Detours in Time, my latest book about two friends and their time travel adventures/mishaps, now has 15 reviews on Amazon! You can preview it at this Universal link: https://bookgoodies.com/a/B0711ZW6XF The most recent was a four star review, which really brightened my day, since I have struggled with sinusitis for a good week now! I even cancelled my plan to try a book signing this month. 😦
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Now, as for those reviews, thank you to Joel Thimmell for the four stars: “I enjoyed this offbeat time travel adventure. The main characters, Pinky and Milt, are quirky and charming with an endearing cuteness in their super-slow-motion romance. The tone is light and humorous and the heroes’ encounters with future technologies are primarily played for laughs.
Unfortunately, in accordance with the unwritten (yet apparently iron-clad and unbreakable) law of time travel stories, some action by any and all time travelers MUST alter the flow of history in potentially disastrous ways. At this point, the tone becomes somewhat somber and the fun quotient drops precipitously. Nevertheless, fans of the genre will appreciate Milt and Pinky’s heartfelt efforts to undo the damage they have caused.
My chief complaint about “Detours in Time,” was the abrupt ending. I know that it’s just the first book in a planned trilogy but for me each book needs to stand on it’s own with a fully satisfying ending. I also know that is extremely hard to pull off.”
Then there’s this, from Dianne at Tome Tender Book Blog (http://tometender.blogspot.com)
4.5 stars (rounded to 5) “In the spirit of the most adventurous of explorers, Professor Milton Braddock and his best friend, the feisty Tabitha (aka: Pinky) travel through time conducting scientific studies of the eras they visit. An unlikely pair, their personal takes on what they witness and their witty repartee makes Pamela Schloesser Canepa’s DETOURS IN TIME a great way to spend a few hours in both another world and another time!….”
Please go to the Universal link and preview the book and reviews. Detours in Time is also free on Kindle Unlimited as well as available in Kindle and in paperback! Thank you to those who have read or who are reading my first full-length novel, Detours in Time!