Posts Tagged: time travel

Garison Fitch comes back in July!!

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Time Travel. What would you do if you woke up married to your high school sweetheart? What if you went to bed married to someone else? And then things get confusing. Coming in July, the most intricate time travel story yet in the life of Garison Fitch!

Third “Edward & Marianne” Book is Out!

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Edward Garrett finds himself washed up on the shore of a foreign land, shipwrecked! As he tries to find his way home, he becomes involved with The People, a friendly—but reserved—people who live along the coast and are being harassed by brigands from the mountains known as the Brazee. Thinking that Marcus has brought him… Read more »

“In the tradition of … “

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I’ve come up with a good ad line for my next novel … “A futuristic fantasy in the tradition of Louis L’Amour!” The people who have read it so far–those wonderful free proof-readers without whom I could not publish–think this is a great idea. You see, the novel is set ten thousand years in the… Read more »

Excerpt from the Next Garison Fitch Novel

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“Why did you walk,” Heather asked, “When we have perfectly good transportation?” Garison, turning his back this way and that in the universal motions of “getting the kinks out” told her, “Because I started the day stiff as a board and thought a bit of a walk would do me good.” “I’m going to take… Read more »

Somewhen

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If time travel were possible, what would you do with it? That’s the question that keeps time travel so popular in fiction. On the one hand, we’d love to do something “big” like go back to Dallas in 1963 and stop President Kennedy from being assassinated—or even further back and keep Lincoln from being murdered…. Read more »

Thanks to Someone

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A big thanks goes out to whoever it is that’s been “tweeting the heck” out of my Library/Store! I try to do it 2-3 times a day, but someone (maybe several someones) has tweeted it about 2000 in the last 48 hours! I haven’t seen an accompanying uptick in sales, yet, but surely all these… Read more »

Need a Read for Kindle or Nook?

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Did you receive a Kindle or Nook for Christmas—or just thinking about buying one for yourself? Now you’re looking to stock up on some excellent reading, right? Some words to carry you through these cold days of winter and into the new year. Look no further! (Or, buy all that’s available here, then feel free… Read more »

Antiquity Past and Present

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In fantasy and sci-fi, one of the things that has always fascinated me is the “lost civilization”. There’s just something about a society that rose to great heights then fell that captures my imagination. Sometimes we know what killed the society, sometimes we don’t, and both venues have their attractions. Even in the “real” world,… Read more »

When the Character is in Charge

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One of the strangest things when writing fiction is to have a character take over the story. You’re writing along just fine and, in your mind, the story is about Mister Smith. Mister Jones is in there, as is Miss Wells. But then, Miss Wells or Mister Jones begin to assert themselves and take over… Read more »

First Draft Complete!

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Just finished the first draft of the next Garison Fitch novel! I may have to stop calling it that, though, because one of the other characters just kept shoving to the fore. But I’m not ready to say, “This is the new _________ ________ novel!” yet. I will tell you this: the novel is about… Read more »