Walking the Stones of Time: As Our Ancestors Lived, We Live

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Author Oswald Brown blends Scottish history, fantasy and social activism in new novel

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These people existed and left their signs of being here, not only on the strange standing stones we pass daily without seeing them, but in the customs and the way they lived.

History doesn’t repeat itself, but oftentimes it rhymes.

In “Walking the Stones of Time,” retired teacher Oswald Brown weaves his talent for fantastical storytelling into a tale of two lovers separated by social status and treachery in primitive Scotland.

The story unfolds as a young man makes it his mission to free a beautiful young girl from slavery. What follows is an adventurous story of deceit and betrayal overcome by courage, resolve and fidelity despite overwhelming odds.

A native of Scotland, Brown’s story was inspired by the medieval castles and towers that still exist in the country today.

“This is a fantasy of time that might have been,” Brown said. “These people existed and left their signs of being here, not only on the strange standing stones we pass daily without seeing them, but in the customs and the way they lived.”

Through his book, Brown hopes to shine a light on the slave trade, emphasizing that slave labor and human trafficking are still prevalent in the modern world.

“As they lived, we live, trying to avoid some of the same scourges of society,” Brown said. “Perfidy or fidelity? That is the question my story asks readers.”

For more information, visit http://www.walkingthestonesoftime.com.

Walking the Stones of Time
By Oswald Brown
ISBN: 978-1-4990-6910-5
Available in hardcover, softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris

About the author
Oswald Brown is a retired high school teacher living in Burlington, Ontario, who immigrated to Canada from Scotland at age 29. Brown enjoys writing fiction and fantasy stories with a deeper message and meaning, and engaging with readers at all levels.

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Jennifer Uebelhack
317.602.7137
juebelhack(at)bohlsengroup.com

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