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A Quick Tip by Penelope11

  • Mar 28, 2012
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Imagine you could change history. If you could use the knowledge you have today, think what you might share with people who lived fifty, a hundred or more years ago. Would people listen and learn?

Just posted an interview with JM Surra on my blog about his time travel book, Angels and Their Hourglasses. Here's a quick blurb on it...

In "Angels and Their Hourglasses," the protagonist, Ben, has a love of early aviation history learned from his grandfather. One weekend he takes off in his 1938 Waco biplane. A massive black storm cloud soon chases him through the skies. Unable to dodge or outrun it, Ben's plane is tossed around and crashes into a field.

He awakes in the dark to throbbing pain and confusion. The voices and the setting around him are unfamiliar. Yet he recognizes the name of one of them - Zantford Granville, one of the pioneers of aviation. What he doesn't know is how he could have ended up in 1929.

On Thursday I'll post our discussion on putting together an audio book. Drop by for an interesting read at Http://TheWriteChris.blogspot.com
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