The author has enjoyed a lifelong interest in Latin America, especially in the tropical region of Southern México and Central America.
He is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese and has completed a Master of Arts degree in Latin-American Studies, including classes at the University of Veracruz. His wife, Alicia, is bilingual in Spanish and English, having grown up on the Texas border with México.
Other titles by T. W. Brazeau: The Luck of the Maya (a novel); The Goddess (a novel); The Amazon and the Dead (a historical short novel); Christmas Dreaming (a short story); The Haunting of Thanksgiving (a short story); Miss Stapleton and the Vampires (a short short story).
The Goddess is a story of odd science and perhaps a little magic as well; it’s sometimes hard to be sure. Accidental time travel produces adventures the careless scientists hadn’t even imagined and an end result they have trouble believing even when it forever changes their lives and the world around them. But was it for the better or the worse?