• Scott Prill

2nd Editions are Here!

Hello again – I just wanted to announce that the second editions of Into the Realm of Time and From the Realm of Time have been completed and are now live on the Amazon book website. Both books are in paperback and Kindle formats. Please note that the most recent versions are the second editions.

As I noted in an earlier blog post, that I wrote the second editions to provide a bit more authenticity and a bit better writing to the stories than in the original books. I am proud of the original editions, but one has a narrow scope of time and opportunity to improve what one does in life, and that is what I tried to do with the second editions. Of course, I will leave it up to the readers to decide which edition they prefer.  

I would like to thank Nicky Galliers, the London based editor, who was my inspiration to do the second editions and provided invaluable contributions. A second thank you goes to Lindsay Pietenpol for all the typing, proofreading, and final editing she conducted. And thank you to my wife Marcie for her comments on the draft of the second editions.

The reader will note that the second editions are about the same length as the first editions, page wise. However, I must note that the books have been shortened word-wise, particularly Into the Realm of Time. I just liked the somewhat larger print in the second editions. I believe that goes with aging eyesight.

So enjoy and please let me know if you have comments. In the meantime, stay well.

It is now time to start the next writing adventure.


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