The Time Travel Fun Bundle - curated by Dean Wesley Smith: Time travel fits in any genre and almost every type of story. Everyone seems to have their favorite kind of time travel. I know I sure do, and all the writers in this great bundle do as well.
As a genre distinction, time travel is considered science fiction, but actually it fits in fantasy much better. Diana Gabaldon characters rub a rock and magically travel into the past. Stephen King has his characters go into a closet. All fantasy.
Also, romance writers use time travel as a romantic element in their story, often to bring two characters together. So even though time travel, as a plot device, is considered science fiction, I thought it would be great fun in this Time Travel StoryBundle to show how really diverse time travel stories can actually be.
And it's everywhere.
You can read more about the books here, and make sure to click on each cover for a synopsis, reviews and preview of each book!
Tombstone Canyon by Dean Wesley Smith
"Thunder Mountain by Dean Wesley Smith is one of those reads that defies genre classification. Take some romance, throw in a little bit of historical fiction and add a dash of time travel and science fiction and you have the basis for this interesting story. … The premise for Thunder Mountain is intriguing and will appeal to fans of both historical and science fiction. This is an easy, light read, and I am interested in revisiting these characters on their future adventures."– Fresh Fiction
The Chase by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
"Kristine Kathryn Rusch is best known for her Retrieval Artist series, so maybe you've missed her Diving Universe series. If so, it's high time to remedy that oversight."– Don Sakers, Analog
Backtracker by Jason Koenig
"Wow. This book. What an experience. It's a long one with a long journey. But it kept me enthralled the whole time. This author really gives detail to where the reader feels like they are physically in the story itself. This story had me guessing left and right. Who was the killer? Who was the victim? What was really going on? This is a murder rampage mystery unlike any other. And when I say it's an experience, I mean it. I didn't mind that it was long. I felt like that helped me as the reader really feel every word. And that ending! I didn't see that coming. I love a book that keeps me guessing. And it's open for me. I would like to know more. To see how the future spans out for these characters. I am not giving details on purpose. Each moment of this book is a surprise and I am not going to spoil any of it. This narrator had the perfect voice for the feel of this novel. Overall it's a great thriller that will throw you on a wild ride to figure out what's real and what's something else entirely."– Mary Dean
A Memory of Time by Leslie Claire Walker
"…I really liked Charlie's voice (Fight or Flight is told from his point of view) and the feisty Sunday Sloan he meets in the future. Everything about this story sparkles with invention and gritty truth."– Charles de Lint
Witch of the Midnight Blade - The Complete Series by Kris Austen Radcliffe
"I have avidly read all of the stories in Kris Austen Radcliffe's World on Fire universe, starting at the very beginning with Games of Fate. They are totally fantastic. No surprise that I glommed onto this book, as Witch of the Midnight Blade is set in that universe."– Reader review
Dragon's Blood by Kathryn Kaleigh
"A fast paced, intriguing and heartwarming story of love through time. The author left enough unsaid that one wants for more, yet feels content. A lovely read."– Amazon reviewer
Her Highland Laird by Debbie Mumford
"I'm normally not someone who reads romance novels, but … This one was an absolute treat. Not only did it depict the life in 15th century correctly (well researched…), it evokes emotion very well without using the standard problems of many other romance novels — and that's just what a good romance novel should do. I'll definitely read more by this author."– Reader review
Unexpected Aliens by Annie Reed
"Annie is a master short fiction writer."– Kristine Kathryn Rusch, award-winning editor and writer of The Retrieval Artist series
Pay what you want! You choose how much you want to pay for these awesome books. (Click on each book above to check them out.) You decide how much of your purchase goes to the author and how much goes to help keep StoryBundle running. If your purchase price is $20 or more, you get Tombstone Canyon by Dean Wesley Smith, The Chase by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, A Speculation of Time by T. Thorn Coyle (StoryBundle Exclusive), A Memory of Time by Leslie Claire Walker (StoryBundle Exclusive), Witch of the Midnight Blade - The Complete Series by Kris Austen Radcliffe and Unexpected Aliens by Annie Reed!
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