Jeffrey Goldberg has had a fascination with the concept of time ever since he was a child growing up in the Bronx during the 1950's. He considers himself an interloper in the present and always keeps one foot anchored in the past.
His attraction to time travel movies and fiction began when he saw The Time Machine in 1960. He prefers the novels and short stories of author Jack Finney who uses the convention of time travel in everyday settings without the use of futuristic devices.
Goldberg graduated from Southampton College LIU, in 1974, with a B.A. in English. He moved to Los Angeles in 1977 where he pursued numerous careers from teaching elementary school to teaching golf to working for a national company as a direct mail consultant. In 1991 he purchased his first business and has been self-employed ever since. For the past 10 years he's been selling used books on Amazon.
He currently lives in Carlsbad, CA with his wife Inez and is anxiously waiting for the release of his first novel by Black Opal Books, The Windmill of Time: A Time Travel Memoir, and for the invention of a time machine...at least the last time we checked.
What if you had the opportunity to return to the past in a universe with time travel?
We all have regrets, what “might” have been, “could” have been, or “should” have been, things we wish we hadn’t said or done and things we wish we had.
The Windmill of Time begs the age-old question: can love really conquer time?