Ages of Invention

The Ages of Invention Series is a series of sci-fi historical romance novels (with elements of steampunk) that take place in years of scientific history. The characters travel through conscious time scientifically using quantum computers, past life regression techniques, and something called the flow (Algonquin-speaking Native Americans call this flow “bimijiwan.”) The first book in the series (just freed up for publication by the author) is Entangled which highlights the scientific history year of a Scotland of 1717). The hero and heroine are from a futuristic society that invents the Q, a time-traveling/consciousness-traveling machine. The hero is from the science/rationally minded sector of society, the heroine from the spiritual side. They go back into the past to find themselves caught in all kinds of mischief.   The second book in the series Fly Like An Eagle which highlights the scientific history year of 1824 Philadelphia, stars a half-blood Delaware Native and a well-brought-up heroine, a tomboy, from Philadelphia High Society. The Q developed and run by Sophie, the Electress of the House of Hanover from the first book, plays a major role in this story when the hero takes the heroine across a threshold between worlds with the power of his Flow, the motive force of the Sophie’s Q. The new world is a Victorian London into which the Electress has saved Native Americans from starving, witches/alchemists from burning, and scientists from time quakes in the past, caused by the very time-traveling devices she operates. The heroine is brought into this steampunk world of invention in order to stop an ultimate time quake by choosing the world of science over that of spirituality or visa versa.

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