Time Traveler Moves from Page to old Painting

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Hi members. I just wanted to chime in here and assert that this is a perfect use of this forum, IMO! We welcome Paul's time travel fan fiction, and are glad his offerings can and will stimulate more discussions on the topic making time travel "more real". :)
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Hi members. I just wanted to chime in here and assert that this is a perfect use of this forum, IMO! We welcome Paul's time travel fan fiction, and are glad his offerings can and will stimulate more discussions on the topic making time travel "more real". :)
RMT
Thank you! Here are some quotes from reviews of the 2006 edition ...

"...challenging fun" - Entertainment Weekly

"Da Vinci-esque thriller" - New York Daily News

"...a fun book to read" - Dallas Morning News

"resonates with the current political climate . . . . heroine Sierra Waters is sexy as hell . . . . there's a bite to Levinson's wit" - Brian Charles Clark, Curled Up With A Good Book at curledup.com

"a journey through time that'll make you think as it thrills ... so accessible, even those generally put off by sci-fi should enjoy the trip." - Rod Lott, bookgasm.com

"Levinson spins a fascinating tale ... An intriguing premise with believable characters and attention to period detail make this an outstanding choice... Highly recommended." - Library Journal,*starred review

"Light, engaging time-travel yarn . . . neatly satisfies the circularity inherent in time travel, whose paradoxes Levinson links to Greek philosophy." - Publishers Weekly

"A thinking person's time travel story... I felt like I was there." - SF Signal
 

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Hi Paul . In the story I am writing the library got saved too by agents switching all the scrolls for blanks over a period of time..it was a major project. Not a big part of my novel though just mentioned in passing.
I will look at your book is it available on kindle?
I like to read other time travel novels although I most likely won't get around to reading it for some time.
Hey have you read Up The Line by Robert Silverberg ? A big favourite of mine .
 

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Hi Paul . In the story I am writing the library got saved too by agents switching all the scrolls for blanks over a period of time..it was a major project. Not a big part of my novel though just mentioned in passing.
I will look at your book is it available on kindle?
I like to read other time travel novels although I most likely won't get around to reading it for some time.
Hey have you read Up The Line by Robert Silverberg ? A big favourite of mine .

Yes, Unburning Alexandria is available on Kindle: Amazon.com: Unburning Alexandria (Sierra Waters) eBook: Paul Levinson: Kindle Store

You might also enjoy its prequel, The Plot to Save Socrates Amazon.com: The Plot to Save Socrates (Sierra Waters) eBook: Paul Levinson: Kindle Store

And I'm currently writing the third novel in the series.

Haven't read the Silverberg, but I will, sooner or later.
 

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Hi Paul, good going! I am up to 25,000 words on mine. I seem to have two writing speeds, painfully slow and stop. Haha.
I caught one of your time travel short stories in an anthology last week. I enjoyed it.
 

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Here's a "book doc" about how I wrote The Plot to Save Socrates

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Hi Paul, good going! I am up to 25,000 words on mine. I seem to have two writing speeds, painfully slow and stop. Haha.
I caught one of your time travel short stories in an anthology last week. I enjoyed it.
Glad you enjoyed the story! Hope your writing is progressing well!