Book Tour: The Other Times of Caroline Tangent by Ivan D Wainewright

Storytellers On Tour Presents: The Other Times of Caroline Tangent by Ivan D Wainewright

Storytellers On Tour is excited to present The Other Times of Caroline Tangent Book Tour, which will take place from May 26th through June 1st. We have a lovely lineup of Bloggers and Bookstagrammers helping us featuring Ivan D. Wainewright’s Time Travel novel, The Other Times of Caroline Tangent. Be sure to check in all throughout the week for incredible content.

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The Other Times of Caroline Tangent by Ivan D Wainewright

If you could travel back in time to see any concert, who would you go to see?

Caroline Tangent’s husband, Jon has invented a time machine so they can visit iconic gigs in history: Woodstock, David Bowie, Edith Piaf in 1930’s Paris – an inexhaustible bucket-list. But they can’t tell anyone they’re doing so; Caroline’s life as an artist in North London goes on with her friends and family, and their concerts remain a secret.

As their trips to the past continue, they begin to realise how Jon’s invention could change a devastating moment from their own past. And for Caroline, it’s clear that she and Jon don’t want the same outcome.

Until, on a trip to 1978, one of them does something unthinkable which will change both their lives forever.

For fans of Matt Haig, Audrey Niffenegger, Stephen King’s 11/22/63 – or anyone who likes time travel or music!

The Other Times of Caroline Tangent by Ivan D Wainewright

PUBLISHED: May 17, 2021

PAGES: 366 (Print length)

GENRE: Time Travel


CW: Miscarriage, Abortion, Death/Dying, Racism, Sexism, Violence, Disease

POSSIBLE ULTIMATE TOUR EXPERIENCE TICKETS: Let’s get the party started, It’s all about the journey, That ship has sailed, The wings of change, I’m not crying, you are crying

Ivan D Wainewright

Ivan lives in Kent (England) with his partner, Sarah and their neurotic rescue Staffie. Before moving to Kent, Ivan lived in North London, Leeds and Singapore. When not writing, he can be found watching (and occasionally) playing football, running, attending gigs (when that’s possible), arguing over politics and trying to cook. He has been an independent IT consultant for many years, working solely with charities and non-profit organisations.

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