The 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day

  I normally mark Remembrance Day each year, but this year is special. World War I, the Great War, was not the deadliest war in history. It wanted wasn’t even the second most deadliest. In a list of total casualties, World War I comes eighth! So why is so much fuss made about World War

There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch

William White   This is another of the guest posts I did for the launch of Bannockburn Binding, for which the original blog site has since disappeared.  As I've mentioned before, the timing is coincidental, but interesting, as I'm releasing two time travel stories early next month (here and here). -- t. I’ve read any

A High-Stress Marathon, Even For Me.

I honestly didn't think I'd manage to pull this off. A few weeks ago, it was brought to my attention that November 11 this year is the one hundredth anniversary of Armistice Day -- known as Remembrance Day by many western countries. As a history nut, I was appalled I had nearly missed this significant

Time travel as tourism…where would you go?

This is another long post that ran in conjunction with the release of Bannockburn Binding (the individual book, not the series boxed set that was released a few weeks ago!). The blog where it appeared has long gone. (Yet I'm still here.  There's a sobering thought.) I'm preserving the post here, instead.  -- t. I’ve been

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The Next Book In The Kiss Across Time Series Is Now Available For Preorder On Amazon

I just finished rereading Kiss Across Tomorrow, as part of my editing and cleanup process, and I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed it.  That seems self-aggrandizing, but I’m very pleased to be able to say it, because when I stopped writing the series a year ago, I had started to get a teeny

Absolutely Stunning Epic Read – Prepare to be Awed!!

The title of this post, by the way, is not something I said, but a reviewer.  :) When I first started inhaling fiction in every second of my spare time, the only books being released were from traditional publishers. Anthologies back then often had a long, in-depth foreword by the editor, and an additional note

Would You Wait Six Years For A Kiss?

This post, just like "Why Time Travel Romances Wouldn’t Work Outside Romance Novels", first appeared on a blog now long gone, as part of the book launch tour for the vampire time travel romance novel, Bannockburn Binding.  -t. I have a love/hate relationship with television series.  I don’t watch live television because the advertisements and constant

Why Time Travel Romances Wouldn’t Work Outside Romance Novels

This post first appeared on a blog site long gone, in 2011, when I first released Bannockburn Binding.  I've reproduced it here because it's a good discussion about time travel (which I am so happy to be back into writing!!) -t. Rod Taylor and Yvette Yvette Mimieux in the 1960 MGM movie The Time Machine

Join My Kiss Across Time Reading Group–as we read up to the release of the next Kiss book!

  On Tuesday, the first official week of the new Kiss Across Time Reading Group gets underway. For the next few months, we will be reading the next book in the Kiss Across Time series every two weeks, leading up to the release of the brand new Book 8, Kiss Across Tomorrow, in November.  (If

Cover Reveal! The Next Kiss Across Time Book!

With preview panes and featured images, social media posts that suck up images, and more, it is impossible to do a full, formal "reveal" that shows off the cover for the very first time.  It's likely you've already glimpsed the cover in thumbnail, just getting to this post. So let's cut to the good stuff.