Modern Time Travelers do What Comes Naturally in the Roaring Twenties in Adventure Tale, Time Warped Travelers

Armed with legal pot and coke and knowledge of the future, two young time travelers do what comes naturally in 1920s Ohio. Sex, drugs and jazz rule the day in Robert Westfall's Time Warped Travelers.

Bridgeport, OH, January 06, 2013 --( What if you knew then what you know now? Delighted with the legality of marijuana and cocaine, and armed with knowledge of what the future holds, time travelers Thomas Evans and Elizabeth Howard do what comes naturally to healthy, young adults in the 1920s. Sex, drugs, booze and jazz rule the day in Robert Westfall's adventure, Time Warped Travelers, published by Outskirts Press.

It's high times in Blainesville, Ohio. Thomas and Beth are willingly locked into the year 1922, when pot and coke were legal, while alcohol was not but flowed freely nonetheless. There, they indulge in the recreational substances of the day – and each other – while borrowing their inside knowledge from 2012 do what must seem impossible. Bringing back modern science, the two work to save Beth's mother from a fatal disease, and use pre-Black Friday stock information to spare her father's orphanage from the effects of the crash.

Well-researched and written with no small measure of humor, Time Warped Travelers should please readers with affinity for the past and tolerance for a saucy read.

Time Warped Travelers can be ordered by retailers or wholesalers for the maximum trade discount price set by the author in quantities of ten or more from the Outskirts Press Direct bookstore at The paperback is available worldwide on book retailer websites such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble and is being aggressively promoted with a focus on the fiction and action/adventure categories.

ISBN: 978-1-4787-1857-4 Format: 6 x 9 paperback Retail $11.95
Kindle: $1.99 Nook: $1.99 Genre: Fiction/Action & Adventure

For more information about Time Warped Travelers, see the author's Outskirts Press page at, or contact Robert Westfall at 740-582-0118 or

About the Author: Robert Westfall is a retired over-the-road truck driver who developed a passion for writing fiction eight years ago. He has been published in the ezine Crime and Suspense and in Trucker’s News Monthly in August, 2008.

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