Past Imperfect – Deleted Scene

Sometimes when writing a novel, you have to kill your darlings. And this was the case for me with Past Imperfect.

Ana Espinosa-Lawson is one of my favorite characters in the series. She’s morally gray and goes through quite a journey to find her own happiness. One of her flaws is her skepticism. She doubts Miles’s ability to time travel frequently and causes chaos as a result. In this flashback scene, Ana, whose personality was inpsired somewhat by my favorite dubious character, Dana Scully, shows us just how skeptical she can be. Continue reading “Past Imperfect – Deleted Scene”

Let’s do the time warp again!

Well, the cat is out of the back, so to speak. This August, readers will finally get the exciting conclusion to my 2016 novel, In the Present Tense, the Foreword INDIES Book of the Year bronze winner for Science Fiction.

Past Imperfect picks up where Present Tense left off: with Miles and Bethany on the run from Dr. Branagan, while Miles continues to sort out his feelings for Adam. This time around, though, we get Bethany’s point of view as she grapples with schizophrenia-induced time travel and budding feelings for Michaela.

Look for the cover reveal soon, but in the meantime, be sure to add Past Imperfect to your Goodreads list and catch up on the entire adventure for under $10!

Past Imperfect will be available August 9, 2018 from Interlude Press and all major booksellers.