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
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
Monique Martin is my special guest this month, as part of the Time Travel theme for the month, and to celebrate the release of the time travel novel Celtic Crossing that will be out in a few days. Monique is an Amazon #1 Best Seller in Time Travel Romances – not just once, but several
January is Time Travel month here on the blog, which mysteriously coincides with the release of Celtic Crossing in a couple of weeks - book 5 and the last book in the Beloved Bloody Time series. I thought I would bring forward some of the time travel posts I've written over the years, to whet your
All Of Time And The Whole World, Too When you're writing time travel novels, deciding where and when in history your main characters are going to travel back to can be an overwhelming decision. After all, the author can pick any time in history -- that's about twelve thousands years of human history, right there.
I've been running this blog for a long time. If you include the occasional break from blogging, and the times when my site host shut me down for too much traffic (yes, they can do that), then I've been blogging since 2005. Most of the older posts are now articles on the Articles pages. Out
I've been immersed in time travel stories lately. As I write this post, I’m teetering on the very edge of finishing Beloved Bloody Time 4. It now has a name: Spartan Resistance. (And as I post this post, I'm finished!!) Any guesses who the Spartan is the title is referring to? BBT readers will know
Please take note of the date of this post! If you’re reading this somewhere in the future, the book is probably no longer available for free and I don’t want you to be disappointed. Check the date line! :) _____________ The first book in my Sherlock Holmes series, Chronicles of the Lost Years, is free
Please take note of the date of this post! If you're reading this somewhere in the future, the book is probably no longer available for free and I don't want you to be disappointed. Check the date line! :) _____________ Carson's Night is the first book in the vampire + gargoyle series, The Stonebrood Saga.
Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is the most remote city in the world, at the southern end of the biggest state in Australia. Even further south, tucked away at the far southern toe of the state, inside a national park, is a small former timber-town; Margaret River. Because hardly anyone ever goes to Perth