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Dianne Narrol was born in Toronto, Canada, where she started writing stories when she was ten years old. She grew up reading adventure novels like C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and James Clavel’s Shogun. She is a great fan of ‘steam-punk’ classics like Dracula, Frankenstein, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde and often sets her novels in England around the turn of the 20th century.
Dianne is a social scientist, who immerses herself in history and geography. That would explain why she has two degrees in Geography, and why there are such vivid descriptions of terrain and cityscapes in her novels. She also has a thirst for travel and never writes about a place she has never been.
Her first science fiction novel Prehistoric Journey: The First Expeditions was released in 2009, followed by the romantic fantasy When Beowulf Meets Kyla, which was published in 2011. In 2009 she won a short story contest for The Caldeon Collection for her story ‘Kate’s Choice’. Look for her on her website www.dlnarrol.com
While trying to play God ~ All else fails!
Captain Limmerick lives a double life, from working class fisherman to prehistoric explorer. He stumbles onto Dr. Dimitrikov’s faulty time-travel device and travels 10,000 years into the past to find how Megaloceros giganteus came to its demise. When the time travel expedition goes bust, he then time-travels again to try and fix the mess he made, but ends up 40,000 years into the past instead where he is faced with the unthinkable. Captain Limmerick proves his bravery but also realizes he is an ill-prepared time-traveler. While all hell breaks loose he is also caught between the-tug-of-war of two aggressive women.
Worlds collide, as the two lovers are torn apart and sent spinning through time and space. It will take all of Kyla’s feminine ingenuity and Beowulf’s strength of 30 men to discover a way to be together.
This sequel to Prehistoric Journey: The First Expeditions picks up where the first expedition left off. Something tore apart the lifeboat of The Atlantic Mermaid and the crew panicked. Captain Colin Limmerick, a steam-punk version of Indiana Jones, knows that the creature that did this was from a prehistoric time. He is convinced that Dr. Sasha Dimitrikov’s time-travel device widened the passage they journeyed through, allowing prehistoric mammals to slip into their time of 1910. Rosa, Limmerick’s former girlfriend and archeologist, insists there is a pathway that leads to the prehistoric past.