Sunday, September 1, 2013


Time Travel in September -

This month, on Marva Dasef's blog, The Cellophane Queen, you'll discover some modern writers who want to present their concepts of time travel and alternate histories for your reading pleasure. They all have things to say about how they came up with their ideas. Maybe you'll be reading the H.G. Wells, Mark Twain, H. Beam Piper, Andre Norton, Robert Heinlein, or other greats who all had something interesting to say about the subject.

I invite you to visit throughout the month of September to find your new favorite author. Who knows? It could happen or it already happened if you believe time travel is possible.

Here's a list of  upcoming guests who collectively know just about everything on time travel and alternate history:

Pat McDermott: Irish kings still rule the Emerald Isle...and a princess is in trouble.
Renee Duke: The two little Princes in the Tower disappeared five centuries ago – so what are they doing in our time?
Sherry Antonetti: “Everyone thinks they know what happened in the Trojan war and afterwards, but no one ever bothered to ask me.” –Helen of Troy
Richard Levesque: What if all you had to do to make your dreams come true was violate the laws of the universe?
Penny Estelle: Billy Cooper shrugs off a history assignment until he comes face to face with a 14th Century legendary hero!
Heather Albano: Time travel via a timepiece? If you get the right one.
Pippa Jay: Space, time, sexy. What more can one say?
Penny Ehrenkranz: Lindsay Baker’s purchase of an antique mirror sends her back in time to salvage a love torn apart by class restrictions.
Marva Dasef to fill in the gaps with an Alt History story and using a wormhole to travel between worlds without taking any time at all.

These are some great stories.  Don't miss this.  There just might be some giveaways!


  1. This is a great lineup of SF/F stories dealing with either (or both) time travel and alternate history. Since I'm trotting out the blog, I'll be filling in where needed and I might have some more surprise guests show up. Now what was Stephen Hawking's twitter handle?

  2. Hey, time travel is fun to write. Two of my Muse books are time travel. "Ten Years" is an SF story, while "Change Partners" is paranormal time travel. And I have a bunch of time travel short stories published here and there.

    I also have a writeup on various aspects of time travel I did for someone's blog a year or two back, it there is an opening and you want to reprint it.

    And I must mention what I think are the two greatest time travel stories ever, both by Robert Heinlein ... "By His Bootstraps" and "All You Zombies."

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