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In our busy world of meetings and microwaves, car radios and cellphones, people always wish they could get an extra hour in the day. But what if they could? Doorways to Extra Time is an anthology that explores ways to get extra time (be it an hour, a day, or a decade) and the impact it would have--whether upon a single life, a family or an entire world.
Paperback, 234 pages
Published August 27th 2013 by Spencer Hill Press (first published August 13th 2013)
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Ira Nayman
Jul 13, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
I like Spencer Hill Press anthologies. The stories they contain are usually full of surprise and delight, which are the two main characteristics I look for in my reading. As well, they are handsomely designed, which makes them nice to look upon.

And, I’m not just saying that because I have a second short story in a Spencer Hill anthology (although I am admitting this up front so cynical readers can adjust their expectations of this “review” accordingly).

Their latest collection is called Doorways
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Martin
Jul 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Who knew there were so many doorways to time? Actually, time being what it is, I suppose there should be an infinite number, but the 20 here offer as diverse a selection of entry points as we could want.

Let’s immediately get out of the way the awkward fact that the anthology includes a story by me. We can skip quickly over that, except to say I think it sits quite comfortably here, which more than anything is a testament to attentive and conscientious editors Anthony Francis and Trisha Wooldridg
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Jul 11, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
A great mix of stories in just about every imaginable style. It's impossible not to find several to love.
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I read Erica Cameron's story and loved it so much that I need to buy the entire book now! Review soon once I can get this baby in my hands!
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