Here are the time travel diaries of the incredible adventures of James Urquhart, science lecturer and sometime rambler, living in 2015 and Elizabeth Bicester of Hamgreen Lodge whom he stumbles upon at a cricket match in 1873
They are narrated by Professor Rolleston who discoverd them in the attic of Elizabeth's House at Hamgreen and has spent much of his life's work, when not hunting fairies, trying to assemble the diaries into a meaningful order.
You may find the format of the Time Travel Diaries unusual. They are written in the form of an epistolary novel whereby the diaries of the two main characters, Elizabeth and James, are combined and narrated in a sequence by a fictional author, Professor Rolleston. The reason for this was simple. I wanted the hero and heroine to present the adventure from their own perspectives. To do this, firstly, I decided that Rolleston’s narration should take the form of alternative passages from each diary so that it progresses first by one character and then the other. And second, the narratives of Elizabeth and James should be in their own conversational style so that they became characters in their own right. I hope that makes sense and I hope you enjoy the story.