Biomedical engineer entertains young adults with science adventure novels!
Growing up, I was one of those kids that did not enjoy books. I remember having reading assignments in school and I’d count the pages to the end of the chapter assigned—it was definitely a chore. Then I read A Wrinkle In Time¸by Madline L’Engle. I was completely engrossed in the story. Before I knew it, I had finished the book and subsequently became an insatiable reader. Years later, I re-read the book and relived not only the wonderment of the story from when I was younger but also appreciated it on an entirely new level as an adult. It was A Wrinkle In Time that inspired The Time Cavern. I wanted to write a book that featured everyday kids, not the jock or the beautiful girl. A book that would let them experience something as grand as their imaginations—but be real. Like Madeline L’Engle, I wrote it as a piece that does not talk down to young adults, but rather challenged their intellect while being entertaining.
Mishawaka, IN USA
The Time Cavern is currently listed on http://boomerbookseries.com/RecommendedFiction.php as one of the top 10 recommended fiction books in 2008!
The Time Cavern
Play the webquest and watch the trailer on the official site for The Time Cavern series.