I suggest for your reading pleasure the Myrddin's Heir young adult fantasy series by Rave Reviews Book Club author Robin Chambers. I've read two so far and found them well worth the 99 cents and, more importantly, the investment of my reading time. I hope you will enjoy them as well. http://www.myrddinsheir.com/index.html
Introducing Jan Hawke and her debut novel Milele Safari http://www.theomnivore.com/author-pitch-milele-safari-an-eternal-journey-by-jan-hawke/
Introducing inventor & author of the novel Babe Driven, Lizzie Chantree http://lizziechantree.com/
BookViral has reviewed The Time Traveler's Fool http://bookviral.com/the-time-travellers-fool/4588669139
Literature thrives in the living minds of readers and writers and not on dusty shelves. The text of "The Time Traveler's Fool: A Psychological Mystery of Literary Survival" supports a great many hypotheses beginning with "He's a time traveler who . . ." or "He's a con man who . . ." or "He's a madman who . . ." Amongst the possibilities starting with that last is "He's a madman who has read too much science fiction and philosophy of mind and convinced himself he can travel through time and into other people's minds." Along those same lines you could replace "madman" with "writer."
I wanted to write a classic regular folks would actually read. I wanted to write an adventure academics would find resonant with meaning. You tell me how well I did.