I’m thrilled to announce publication of my second Time Travel novel, “The Going Back Portal.” This one features a producer for a TV investigative news team who travels back to 1840. There, along the banks of the Broad River in rural Georgia, she interacts with a young Cherokee Indian woman. As usual, there’s a dollop of romance – or two dollops in this case – and some important issues that Kathryn and Forest Water must deal with. There are also some grandmothers who play an important role in the story.
My first Time Travel novel was a Young Adult book called “The Time Telephone.” In that story, characters didn't travel through time, but rather called through time. “The Going Back Portal” actually involves visiting the past.