Confessions of a Time Traveler

Time Amazon

Book 2
Third Street Press
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History's not what it used to be.


Ariyl Moro, the gene-powered Amazon from 2109 A.D., drags David Preston, archaeologist, back to ancient times to help her fix some broken historical events.

But after an epic night together, Ariyl vanishes, leaving David her Time Crystal . . . and a clue that might lead him back to her . . . in the camp of a Mongol warrior princess . . . or a harem in medieval Baghdad . . . or a monstrously mutated 1950s America.


Sci-fi meets romantic comedy...with sword-swinging adventure!


Note to readers: This book makes the assumption that climate change is not a hoax and anyone who thinks it is, is not qualified to be President. If you disagree, this is definitely not the droid you're looking for.

 
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About the author

Doug Molitor is an L.A. native who enjoys traffic, brushfires and earthquakes. He is the author of two series of comic novels: The Time Amazon series (Memoirs of a Time Traveler, Confessions of a Time Traveler, and Revelations of a Time Traveler) and the supernatural rom-com series Full Moon Fever (Monster, He Wrote and Pure Silver.)

He wrote for comedies (Sledge Hammer!, Lohman & Barkley, You Can't Take It With You, Police Academy, Rita's World) and sci-fi/fantasy adventure series (Sliders, Mission: Genesis, Adventure Inc., Young Hercules, F/X) and the western comedy Lucky Luke.

In animation, he cowrote the feature SpacePOP, and was writer and/or story editor for 200+ episodes of such series as The Wizard of Oz, Happily Ever After, X-Men, The Future Is Wild, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures, Sinbad, Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, Class of the Titans, Roswell Conspiracies, Sabrina, Beetlejuice and Captain Planet. For the latter, he won two Environmental Media Awards and was nominated for the Humanitas Prize.

His 2008 musical election spoof, with Hillary and Obama singing "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better" has reached 2.5 million hits on YouTube. He is a former Jeopardy Champ, appearing a total of 13 days on two versions of the show.

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Twitter: @DougMolitor
 

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Third Street Press
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Published on
Dec 24, 2017
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Pages
330
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ISBN
9781948142168
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
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