Dreams Of Yesterday

Dreams Of Yesterday is the second volume of The Yesterday Trilogy. The story continues from where the first volume left off.

Tachyonic Time Messaging has led to a development which none of the principal characters had anticipated. This has now changed the present for everyone on Earth, and is set to change the future... but for good or ill? More

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Published: May 27, 2013
Words: 83,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9780957696211
About Tim Beresford

My early career consisted of an eclectic mix of jobs, which included time as a civil servant; an entertainer; a croupier and even a manager of shoe shops. Ultimately, having returned to full-time education to gain a qualification in Information Technology, I spent the bulk of my commercial career in the City of London, working with systems for financial analysis. Despite the challenges offered by the creation of computer software systems, and the fascination of the financial markets, I had always wanted to write; particularly to write Science Fiction. So I was happy when the time came that I was finally able to leave the commercial world behind, and concentrate on my unrealised passion. By the time I came to start my writing project, however, I found myself facing a dilemma. Although traditional 'hard' Science Fiction had always been the most important genre for me; for my reading as well as my periods of speculation; another area of interest had for many years been growing in importance for me. I had become increasingly concerned about the large-scale problems facing our civilisation in the twenty-first century. Problems such as economic instability; increasing population; environmental pollution and climate change. These were matters which I could see would represent the greatest challenges for mankind in the near future. So I came to a decision that was to shape the nature of my writing. I decided that I had to produce Science Fiction which would not only explore possible future scientific discoveries and developments, but would also examine the challenges we face now, here on Earth, and how these might develop in the near future. Thus The Yesterday Trilogy was born; a name which might seem contradictory for a work which is all about tomorrow. But readers will soon see the reason for the name and, I hope, find the 'eco-friendly' nature of this work in keeping with their own aspirations for a better future. I am currently working on a further novel, which follows on from the global situation established in The Yesterday Trilogy

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