Delighted to share the lastest release by Deborah A. Bowman at the end of March 2021 – Delilah Astral Investigator Infinity Series: Episode 2, The Boy Who Would Be King
About the book
As the second Episode in the “Delilah Astral Investigator Infinity Series”, modern teen “Dee”/Delilah Sanchez is wondering why and how she was selected to head this Time-Travel/Astral Projection Team. She certainly didn’t ask for it! In the first Episode, “The Boy and the Shopkeeper”, she had to watch an old man and the boy who loved him like a grandfather kill each other time and time again. It almost tore her heart out!
With the help of the 1774 American Colonial Lord Bartholomew Darnesworth Wharton, III, and her intuitive cat Mollie, they were able to not change history so much but change the way the two people died. The boy became a hero for his community, and the old man’s life was an inspiration to all the children he had helped grow up. In Episode 2, the stakes are much higher! As they travel back in time to 1502, the “change” in the past threatens to destroy Dee’s current reality, turning her hometown into a war-torn British colony awaiting the nuclear bomb that would blow up the whole planet.
What can they do to save the past and the future? The options are few, and the consequences are horrendous. Bartholomew is falling in love with Delilah, but he cannot tell her the secret he must protect at all costs to save their current reality, a reality in which “Bartie” had hoped to take Delilah for his bride. Is that even possible now? Quantum Physics is used to explain how such Time Travel and Astral Projection can be done, perhaps, in our real world.
A selection of books by Deborah A. Bowman
A review for Episode One, The Boy and the Shopkeeper: Delilah, Astral Investigator Infinity Series
Delilah, Astral Investigator: Infinity Series is a fascinating tale of time travel involving, Delilah, a young lady with asthma from present time, her angora cat, Molly, and a young man, Bartholomew, from the old world before America separated from England. These three unusual assortment of detectives of sorts band together to try and change a little bit of history.
In this book, Episode One, the story revolves around a shopkeeper and a boy and what happens to them. The event greatly disturbs Delilah and each night as she falls asleep she relives this fateful event. One night her dreams are different and she comes upon Bartholomew who is about to be murdered. She somehow intercepts and pulls him into her dream and her modern day world where he becomes her friend and her cohort.
The author has created an interesting premise with time travel and how by dipping into history and creating a ripple effect you can change events. This is a fascinating thought if we could only go back in time and change something that we did not like or we we did not do.
This is a creative endeavor by this talented author who plans to write more of these books in this series. It will be fun to go along with Dee and Bartie and Molly to see what they will do next and if they are successful in changing events as they travel through time and place.
About Deborah Bowman
Deborah Bowman has been sharing her stories and poems her whole life–her first poem published in a 4-H magazine at just 12 years old. She loves just about all genres of fiction and collects classical literature. Deborah’s recent selections are close to her heart. She has a passion and a crusade for the headline-driven factual and historical material which she weaves into novels and novellas.
Deborah has a 20+-year history as well as formal education in writing, editing, proofreading, and publishing. She believes strongly in helping first-time and seasoned writers alike create quality books and eBooks at clasidconsultantspublishing.com. She does free reviews and critiques. “Books are timeless; readers are forever.”
Deborah has various upcoming projects, but is always happy to hear from you and connect on social media:
Thanks for dropping in today and it would be great if you could share the news of Deborah’s new book.. thanks Sally.