I’m just finishing a book of short stories from the Time Travel Diaries of James Urquhart and Elizabeth Bicester which will be entitled The Webs of Time and hope to publish by Christmas.
As usual the stories are narrated by Professor Rolleston who discovered the original diaries and who spent his life, when not hunting fairies, trying to understand their contents and the reasons for their existence.
Entangled in Time
An example of where our reluctant Time Travellers’ time lines have somehow crossed with strange consequences.
A fragment of the diaries where somehow the time travellers are trapped or caught in a temporal eddy.
On Mars the Waves are Really High
In this narration from the diaries we find James and Elizabeth caught in the “The Magic Shop” and sent back to a distant past to avert the destruction of Earth and Mars.
Three Tales Out of Time
The Haunted Mill
A Holiday in Cornwall
If you ever find yourself going out with a Victorian lady and you feel the need to impress her with your romantic skills, I would suggest taking her night clubbing in Hartlepool, camping in Cornwall or touring in the remote parts of France should be immediately crossed off your list.
Three humorous and almost spooky stories from the Time Travel Diaries of James Urquhart and Elizabeth Bicester.
In the Beginning. Or was it?
Here the narrator, Rolleston, describes how he found the diaries
Three of the stories, Northern Nights, A Holiday in Cornwall and the Haunted Mill, previously appeared in Three Tales Out of Time.