AUTHOR OF THE WEEK February 22, 2020
(Bestselling Author of Supernatural, Ghost, and Horror)
“That which you believe becomes your world.”
“I think we’re yearning for something beyond the every day. And I will tell you I don’t believe in the supernatural, I believe in the supernormal. To me there is nothing that goes against nature. If it seems incomprehensible, it’s only because we haven’t been able to understand it yet.”
Richard Matheson (1926 — 2013) was an American author and screenwriter. He is best known for his novel What Dreams May Come, and I am Legend, a 1954 horror novel that has been adapted for the screen four times. He sold his first story, Born of Man and Woman to The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1950, followed by Third from the Sun (later adapted for the television series The Twilight Zone). From 1959–64, he wrote 14 episodes for The Twilight Zone, with two more adapted from his stories; also contributed to many Western and fantastic television series including Star Trek (The Enemy Within, 1966), His Collected Stories was published in three volumes in 2003–05. Matheson won the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement in 1984 and was inducted into Science Fiction Hall of Fame 2010.
Readers, Somewhere in Time is one of my favorite ghost/time travel/romances. Even today, this novel can hold up as a fascinating study in mystery, love, and the power of desire. The film is also an excellent choice with Christopher Reeve, Jane Seymour, Christopher Plummer.
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