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For the second stop on my Shimmer of Time blog tour, I’m talking to a time travel agent about the possibilities of booking a trip to the when of my dreams! So many choices – where and when do I want to go? And where would YOU want to go? Hop on over to The Perils of Pauline to discover my favorite time travel trips, and to tell us about your own. Or come back here and leave your dream trip in my comments! And in the meantime, great news! Through the Shimmer of Time popped up to #6 in one of its Kindle categories yesterday, and even made the top 100 in ALL time travel books, including umpteen versions of Stephen King’s 11/22/63 and all the Magic Tree House books.
I’m not usually a Stephen King fan. I think he’s a powerful writer, and I love his memoir/writing book, On Writing, but I’m just not into horror. I read Carrie long ago and that was quite enough for me – until I came across the Langoliers, which was wonderfully eerie but not horrific. So when 11/22/63 came out, I was intrigued. I love well-written historical novels, and I love time travel. Add a serendipitous visit to the library where it was on the shelf instead of on hold for another reader, and I had to grab it. The premise is that there’s a portal in the back of an old diner, and Jake (a high school English teacher) is invited by his old friend to use it. Someone has to go back and stop Kennedy’s assassination, and the friend can’t try anymore. Jake doesn’t want to, but when the friend … Continue reading