Four teens dive into a wormhole and discover more than they ever wanted to about themselves, the nature of love, what some will do for power. Lives are at stake and perils abound in Zoe Hauser’s debut novel!
BUT NOT FOREVER by Jan Von Schleh – Y/A Value & Virtues, Y/A Clean & Wholesome Romance, Y/A Time Travel
When two teens switch places, the lessons they learn are life-changing. Especially since the teens in question are from different centuries. You never know what can happen when you visit a ghost town outside of Seattle! Highly recommended.
The dramatic premise explored in a new novel, Insynnium, is a wild, immersive leap into a world-changing (but fictional) drug. In other hands, what could be a dystopian thriller goes one step further in author Tim Cole’s capable hands. He focuses on the humans who first discover and use the drug and weaves his story with a devilish charm. This is somewhat Bill Murray/“Groundhog Day” territory, a film exploring one man’s reliving a day in his life over and over until he learned new behaviors, new skills and came out of it a better man. Unlike “Groundhog,” Max McVista takes multiple doses of the drug against all advice, then somehow expands time itself in what he calls an “AUE” or “Alternative Universe Experience,” enabling him to spend months and sometimes years becoming or experiencing whatever he wishes. When returning real-time, he’s only missed a day or two. (For E=MC squared fans, it’s basically reverse engineering of Einsteinian physics.) For a man with few basic skills, a drunk who all but abandons his wife and sons, he returns to his family with outsized skills as a musician, entrepreneur, carpenter, medical savant, pilot. Skills he could not have learned in any traditional manner. He lies about how he learned everything, tracing it back to an accident, choosing to bury his drug-induced years of time-traveling across the world, spending concentrated periods exploring whatever he fancies with no time “penalty” in the real world. Of course, it’s not all happy stories [...]
The SELAH BRANCH by Ted Neill – African American Science Fiction, African American Thriller/Mystery/Suspense, Time Travel
Can one person make a difference in decades-long racial injustice in one American town? The answer may surprise you. Highly recommended!
NATURE’S CONFESSION by JL Morin – Time Travel Romance, Science Fiction, Y/A Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
Part sci-fi, part love story, and ALL ecological coming of age novel that spans the universe.
Are there any "do-overs" in life? One man attempts to stop a murder long after it happens! An intriguing, cross-genre mystery that will have readers guessing to the end.
The TIME TRAVELER PROFESSOR, Book Two: A POCKETFUL of LODESTONES by Elizabeth Crowens – Alternate History/Sci-fi, Time Travel, Steampunk
Sherlock Holmes and history aficionados are in for a supernatural whirlwind of events in A Pocketful of Lodestones. Highly recommended.
Imagine being transported back in time only to discover your enemy is already there! Discover what one military unit does to combat an already ferocious foe in a land that will become something other than the history they left behind. Recommended!
The TIME TRAVELER PROFESSOR, Book One: SILENT MERIDIAN by Elizabeth Crowens – Steampunk, Sherlockian, Time Travel
Sherlock Holmes’ enthusiast, Elizabeth Crowens, spins a wild tale riddled with glimpses of stories and themes from the early 20th century. Sure to be a new favorite for Sherlock Holmes’ aficionados!
In a world where love doesn’t conquer all but comes pretty darn close, Kaylin McFarren delivers a sexy and riveting time travel story that delivers a deliciously twisted sci-fi mystery with plenty of danger and romance!