The new fully updated edition of Time and Again, complete with brand new cover, is now available.
I added a lot of new material and many new characters to the story, including Lucinda, Charlotte’s unflappable friend and fellow Underground Railroad conductor. Joshua, her fifteen-year-old-cousin who wishes he could go off to fight the Rebels in a blue coat with shiny buttons. Sally and her boys Solomon and Little Frank, and Lucky, Andrew, and Wilson, runaways Charlotte harbors in her attic. And then there’s that silent man wearing a slave collar in the dim corner. You’ll learn more about him in the final book of the trilogy, Every Hill and Mountain.
All these characters have stories to tell, and I didn’t want you to miss out on them. So I wrote a short story called Charlotte’s Attic to give you a taste of what’s in the new edition.
Charlotte’s Attic: A Short Story for Reader’s of the Original Time and Again: Charlotte of Miles Station.
If you haven’t read Time and Again: Charlotte of Miles Station, please don’t purchase or read the short story Charlotte’s Attic.
Charlotte’s Attic and much, much more was added to the second, revised-by-the-author edition of Time and Again (the one with Abby on the cover). So instead of reading Charlotte’s Attic, please purchase the completely revised and updated Time and Again.
But if you have already read the original Time and Again: Charlotte of Miles Station…well here’s part of the story you missed—the part about what went on in Charlotte’s Attic…
You could buy Charlotte’s Attic for your Kindle on Amazon for 99 cents. Or…
You could download it for free here.
Once you read it, you’ll be all set to move on to book two Unclaimed Legacy and book three Every Hill and Mountain.
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