Time Travel Tales is a collection of twenty-one sci-fi/paranormal novellas having similar anachronism-style plots and themes, and the work is author Jay Dubya’s thirty-ninth published book. Other story collections by this prolific author are Snake Eyes and Boxcars, Snake Eyes and Boxcars, Part II, One Baker’s Dozen, Two Baker’s Dozen, RAM: Random Articles and Manuscripts, Pieces of Eight, Pieces of Eight, Part II, Pieces of Eight, Part III, Pieces of Eight, Part IV, Nine New Novellas, Nine New Novellas Part II, Nine New Novellas, Part III, and Nine New Novellas, Part IV.
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction-Short Stories, Literature & Fiction, Short Stories & Anthologies, Short Stories
The thirty-five novellas presented in The Psychic Dimension, Part II are works of pure fiction. The stories’ themes deal with various types of psychic and paranormal experiences. Any character resemblance to anyone living on Planet Earth is positively coincidental. In addition, any fictional setting scenario is also coincidental. The Psychic Dimension, Part II is author Jay Dubya’s 45th published hardcover/paperback book.
Other story collections by this prolific author are The Psychic Dimension; The FBI Inspector; First Person Stories; Modern Mythology; Prime-Time Crime Time; UFO: Utterly Fantastic Occurrences; Snake Eyes and Boxcars; Snake Eyes and Boxcars, Part II; Time Travel Tales; Suite 16; One Baker’s Dozen; Two Baker’s Dozen; RAM: Random Articles and Manuscripts; Pieces of Eight; Pieces of Eight, Part II; Pieces of Eight, Part III; Pieces of Eight, Part IV; Nine New Novellas; Nine New Novellas, Part II; Nine New Novellas, Part III; and Nine New Novellas, Part IV.
Enchanta is a fantasy adventure novel for children eight to twelve years of age.
Barbara and David Morgan are flown away from their New Jersey town by a magnificent flying horse.
Wings flies them to Enchanta, where they have been taken to help an old wizard, King Wisher.
Wisher had lost his wishing powers when an earthquake struck his kingdom.
A new barbaric civilization, the Beneathians had come from the center of the earth and had taken over Wisher’s land.
Since Wisher’s wife Queen Hope was captured by the Beneathians, without Hope, Wisher has no confidence in his wishing ability.
Barbara and David locate Wisher’s three magical sons, Changer, Pretender and Inventor.
The brother and sister reunite Wisher with his sons. Then the six conduct a daring raid into Beneathia and rescue Queen Hope.
The three brothers fool the Beneathians in many amusing situations.
In the end, the Beneathians are defeated, Wisher regains his kingdom, and Barbara and David are magically transported back to New Jersey.