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Why Genealogy and Time Travel are a Bad Match

“If you could go back in time and change one thing in your life, what would it be?” I have the great fortune of having had a wealthy great uncle invest some money into my family’s genealogy. He had 50 beautiful, hard-cover books printed that extends one branch of my family back to the 1400s […]

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Short Story: Larson Atwood and the Stiletto Bureau of Tourism

by Craig W. Turner Sheriff Larson Atwood pulled his big boot down off of his desk. With a thud, it landed on the floor, eclipsing the squeal of his wooden chair as his weight shifted. He might’ve nodded off, but couldn’t tell. He’d been daydreaming about a platter of slow-roasted Tennessee barbecue and then suddenly […]

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Effectively Planning Your Time Travel

“Jack looked at the time device on his wrist. The trip had been successful – July 15, 1956. He had 24 hours to stop the miscreant who had murdered his uncle. But he couldn’t walk around town in his modern-day clothes without showing everyone he was out-of-place. So after emerging from the alley into broad daylight he […]

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Who’s Reality is it Anyway?

In the middle of writing my time travel series, WILTON’S GOLD (Amazon Kindle), I had the opportunity to visit the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian. I was standing in front of General George Washington’s uniform that he wore during the American Revolution and a wave of emotion hit me.

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Challenges of Writing Time Travel

Now that the WILTON’S GOLD time travel series is “out there,” (Writer’s Edge Publishing – Kindle | Nook) and being read, and as people ask me questions about my writing process, it’s been interesting to take a look back at what the challenges were in writing the trilogy. Time travel is a different kind of […]

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