Set in the beautiful red rock country of Sedona, Arizona, the science fiction novel Time Hostages adds mystery and murder to extraordinary scientific events. Caught in a time experiment gone wrong, the diverse collection of characters in this novel arrived from different periods in Arizona's colorful history, all trying to survive and get back to their time. The cast of characters comes from ages that covers more than 600 years, from the late 21st Century to Anasazi natives who populated the area before Columbus discovered America. Follow the characters as they try and survive in a time period that none have every seen. A silent film actress from 1920 falls in love with an Army Captain from 1872. A conquistador from 1632 operates video equipment. A mountain man from 1824 fights a prehistoric cave bear. All they want to do is to just go home.Biografía del autor:
Bio for Monica F. Helms • Served in the Navy from 1970 to 1978, on two submarines. • Editor ship’s newspaper for USS Francis Scott Key (SSBN 657) from 1974 to 1976. • Written over 20 short stories, six published. • Short Story “The Phone of Plenty” won 3rd Place in the 1993 Arizona Author’s Contest. • In 1998, science fiction novel Valhalla was published by a small publishing company. The name was changed to Not in Kansas, Anymore. • Have two other science fictions books written, a book about submarines and submariners and an autobiography. • Have several other novels started, including a sequel to Valhalla called The Straits of Hell. • Has a chapter in an anthology called Trans People in Love, published by Haworth Press, Inc. in 2007. • Have articles published in Echo Magazine, Southern Voice newspaper, Washington Blade newspaper, Houston Voice newspaper, Military Equality Alliance (MEA) newsletter, several blogs and Transgender Tapestry magazine. • Has a blog called “Trans Universe,” at www.monicahelms.com/blog. • Regular column in Transgender Tapestry called “. . . And That’s the Way it is.” From 2000 to 2006. • Founder and President of the Transgender American Veterans Association (TAVA) • Creator of the first Transgender Pride Flag, 1999.
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