Does Time Travel Really Exist?
Of course, it does! And so does tele-transportation, literally ‘long distance travel.’
argue the case. I know I’m correct and I’ll prove it. Just pick up the
right book and start reading. Next thing you know, you’ll be rafting
down the Mississippi in the early 1800’s with Huck and Jim in Mark
Twain’s fabulous book, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn or dodging pirates in the 1700’s in Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.
if your life today sucks—or even if it’s just less than thrilling—and
you want to be somewhere that science and your budget won’t allow, jump
on the TT&T Express. Time Travel & Tele-transportation are yours
for free with a library card or e-book reader. Literally thousands of
books are available every day at little or no cost.
Here’s a time travel story I suggest: Naked in the Winter Wind (marked down to 99 cents for a limited time).
Imagine yourself in the middle of your favorite novel. Maybe you’re an Outlander
fan and want to meet your own Jamie. Ooh. Wouldn’t that be nice? But
you have friends and family in this time. Wouldn’t you feel bad if you
left (some) of them behind? And how appealing would you be if, like me,
you had celebrated several dozen birthdays and never lost those extra
pounds after having a baby or five?
Okay. Let’s make this an ideal
situation before you meet your Mr. Wonderful. We’ll administer some
Fountain of Youth water, toss on a sprinkle of amnesia powder, and voila! The guilt, gut, and wrinkles vanish.
So, what would
happen if an older woman from the 21st century fell into a popular
historical romance novel? The storyline would certainly wind up
different than the original version, wouldn’t it? Evie, our heroine,
finds herself in late 18th century North Carolina with nothing but the
oversized-clothes she has on and a huge case of amnesia. A backpack full
of odds and ends, a huge dog, and a roughed-up man appear in her life.
She knows the backpack is hers, but that’s all she knows. The white man
dressed in Native American garb can barely speak after the beating he’s
received, but she knows he’s different from any man she’s ever met. And
he’s kind of cute, too. Kidnappings, creeps, and cougars appear to
complicate her life further, but Evie’s quick wit and cunning keep her
alive…along with the help from her trusty Leatherman® multitool and a
Here are a few comments by readers of this first book in The Fairies Saga series:
The characters were vibrant, well rounded, and thoroughly believable in a fast paced plot.
book had it all, with romance, anger, hate, love, magic potions going
back thousands of years, and master time travellers. The ending had me
gripping the Kindle and a late – late night.
Don’t rush it – savour it. Highly Recommended.
if early America is not where you want to be, search Amazon for your
ideal time and place and transport yourself to wherever and whenever you'd like, no
airline ticket or hotel reservation required. Click 'Look inside' and
sample the author's style for free before committing money or more time.
option: try Book Bites by The Authors Billboard. There are currently
two volumes with short samples written by fourteen best-selling and award
winning authors: Book Bites 1 (contemporary romance) and Book Bites 2 (romantic suspense). And the best part: both are free to download!
the next time anyone says that time travel does not exist, you know
they just haven't discovered the right way to do it. Feel free to set