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Paul Jones (PaulAntonyJones) | 38 comments I’ve been writing in one form or another for well over 25 years, as a journalist, short-story writer and freelance copywriter. I guess now I can add author to that list.

In May of 2011, I released Towards Yesterday. It’s my first novel, and pulling in some pretty decent reviews.

I just signed a contract with Nevermet Press to publish one of my short stories (21st century Man) as part of their Stories in the Ether anthology.

I live in sunny Nevada with my wife, four dogs and God-knows-how-many eight legged critters that seem to find their way into our house on a daily basis.

Here's the blurb for Towards Yesterday

Word count: 74,000

What would you do if you suddenly found yourself twenty-five years in the past? For the nine-billion people of the year 2042 it's no longer a question ... it is a reality.

When a seemingly simple experiment goes disastrously wrong, James Baston finds himself stranded alongside the rest of mankind, twenty-five years in the past. A past where the old are once more young, the dead live and the world has been thrust into chaos.

Contacted by the scientist responsible for the disaster, James is recruited to help avert an even greater catastrophe. Along with a team of scientists, a reincarnated murder victim and a frustrated genius trapped in her six-year old body, James must stop the certain extinction of humanity. But if the deluded leader of the Church of Second Redemption has his way, humanity will disappear into potentiality, and he is willing to do anything to ensure that happens.

A serial killer, a murder victim, a dead priest, and James' lives are all inextricably bound together as they plummet towards an explosive final confrontation, the winner of which will decide the fate of humanity.


Towards Yesterday by Paul Jones


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