As a working author, I've followed -- with more than a little interest! -- various publishing experiments and emerging sales channels. One of those experiments is the freestanding novella. What had been an impractical story length has become, in the era of ebooks and print-on-demand, eminently doable.
And so: on to my experiment and breaking news ...
Or as the publisher puts it:
Where are all the time travelers? After all, if it is possible to
move between past and future, shouldn't someone from somewhen in
all the infinite reaches of the future have visited by now? The
good news is, there are answers to those questions. But then,
there's the bad news....
In the meantime, here are some other questions to ponder. What if
a man could go forward in time to learn about the future—and then
backwards in time to correct a dreadful mistake? But what if going
back in time was, in and of itself, the most terrible mistake
Could a life's journey that started off bending—and breaking—a few
real estate laws really wind up ending life as we know it? That
would have to be impossible. Or would it?
Previously published as "Time Out," this mind-bending story will
keep readers guessing until the final page.
Includes the bonus time-travel story "Grandpa?"—one of Edward M. Lerner's most
If you've wondered what sort of fiction I write -- but not cared to experiment at book length (and cost) -- A Time Foreclosed may be just the experiment for you, too.
A Time Foreclosed for the Kindle
A Time Foreclosed print edition at Amazon
(Available in additional ebook formats -- check your favorite etail outlet.)