artists, and of Professional Writers’ Alliance.

The extensive communications and writing experience in the American corporate environment prompted Ms. Kirkwood to open new horizons.

With reading and writing as main hobbies, and a keen interest in photography, video and film making, in 2009, she founded Lisa Kirkwood Productions, LLC – Entertainment and Literary Arts, for the purpose of creating and promoting high quality material in many genres and formats while preserving the artistic vision of the original authors.

A recent entertainment product of this LLC is The Terran Chronicles: A Voyager in Chronospace, a SF movie-and-book script, self-published by the author in 2017. Accessible on Google, Amazon, Facebook and IMDb, the script is available for online and retail sales through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other vendors. The project short link on Amazon is:

What if you could travel at will anywhere in space and time? Where would you go first? Would you like to live in the future and change the past? Alter the course of history altogether?

A former citizen of Planet Earth, who was enslaved along with others by hostile aliens, escapes slavery and travels through space and time trying to alter other people’s past in order to save his future and change the course of history.

A Voyager in Chronospace is the first part of The Terran Chronicles, a series comprising four projected screenplays, four derived books in various stages of development, and a TV show on time traveling, aliens and UFOs. This is a chronospace opera for global audiences and a cross between Star Trek, Stargate and Dune.

Stories have multiple possibilities of expansion and can branch out in many directions. The screenplays are in the science-fiction genre and suitable for multimedia platforms; the derived books are science-fiction, fiction and non-fiction. Created for the book and the movie market, as well as for other entertainment venues, besides feature films, “The Chronicles” franchise can include derived works in different genres and formats – comic magazines, graphic novels, animated movies, video games, etc.

Writer Statement

If you have nothing to lose if you try and everything to win if you succeed, why not give it your best shot?


Producer: Matthew Toffolo

Director: Kierston Drier

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: Kimberly Villarruel

Camera Op: Mary Cox


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