Walking a Fine Timeline

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The adventures of Dr. Serendipity Brown, the inventor of time travel. She gallivants through the past with her assistant, Sherman, a fast-food worker she found in 1985 and her time-travel consultant, Dr. Wendell Howe, a 27th century temporal anthropologist who has spent far too much time in the Victorian Age. Her two companions do their best to keep irrepressible Serendipity out of trouble. More

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About Jeanette M. Bennett

Jeanette M. Bennett was born in Washington State long, long ago and has yet to find the exit door. She is currently living in the southern fringe of the Scablands of Eastern Washington with her indulgent husband and some furry child-substitutes. Although she has a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Arts, she is a history geek who loves to spout obscure history facts to those who cannot escape fast enough. Channeling that obsession into writing time travel novels seemed far more socially acceptable. Her hobbies include collecting maneki-nekos (Japanese Lucky Cat), Viking wire weaving and drinking tea. Contrary to popular belief, she has been certified sane and normally doesn’t talk about herself in the third person.

For interviews, previews, short stories and links to self-publishing go to www.scablander.com
Also check out Wendell’s blog on his travels in the Victorian Age at: www.wendellhowe.blogspot.com

About the Series: The Adventures of Serendipity Brown
Dr. Serendipity Brown, self-proclaimed mad scientist, invents time travel in 2353. On her test trip she finds Sherman Conrad working in a fast food joint in 1985. She hires him as her assistant. In 1851 she meets Dr. Wendell Howe, a temporal anthropologist from the 27th century who has spent way too many years in the Victorian age and decides he would make a great Time Travel Consultant. The series traces their misadventures as they gallivant through the past.

Also in Series: The Adventures of Serendipity Brown

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Review by: Faith Farley on Feb. 4, 2013 :
Good humor, light reading and great research on issues.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Review by: Josephine Farley on Jan. 14, 2013 :
It is a fun, lighthearted story full of intrigue. Enjoy!
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)

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