Are there time travel fans using Utrecht train station in the Netherlands?
A Crown in Time by Jennifer Macaire is a wonderful piece of historical fiction with a good dose of time travel!
It seems fitting that reading Jennifer Macaire’s “A Crown in Time” was hampered by the Corona virus! A great novel, but the study guide on the final pages brought back unwelcome memories…
Seven Rules of Time Travel by Roy Huff is a fast-paced science fiction thriller – and due for release on 2 July. Till then, there’s a promotion!
A tortoise, a camel and a giraffe. It’s not the start of a joke – could it be the start of time travel?
Golden nuggets of advice which essentially amount to “seize the day!” But is there any truth in them? The presence of consequences might suggest otherwise.
How difficult is it to take a shot of a girl wearing a backpack with text suggesting a muddled reading time line?
I’m not entirely sure for whom this novel is written or what the overall plot is – but it does make me think about the flexibility of the time line.
Some say we shouldn’t hit the snooze button. I disagree! But whether it’s an infinite snooze, or a snooze for just 5 minutes, time compression is needed to make it worthwhile!
It’s breakfast time and my daughter is educating me on the difference between yesterday and today.
A virus, a maths test, cutlery, a clock with a flat battery. And of course, golden syrup! Just a normal morning in the time2timel travel house!
How a broken mug handle can trigger a look back at 2014 and weather predictions.
A common understanding of past, present and future makes for a happy home!
Today is 2nd February 2020, or 02022020 – a number which reads the same forwards and backwards. If dates can run forwards and backwards, can time too?
Sweet smelling roses and a little taste of yesterday today. Will time travel get us into a sticky mess?
How a planned one-way trip to the moon is symbolic of my birth before my time. I should have been born in the future!
Children want the future today! Maybe one day in the future, they will, and I’m sure it won’t be long until they’re teaching us how to operate the controls of the family time machine!
How watching a football match a day late got me thinking about biotechnology as a means of time travel.
I was bombarded with so many thoughts I have no space left! Brilliantly written with a superb time travel component!
The traditional star rating system has limitations. I’m going to try this Galaxy Star Book Rating System instead!
Beyond the Moon brings a war soldier and a lady held against her will in a psychiatric ward together. Ah yes, and there’s a 100 years between them!
A black cave as a time travel portal and 3 alien siblings at ‘its’ mercy. What else is in store?
Jennifer Macaire navigates King Kong, banana skins and the Eiffel Tower to let us know more about her in this interview!
What would happen if time stops? Are we bound tightly to it, or would we continue to slide along the time line with our time inertia? There seems to be some evidence that this may be the case…
“The Road to Alexander” by Jennifer Macaire is brilliantly written with a sense of humour and a main character I love! 🙂
Will the expansion of the universe affect my time at home?
Cars, video tapes and time travel technology. What do they have in common?
I’m living the lucky narrow escape from an alternative outcome my life could have taken. This alternate reality family doesn’t exist – and won’t exist – because I already exist in it!
Mark J. Rose writes Journeyman drawing on his own experience as an equestrian and a pharmacologist. There’s little time travel but the writing is superb!
I wake up in the dark early hours of the morning, and go to bed when it’s still daylight outside. How does daylight saving time give me more daylight?
Ultimate daylight saving time: bears have the right idea about maximising their sunlight time by hibernating through the dark winter months and staying awake for the sunshine! The rest of us are being duped…
Traveler’s HOT L Volume 2 has a solid time travel mechanism (complete with a full description) and short stories of its application and consequences when things go wrong. It’s brilliantly written too!
Despite the recent explosion of time travel stories, time dilation remains an untapped treasure trove. In this guest post from Roy Huff we learn something about time dilation as a trope.
Which is easiest – dropping Matt Miller in Colonial America or dropping a package containing the novels through my letter box?
An Age by Brian Aldiss takes an age to get to the point, and by the time it’s been reached it’s too late.
“Memoirs of a Time Traveler” by Doug Molitor is a novel of 3 halves. I love the writing style and the humour, and the time travel aspect is well thought out!