See Ya Tomorrow
Desperate to stop a tragic event in her past, a quick-witted security expert travels back to her first day of work at a low-rent time travel agency, and attempts to hijack her younger self’s life.
B. S. attended the University of South Carolina (the other USC) and graduated with a Liberal Arts degree in Media Arts. While in college, B. S. won the Havilah Babcock Short Story Prize for his short story “Guts,” in which a high schooler tries to stop his best friend from committing suicide.
After college, B. S. moved to Los Angeles with his wife.