Jennifer Macaire navigates King Kong, banana skins and the Eiffel Tower to let us know more about her in this interview!
In this author interview we find out more about Howard Loring – creator of Epic Fables and Tales of Elastic Limits.
Scott Eric Barrett has published more than fifty articles for various newspapers, history magazines, and educational publications -and the author of time travel novel “The Guttersnipes”. how did he manage it?
In this author interview Les Lynam tells us how he reacts when his mother in law sums up his first time travel novel as “weird”. I didn’t think so – what did Les make of it?
Patricia Smith is currently busy with her sequel to her time travel novel, Time Split. As well as time travel, Patricia’s written novels in other areas of science fiction – and the end of the world!
Jim Cronin is a “Science Edutainer” and the author of Hegira. Jim tells us more about The Brin Archives – and how he’d react if he met himself as a clone!
CR Downing (Chuck) has a brilliant time travel mechanism in “The Traveler’s HOT L” where personal time lines are described as threads which are woven together to form a fabric of time. In this interview Chuck gives us more insights into his reasoning.
One of the many features which sets “Crossing in Time” up on its pedestal is how it draws on the author’s immense knowledge of science fiction. CIT has a feast of juicy time travel ideas, scientific concepts and gadgetry; Deb clearly knows her stuff!
The author swirling up the time travel waters is Stewart Bint, and in this interview Stewart fills us in on a few more details behind the time travel mechanics and the characters in Timeshaft and his thoughts for the future.
I love Sherrie’s powerful writing style and how she melds many concepts from many fields into her 46.Ascending series of unique novels! Here’s our interview!