To continue my series of blogs on new authors living in Suffolk, I am delighted to introduce Julie Lovett and her debut novel The Prophet and the Time Traveller. 400 more words
Tags » Time Travel Fiction
About The Memory Painter
• Paperback: 336 pages
• Publisher: Picador (July 5, 2016)
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What if there was a drug that could help you remember past lives?
“‘Come, I’ll walk you back to where we found you, and then you can show us where your home is.’
‘That’s a great idea. Yes, please, and then I’ll let you meet my moms and you’ll see that I don’t need a psychiatrist.’ 764 more words
What do you love about being an author?
I love writing. I love getting a scene down on paper, complete with everything: who’s fiddling with the focus ring on her camera, what it actually felt like to sit in a seat at the old Fillmore East (where the best rock and roll bands played in New York City in the 60’s), what it’s like to have your first sip of wine. 652 more words
Harry August is reborn, ad nauseam, as the same person, in the same life, at the same point in time. As per the book’s title, the novel relates the salient details from his first fifteen lifecycles, but the narration is not chronological (the novel’s first sentence is from his eleventh life). 404 more words