I'm proud to have two stories included in this new anthology produced by The Dorset Writers Network.
Mine are flash fiction stories for adults, but I was really impressed by the contributions from teenagers from several schools in Dorset.
I especially liked "The Roman Hill," by Alfred, who has written about a boy called Luke who goes to Hambledon Hill to fly his kite, and is connected to the past by something he finds there.
In the Abbotsbury series of books that I am writing, I have found it hard to explain how my character is able to time travel and have adventures in the past. Does there always need to be some device e.g a wardrobe, to help characters transition? What other methods do you like/have you used effectively?
This Little World: Stories from Dorset is available now from http://amazon.co.uk
Karen lives and works in Bridport Dorset. She is currently working on her third book in the Abbotsbury Series, books for children aged 8-12.