Welcome to guest author Sherri Rabinowitz

Sherri's book Fantasy Time Inc. has been nominated for a Global eBook Award
 Sherri has been writing since she was a small child. She was inspired by Ray Bradbury and Agatha Christie. She had always loved writing but has had to make a living in a varied number of ways. She worked as an actress, a travel agent and in several forms of customer service. Her passion though has always been writing. She loves and enjoys both reading and writing fan fiction.
'Fantasy Time Inc.'  is a fantasy time travel story with romance.
It is about an agency where you can book a trip but instead of going to Hawaii you go back in time. There are three threads in the stories one follows the tour guide and then the other two follow her guests. There are two periods that we travel to in the book from the past one is the Roaring Twenties and the other is the Civil War. It takes place in the future, but Anne the owner and tour guide also goes on trip to her future.
In the future we as a people will be going through many strange and conflicting changes. We will be traveling and living in space and under water. We will have an even better network of communications and transportation but we will still need to have a vacation and to relax from this antiseptic new environment. People will need an escape and most people dream of the future and the past, because no one romanticizes about their own time.

Snippet from :Fantasy Time Inc.
“I want old fashioned excitement.  I want romance and
adventure and the most important thing of all is I want to be treated
like a real lady. I wish with all my heart to go to the south of
Scarlett O’Hara. The south before the war, the place of beauty and

          “And slaves.” Anne interrupted Heather’s passionate speech,
She was frowning at Heather’s choice. “Forgive me, I’m a
historian and I know the history of that period your selecting very
well. Yes, It might be romantic in an ancient novel like “Gone
With The Wind” ,but the reality was by far less pleasant. I assure
you it was not like Margaret Mitchell’s romantic version.” 

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