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Thursday, February 26, 2015

What do you know about destiny? -Time Winders by Blog Glatnek

16+ From Amazon: "This was such a fun book to read. I really loved the characters. I wanted to be home a time winder! I was very glad of the ending. I'm not saying what it was so I don't spoil it for others. I just hope there will be more time winder books."


Tanya is a beautiful young Time Cop chasing criminals through Time. James is an 82-year old widower. How did these two get stuck together, tracking down a rogue agent? Is someone manipulating the outcome from the future? And what’s with the tea?

Find out how love, loyalty, and friendship can change everything you thought you knew about destiny, in Time Winders.


“Uh, Tanya? Do you ever, I don’t know, run into yourself? In Time?”
“Don’t be silly. There’s only one of me.”
“But, that doesn’t make sense.”
“The way it was explained to us was, there are multiple iterations of Time, but you are a singularity.”
And that was that. But it was only half the equation.
“Look, that brings up something. I get that you travel through Time (he thought of Time as an entity, now, something he could almost touch), but how do you travel through space? How did we go from California at midnight, to Flanders at noon?”
She nodded. “I had to take a course in advanced temporal-fluidics, and it was still difficult to understand. It’s even harder to explain, but … let me use the analogy my professor used.
“When we travel through Time, think of our toes as leaving the surface of the Earth. In fact, that’s why it was so easy for me to carry you along when you were struggling; Time itself pulls us along. Then, as we step, the Earth rotates beneath us. I choose when and where to touch down.”
James sort of got it. He knew the Earth was roughly 24,000 miles around, so with 24 hours in a day you’re moving about 1,000 miles an hour. If you could theoretically float above the surface (without being flung at 1,000 miles an hour when you left), the planet would rotate beneath you. It would be like traveling at 1,000 miles an hour.

About the author:
Tanya, writing under pseudonym of Blog, is a female, living in Southern California. A biologist, writer and medical illustrator. Married.

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nurmawati djuhawan said...

thx u for hosting :)

Anonymous said...

This sounds like an interesting time travel book.

Anonymous said...

I'm the author of Time Winders, if you have any questions.
Tanya Park

Natalie said...

These two are quite an unlikely pair. I would love to read this!

Unknown said...

Thanks for hosting the book tour :)

Unknown said...

Thanks for hosting :)

Jan Lee said...

I like books about time travel. If only..... :)

wendy Hutton said...

sounds like a great read, thanks

Anonymous said...

I'm the author of Time Winders, amd I would like to thank Mythical Books for hosting!

Addendum: I started out as an art major, realized that wasn’t going to land me a job, so I switched to Biology (love being a scientist!) Then, while still in college, landed a position as a Medical Illustrator for the Legal Profession.

You know when you see a courtroom case on television, and there is often a 4-foot board on an easel behind the attorney representing the injury of the plaintiff?

That’s what I do!

Second addendum: Nobody asked about the name, “Blog.” He writes at a future date, and, much like Chase and Hunter became first names, (names which were a noun, or profession, 150 years ago) I realized Blog might actually be a first name 150 years from today.

Unknown said...

Thanks for the giveaway :)

Anonymous said...

thanks for the chance!

Betul E. said...

Looking forward to reading this book