Presenting: Of Time and Magic

It wasn’t that time stopped in the library. It was as if it were captured here, collected here, and in all libraries—and not only my time, my life, but all human time as well. In the library, time is dammed up—not just stopped but saved.                                                                                                          ~The Library Book by Susan Orlean

The big day is here with the release of Of Time and Magic, Book Four in the Great Library Series. Of Time and Magic concludes the story begun in Maya and the Book of Everything, when Maya began her fateful journey on that train from New York to Boston and gained possession of the enigmatic Book of Everything.

Already the response has been excellent, and I’ve begun receiving orders.

If you would like to order a paperback copy of Of Time and Magic, this link will bring you to our Hinterlands Press website. Shipping is free in the U.S., and I would be more than happy to inscribe your book.

Even though the ebook is available through Amazon, the paperback book is not yet available through them. Unfortunately, we have been having problems with Amazon, and the issues are yet to be resolved. But Of Time and Magic is available through Ingram, which means that you should be able to order the book at your local bookstore.

Finally, dear blogging friends, you might be interested in knowing that Of Time and Magic is dedicated to you.

Here is what I wrote:                                                                                                       Of Time and Magic is dedicated to my wonderful blogging friends. Because of your support and encouragement, my Great Library novels have traveled all around the world. No small feat for an indie series.

Many, many thanks to you all!

57 thoughts on “Presenting: Of Time and Magic”

  1. Congratulations! Quite an achievement, along with all the other things you accomplish. One small question: is the Susan Orlean quote correct? Seems like she means time is “dammed” up, not damned.

  2. Wonderful news, Laurie — I’m so happy for you! Writing can be hard work, but its reward is seeing all those words, sentences, and paragraphs collected in a real novel. Best wishes for much success!

  3. I am so happy for you, Laurie! I’m delighted your books are available through Ingram: I will indeed buy them from my local independent bookstore. And I love the Orlean quote. I adored her book, and the quote is perfect as an epigram. (The dedication lovely too…)

  4. Huge congrats, Laurie. I have to read the third one first but will get here for the end of the story. A lovely dedication and how wonderful to know that your book has traveled the world. Hugs.

  5. I still remember the suspense on the train in those early pages of your book. The magic is fun, too, and who doesn’t love a library? I’m pleased to hear that book four is already doing well. Congratulations, Laurie, and job well done.

  6. Wowie! This is fantastic, Laurie. And what a lovely dedication. ;- ) Here’s hoping that the winter holidays will find you relaxing and enjoying all good things!

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