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FICTION / Romance / Suspense
Mar 05, 2012
Books by Michael J Bowler
What is your destiny?
This question haunts 20-year-old Jamie Collins. A junior
at Santa Clara University in 1986, Jamie has friends, a professor
who mentors him, and a promising future as a writer.
Then the dreams begin - nightmarish visions that
transport him back to a time and place fifty years before
he was born: Titanic’s maiden voyage in 1912! Less than a
week before the 74th anniversary of its sinking, Jamie
discovers that his fate is inexplicably linked to that of the
famous vessel. Somehow, the two timelines are overlapping,
and when Titanic dies this time, Jamie will die along with it.
The dreams reveal something evil stalking the ill-fated ship,
something that expedites the collision which sinks her. Jamie
realizes that the only way to stop this evil and prevent his own
death may be to prevent Titanic from sinking in the first place.
But how? How can he stop that ship from sinking in 1912
when he hadn’t even been born yet? And even if he can
stop it - should he? What will be the effect on history if
he succeeds? Jamie’s quest to fulfill his destiny ties friends
and family together in ways he could never have imagined.
"A Matter of Time" is an emotionally charged voyage
into the value of friendship, the power of love, the impact
of evil, and the vagaries of Fate.
About Michael J Bowler
Michael Bowler grew up in San Rafael, California and attended Santa Clara University. Titanic and her tragic fate have fascinated him for as long as he can remember and he has a vast collection of artwork, memorabilia and virtually every book ever written about the disaster. He majored in English and Theatre in college and got a master’s in film production. He partnered with two friends as producer, writer, and/or director on several films, most notably “Fatal Images,” “Dead Girls,” “Hell Spa” (later re-edited and titled “Club Dead”), “Things” and “Things II.” He has been teaching high school in Hawthorne, California for over twenty years. He’s written a number of unproduced screenplays and his first novel, “A Boy and His Dragon,” was published in 2011.