Bestselling Time Travel Fiction in 2020
In Times Like These
The Pages of Time: A Time Travel Thriller
In Times Like These
THE TIME STORE: A real time travel page turner with relatable characters and no SciFi Mumbo-Jumbo! Just good old fashioned time travel!
Love Beyond Time: A Scottish Time-Traveling Romance (Morna's Legacy Series)
The Thornless Rose (The Elizabethan Time Travel Series Book 1)
The Secret Truth of Time: A Time Travel / Supernatural Suspense Novel
Buying Time (Legacy Series Book 1)
A Wrinkle in Time (Time Quintet)
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Marking Time: The Immortal Descendants: Book 1
The Time Editors
Excalibur Rising: Book One of an Arthurian Saga
The Genesis Conspiracy
Easton Press Signed Science Fiction COA/Author Card
This article lista information on the Signed First Editions of Science Fiction. Years of publication, certificate of authenticity and inserted author's card are listed.
All of the signed books in the this series have a COA included with the book. However, it was not until item number 106-105 Holy Fire (1996) that Easton Press began to put in the COA that comes with them. The first 104 titles in the series did not come with one..
The short story author's card did not start to be inserted until item # 106-126 Komarr (1998). All of the other titles in this series have had both the author card along with the COA inserted into each novel published since Komarr. (currently up to 106-258--see complete list from my other guide)
Easton Press did not start serial numbering these editions until item # 106-088. For some reason they did not continue this with certain novels and then decided to start again. Below is the list of titles that were the first to be serial numbered:
106-088 The Memory Cathedral (1250 print run)
106-091 Cetaganda (1250 print run)
106-099 Ancient Shores (1300 print run)
Every book published since Ancient Shores has been serial numbered. Although the early titles in this series are not serial numbered the first 40 had print runs of 2000 each and the rest up to item 088 had print runs of anywhere from 1100 to 1500 each. Since item number 106-194 Omega by Jack McDevitt (2003) the print run was decreased to 900 per title and recently in 2020 the print runs have again decreased to only 700 per title. Please refer to my other guide for a complete list of titles in this series. If you have a question about print runs from any book in this series please contact me and I will give you the exact print run total.
Many people have been inquiring as to what books in this series are the most valuable so here are the top 10 or so books that bring in the most money usually: They are not in any kind of specific order.