The After Cilmeri Series

“Sarah Woodbury is my new favorite author. Daughter of Time reminds me of Outlander and 1632, with a fresh twist. I read all the books in the After Cilmeri series in four days! Long after I finished the last book, the stories and characters stayed in my mind, and I kept wishing I could return the world Sarah so skillfully created. I can’t wait for the next book and the next …”  Debra Holland, New York Times bestselling author of the Montana Sky Series.

Daughter of Time (prequel)
Footsteps in Time (Book 1)
Winds of Time (novella)
Prince of Time (Book 2)
Crossroads in Time (Book 3)
Children of Time (Book 4)
Exiles in Time
Castaways in Time
Ashes of Time
Warden of Time
Guardians of Time
Masters of Time
Outpost in Time
Shades of Time
Champions of Time

Daughter of Time (Prequel)

A medieval man with an uncertain destiny, Llywelyn, the Prince of Wales, faces treachery and deceit at the hands of friends and foes alike …

A modern woman with a troubled past, Meg’s life is in tatters when she slips through time and into medieval Wales …

Only by working together can Meg and Llywelyn navigate the shifting allegiances that threaten the very existence of Wales–and create their own history that defies the laws of time.

Daughter of Time is appropriate for readers from young teens to adults and is a prequel to the After Cilmeri series.

**A note from Sarah: I am so happy to be able to share with you this prequel to the After Cilmeri series. I created Footsteps in Time and Prince of Time first, and only wrote Daughter of Time after so many readers wanted to know how the story began. Meg’s journey is continued in Footsteps in Time and Winds of Time, a novella that is meant to be a companion to the series. Happy reading!

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Footsteps in Time (Book One)

In December of 1282, English soldiers ambushed and murdered Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, the Prince of Wales.  His death marked the end of Wales as an independent nation and the beginning of over seven hundred years under the English boot.

Footsteps in Time is the story of what might have happened had Llywelyn lived.

And what happens to the two teenagers who save him.

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Winds of Time (A Novella)

Winds of Time is novella from the After Cilmeri series:

Meg had thought that taking a commuter flight from Pasco, Washington to Boise, Idaho would be a simple matter. But nothing is simple for Meg when it comes to travel, and especially not when she finds herself in the Middle Ages again instead of in a plane crash on a mountain side in Oregon.

And when the pilot takes off without her in a quest to return to the twenty-first century, Meg will need every last bit of maturity and knowledge she gained in the sixteen years she spent in the modern world—-to survive even a day in this one.

**A note from Sarah:  This story was started many years ago, as part of Footsteps in Time.  When it came down to it, however, the story didn’t fit with what was happening with David and Anna, and had to be put aside.  Happily, I am now able to share, in ebook form, the story of Meg’s return to the Middle Ages.  Thus, Winds of Time takes place between Part 1 and Part 2 of Footsteps in Time, Book One in the After Cilmeri Series.  I think you will enjoy Winds of Time more if you read Footsteps in Time first.  Diolch yn fawr (thank you)!

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Prince of Time (Book Two)


Two teenagers are catapulted back in time to alter history and save the medieval kingdom of Wales…

David and his man-at-arms, Ieuan, find themselves alone and on the run from a company of English soldiers who’ve sworn vengeance for the recent death of their king.  Meanwhile, Llywelyn lays on his deathbed, wounded by a traitor’s arrow.  And once again, it is David and Anna, and all that they represent, that holds the key to the survival of Wales.

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Crossroads in Time (Book Three)

Three years have passed since the events chronicled in Prince of Time …

Anna has made a place for herself in thirteenth century Wales as a wife, mother, and healer.  David has taken more of the kingdom’s rule on his shoulders, even as his relationship with Lili has caused friction with his father, King Llywelyn.  The King wants his son to seek a political marriage that will benefit his country—and possibly place the crown of England on David’s head.

England and Wales have shared a border and an uneasy peace for three long years.

And that peace is about to be broken …

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Children of Time (Book Four)

November 1288. Bereft of a king or rightful heir, England hurtles towards civil war for the second time in a generation. When David, Prince of Wales, and his wife, Lili, travel to London to attend the wedding of William de Bohun and Princess Joan, they have no intention of involving themselves in local politics.

But as infighting leads to murder, David and Lili find themselves at the center of a far-reaching conspiracy. Trapped between history and legend, they must decide how much they are willing to sacrifice to save not only their own country, but the people of England as well.

Meanwhile, back in Wales, Llywelyn and Meg discover that time is no barrier to either adventure or trouble.

Children of Time, book four in the After Cilmeri series, continues the story of Llywelyn, Meg, and their children in the medieval kingdom of Wales.

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Exiles in Time 

exiles blogTwo years in Afghanistan; four years working for MI-5, the British security service; and the death of both of his parents from cancer. At the age of thirty-four, Callum thought he’d experienced the worst that life could throw at him. That is, until his boss ordered him to open a buried file on his desk and to take it seriously. His new assignment: to detain and question a pregnant woman and her ailing husband—and if need be, to stop them from returning to medieval Wales.

Until today, Callum believed in his job and always followed orders. Until today, he thought time travel wasn’t real …

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Castaways in Time 

castaways blogWith a scarlet fever epidemic raging throughout London, a rogue baron on the loose, a new baby keeping him up at night, and a kingdom to run, the last thing David has time for is a trip to the twenty-first century. But as he should know by now, time waits for no man, not even the King of England …

Castaways in Time, the seventh novel in the After Cilmeri series.

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Ashes of Time Ashes blog

November 1291. Meg and Llywelyn gather their family at Rhuddlan Castle to celebrate their seventh anniversary and David’s twenty-third birthday. But the joyful reunion goes grievously awry when an old enemy raises the banner of rebellion, followed immediately by an even more catastrophic betrayal by an old friend.

Meanwhile, facing war at every turn and still haunted by his decision to leave Cassie and Callum in the modern world, David chooses a dangerous path forward, one that will either change the course of the future forever—or burn his world to ashes.

The eighth novel in the After Cilmeri series, Ashes of Time, was released on March 25, 2014 and is now available at:

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Warden of Time

Warden blogAs both modern man and medieval king, David is committed to transforming medieval England into his own version of Avalon. Not everyone supports his ideals, however, and having offended the pope by welcoming Jews and heretics into England, David is summoned to Canterbury to explain himself.

But when information comes to light that reveals the accusations against him have less to do with religion than with power and wealth, David finds himself on familiar ground—and at the center of a conspiracy that stretches from Ireland to Italy. Facing excommunication, a fickle populace, and a rebellion even by his fellow time travelers, he must decide what his throne is worth, and what he’s willing to sacrifice to keep it.

Warden of Time was released on October 19, 2014.

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Guardians of Time

guardians-of-time-blogChristmas 1292. Time travel has meant many things to Meg, David, and Anna over the years, but regardless of the circumstances, it has always been about saving lives: their own, their family members’, their friends’.

This time, it’s a combination of all three.

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Masters of Time

masters of time blogJune 1293.
David, King of England.
Philip, King of France.
A holy war neither man wants to fight.
A militant pope. A treacherous baron. A jealous brother.
Love. Honor. Family. Betrayal. Destiny.

Time Travel.

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Outpost in Time (12/11/2016)

outpost-cover-blogMarch 1294. Ireland is at a crossroads. The different factions—Irish, Danish, and English—are tearing the country apart with their constant warfare. Hoping to hammer out a treaty, David calls the Irish Parliament into session. Unfortunately, some lords are far more interested in fighting than talking, and it isn’t long before the conference goes awry. With the future of Ireland at stake, David finds himself caught up in a far-reaching conspiracy that puts not only his own life on the line, but his family’s as well.

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Shades of Time (9/12/2017)

March 1294. With David and Llywelyn in Ireland, the rule of Wales and England has fallen to Math and Anna. Unbeknownst to them, however, rebellious barons have tried to assassinate David and thrown Ireland into civil war. When the treachery reaches across the sea and touches Anna, she finds herself at the center of a conspiracy that stretches from Dublin to Edinburgh—and only her actions and choices stand between her family and the destruction of everything they’ve worked so hard to build.

Shades of Time takes place simultaneously with Outpost in Time and is the twelfth book in the After Cilmeri series.

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Champions of Time (5/13/2018)

April 1294. With David returned from Ireland and Anna from Avalon, the time has come to confront the traitors who sought to assassinate David and take his throne. But before that can happen, David is tested yet again by his inability to account for everything or everyone in his life—and especially the magic that surrounds him.

Champions of Time takes place immediately following the events of Outpost in Time and Shades of Time, the previous books in the After Cilmeri series.

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This Small Corner of Time (11/6/2018)

Open a door to the world of the After Cilmeri series! With chapters on historical context, the Welsh language, characters, places in the books, and the writing process, and including hundreds of photographs, maps, timelines, and family trees, this guide highlights the characters, places, and worlds brought to life by the series’ first fifteen novels.

Release date: November 6, 2018

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The Google Play and Payhip PDFs can be read across devices, including in the Kindle app, Google Play app, Adobe app, or other PDF readers on any smartphone, tablet, or computer.

Google Play Books is available for your iPhone!

I very much wanted the book available directly from retailers besides Amazon and Google Play, but none of them are set up to sell high quality, fixed, photograph heavy epubs. Fortunately, all color tablets, smartphones, and computers support both PDFs from Google Play/Books and Kindle apps. I didn’t want to sell readers a book that I wasn’t happy with 🙂 Hopefully everyone can find a product that works for them!


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294 thoughts on “The After Cilmeri Series”

  1. I have just finished reading book number 14 in the “after climeri series”,so looking forward to the next book.I can hardly wait as always,just hate the end of the book,it is just the wait for the next book…do love all your writings. But Climeri is my most favorite…

  2. Just finished Shades of Time. As wonderful as the other books! I have both Kindle editions and Audible in the available editions. My ‘go to’ books. Thank you, Sarah. It is greedy of me to say it, but I do hope the story continues.

  3. Really enjoyed Shades of Time as I did the previous books. Read through breakfast, lunch and finished over dinner tonight. Looking forward to the next book now.

    1. I’m so glad! Thank you for writing me. If you felt inspired to leave a review (you could just cut and paste what you said to me) I would be grateful!

    1. You can start with either the prequel, Daughter of Time (which is free in ebook at all retailers), or Footsteps in Time (Book 1). Some people have started with Book 5, Exiles in Time, which is borderline stand-alone. Otherwise, reading them in order is best!

  4. I love you After Cilmeri book series. They are fascinating. The mix of time travel, romance, and history is wonderful. I read the first five books, and now each time a new one comes out, I reread the entire series; it is never boring! Love them!

  5. I know someone will have already asked this but will the After Cilmeri series ever be turned into a tv series like Game of Thrones or Outlander? Would so love it if it was.

    1. Me too! A producer and studio have to express interest, and so far they have not. But we’ll see. It took 20 years for Outlander to get made 🙂

  6. Just read the Worthy Soldier, any more books coming out in this series?? Would love to read more. Sarah Woodbury is an excellent writer, Once I start one of her books, it’s hard to put down. Spend many evenings reading into the early am.

  7. I have and read all the After Cilmeri books, any chance there will be more force coming in the near future? I just cannot get enough, too intrigued.

  8. I love the After Chilmari series, the lion of Wales and the Legend of the Pendragon series. I know you’re planning on more for Cilmari but do you plan to write me in any if the other series’? I’ve honestly read through all of the above at least twice each. I’m waiting to be able to buy the mideval mysteries before I get started on them. ?

    1. I am so glad you’ve enjoyed my books and that you’re looking forward to more. At the moment I have no plans to continue the Pendragons or The Lion of Wales. I love those books and those worlds, but those stories are complete. Look for some new stories in 2018 🙂

  9. Just finished Outpost in Time, and like the other readers, I am eagerly awaiting the next installment. You have written so many books- what would you recommend I read next? Thank you for so much enjoyment!

    1. the first three books in my other series (The Good Knight, Cold My Heart, and The Last Pendragon) are free in ebook. I’d just pick one and see how it goes 🙂 if you are interested in full length novels, then the mysteries (The Good Knight) would be the place to begin. Happy reading and I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed my books.

  10. Hi Sarah thankyou for the great reading I have just completed “Outpost in Time” Will you let your fans know when the next book is out, will it be autumn 2017

      1. Yay! I love this series, and have been thinking I need to start back at the beginning while waiting for the next book. Please write fast. 🙂

        1. This is a wonderful series. Will there be more time travel in your new book!! I love this about your work.

  11. I have just finished ( with much sadness ) number 11 of the After Cilmeri books, I do hope there will be more to come. They were very addictive, I loved them all. Thank you.

  12. Can’t stop reading your books, especially the After Cilmeri series! I’m having to ration myself now because I’m on book 11 and I don’t want it to end! History, time travel, romance, MI6, all my favourite subjects and I love the Avalon sayings that everyone is starting to use in the Middle Ages, so funny!

  13. When reading I like to follow along on maps, current and historical, as well as augmenting the reading with other research. With this series I have been able to find everything on maps, etc. except…..Aber Castle. I know it is near Bangor, but that is all I can figure out. Please share some information about this place?

    1. Do you mean on an ‘official’ map? I have a map here:

      But Aber Castle as an entity is in dispute. It is in the village of Abergwyngregyn at the mouth of the Aber River. The difficulty comes as to whether it was located on a small mound in the village or is associated with the Prince’s Tower:

      I subscribe to the latter position, but officially, the location of the castle is lost to time. Hope this helps!

  14. I loved this series and read all the books (up to number 11) in a couple of weeks! The premise is well explored – the series’s plausible implausibility reminds me of The Time Traveller’s Wife – and the solid historical knowledge the stories are founded on is clear. The plots are gripping and the characters are believable. I love the humour as well, especially the bus. My one gripe: I lived in central Wales for a time as teen and used to walk to Devil’s Bridge, which features in one of the novels) but there is no town called Ystwyth! Just one gripe from 11 books isn’t bad, I’d say though. When is number 12 coming out? what will David and the gang achieve next?

    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed the books! I was actually referring to the little town 3 miles south of Devil’s Bridge. The ‘real’ name is Ysbyty Ystwyth, but it was a name that was just too much for English-speaking readers to handle, so I shortened it 🙂

      The next book in the series will be out in the autumn of 2017 …

      1. Good old Ysbyty Ystwyth and it’s confusing name! The locals pronounce Ystwyth as something like “spitty” (which was good enough for me!) As a teen, we lived in Cwmystwyth (a few miles upstream from Ysbyty) and a council Land Rover used to collect me and other children and took us through Ysbyty Ystwyth to a school coach collection point in the next village along; Pontrhydygroes. I revisited the area – with my partner and our little girl – last April. It is very beautiful. I wish I’d known “Ystwyth” was Ysbyty Ystwyth when I read your gripping story. I’d have enjoyed the read even more.

        I’m looking forward to the next book coming out in September

  15. When I first discovered this series, I almost passed it by because I was so over the heroine going back in time. The After Cilmeri series proposed something entirely different: A genetic ability to travel to an alternate reality. The changes to the timeline of this alternate reality give real food for thought to my scientific mind. I love the characters, the impeccable research and the way David has had to grow up and learn to become a king. Cannot wait for the next in the series!

    1. That is just so wonderful to hear. It’s readers like you who make my job the best in the world. Thank you for writing me!

  16. I just finished Outpost in Time last night and gave it a 5 star review on Barnes & Noble (because I get it on my Nook) and on Amazon. Loved it and hope Sarah keeps writing this series for a long, long time. Glad to see more of Christopher, and how he’s adapting to the middle ages. There are so many interesting characters, so many more possible storylines. I didn’t even mind there not being any time travel this time, because it really wouldn’t have fit. I never get tired of this series. Thanks Sarah!! ????

  17. I have just finished your latest book in the After Cilmeri series. This series is definitely an addiction for me. Time travel to my favourite medieval era. I am torn between wanting to dive in and devour each new book and wanting to hold back to make it last a little longer.
    I eagerly look forward to the next in this series and hope the words THE END do not mean exactly that.
    Meantime, I suppose I can always go back the beginning and start all over again.

  18. I have been reading the After Cilmiri series. I have bought every bookand was anticipating getting Outpost In Time. I received it this morning; 11 pages in I see my own heritage staring me in the face. Imagine my surprise to find a mention of the King of Leinster in here. I can lay claim to the Ancient House of Kavanaugh. Now my question is can we lay claim to being related to Robert the Bruce? Just wondered if you did research on this or just added the leinage for the sake of the book?

    1. I did the research! I haven’t researched all of Robert the Bruce’s descendants, however. He married Elizabeth de Burgh, who had native Irish ancestry, and you’d just have to work it out from there 🙂

  19. Only recently found this Series of books on Facebook. Wow just finished number 9 and can’t wait for more. What is especially great is that I can relate to nearly all the places, born in Bangor family lived in Caernarfon, brought up in Cardiff and until recently lived in Powis.

  20. Hi Sarah,
    Have read and loved all the After Cilmeri Series in e-books, could not put them down, but would like to buy them in paperback to keep on my bookshelves. Being in Australia the postage is prohibitive. I checked out Amazon and with postage ($100) will cost me about $340 for the 12 books. Book Depository, no postage, is around $300, and Booktopia, the only place in Australia that stocks them as far as I can see is around the $350. As I already have the e-books, I cannot really justify the cost and am really disappointed. Do you have any other ideas, please. Most Australians would find this a problem also. Love your books so much, please keep writing.

    1. I am so sorry! I keep hoping that Amazon will open a paperbook shop in Australia (the UK and Europe used to have this problem), but they haven’t yet. I will work on this and get back to you.

  21. Dear Ms Woodbury,
    I have read the prequel and books 1-9 of the After Cilmeri series and have thoroughly loved them. I am looking forward to 10 and hope 11 is not too far away. Most of the unusual words I could find the definitions of but “lady wife” in Guardians of Time I cannot find. Please tell me.

    1. Hmm. Well referring to someone as your ‘lady wife’ is just a medieval turn of phrase a nobleman might use to refer to his wife who is also a lady 🙂
      And Outpost of Time is releasing on December 11 and is available for preorder now.

  22. I love your After Cilmeri series! The only other series that is as much fun is the 1632 series, but I like the fact that David and his family members can occasionally jump back to the modern world and get in just as much trouble. I found out about your series very recently, which is great because I had ten books and several novellas to read, but now I’ve hit the end and have to wait until next year for my next fix! Since it looks like David is going to be pressured to going on a crusade, please let him jump to the 21st century and pick up a few American special forces while fighting off CMI!

  23. Hi, Sarah. I’ve just downloaded Dot and am eager to get started. As a budding HistFic writer myself I am curious as to how you got clearance to use this title. Isn’t it the same title used by Josephine Tey back in the ’40s for her breakout novel about Richard III and the murder of the two princes? It was one of several mystery/histfic that hooked me on the genre when I was a teen.

    1. For starters, titles are not copyrighted. But also, that title is actually “The Daughter of Time”, which is a reference to a quote from Sir Francis Bacon: “Truth is the daughter of time, not of authority.”

  24. Hi. I just have to say that your books are amazing. I read all 10 in as many day. I love time traveling books and medieval and middle age books. I normally dislike POV switches especially as many characters as you introduced but it was flawlessly done. Every character was well rounded and developed. I Definitely wanted to express my awe on this point. I liked that the return to original time was as exciting as the middle ages. Read a few that the return was dry and I had to skip those parts. Your attention to detail was amazing and gave life to every place, time, and character. I can’t wait for the next book! I am definitely going to check out your oyher books while I wait but I hope it won’t be for too long!

    1. I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed the books! Thank you so much for your kind words–and yes, the new book is in the works! Super fun 🙂

  25. Sarah, I love the stories. They are so well written and held my interest. In fact, since I was rehabbing from surgery and couldn’t go any where, I read the whole After Climeri within a few days.

    I really like that you took the time travel concept into an alternate universe so you could have fun with the things brought back from present day. Time travel books seem solidly behind the theory that nothing can interfere and thus things cannot be left behind.

    I think that you were very clever to use what was brought back to underline specifics in the Middle Ages, such as health, education and the role of women.

    I was wondering if, in the body of your research, you came upon an explanation of how such a small country that shared a very unique language was so begot with internal strife. Usually isolation of a linguistic group results in a very cohesive view.

    I have taken advantage of some of your links for further information.

    Thank you for the stories and I am looking forward to the next.

    1. I don’t know if there’s a definitive answer to your question, but the strife among the Welsh during the Middle Ages was no different really than what happened in any ‘country’. For a long while, pretty much every country in Europe was split up into multiple little kingdoms, each fighting the other regardless of the fact that they shared a language. The Saxons were divided into many petty kingdoms, as were the French, Spanish, etc. When William conquered England in 1066, there was a single Saxon king, but that was a relatively recent phenomenon. At various times, all Wales was ruled by a single king too. It waxed and waned throughout.

  26. Sarah,
    After being born in Cilmeri 75 years ago and having lived here most of my life I am very familiar with the history of Llywelyn and Powys and the events of December 1282. I have to admit I have till today never heard of your books but will be delighted to read them with interest. Which was the first book in the Cilmeri series? so I can start at the beginning.
    Best wishes

    1. Footsteps in Time would be the best place to start… book 1! Then Prince of Time, and then the prequel, Daughter of Time. You CAN read Daughter of Time first (and many do) since it’s free in ebook form. Whichever you choose, happy reading!

      1. Just finished reading Daughter of time! What a great book!! I’m an Outlander fan, and this was free! I will be purchasing the rest of this series also! Lived it thanks for writing it will be keeping me eye on you for more great books!

    2. You’ve probably read them all by now, but I started with the prequel, and I simply can’t imagine how it could have been as good starting anywhere else. 🙂

  27. I have only recently found this series after reading the Gwen and Gareth series. I liked the central idea of time travel fantasy mixed with the realistic problems of living in the middle ages and the greed and corruption of 21st century public servants very much. I lived in Liverpool, UK for many years and travelled to Wales many times so I am familiar with some of the locations in the books. I have even been on the bridge over the Menai Straights! I am now looking forward to book 11 as I have devoured the previous ten! I thought the introduction of new characters Callum and Cassie was good as it helped broaden the challenges facing the 21sters who belieived they could never go back to the future. What a challenge to face and come to terms with! I also enjoyed the adventures of David with King Phillip. I am familiar with some of the history of the Knight Templars and liked the way it was woven into that novel. I especially like the way Sarah Woodbury uses the history of the times to make the plots more complex and give the characters more depth. This was one of the features I so enjoyed in Ellis Peters books and I glad to see Sarah Woodbury following similar paths.

  28. I have read all the After Celmeri books at least 4x’s plus bought them in the “Whisper Synch” form so that they are narrareted while I read along with them at the same time (if you wish)! Have read and listened to them at least 2x’s! It is amazing to do that! I loved this series so much, Ms Woodbury! You are now among my favorite authors! You and Diana Gabaldon are at the top of the list! If fact, I found out about the After Celmeri series from her Blog!!! 🙂 Thank you so much for so many hours of wonderful reading! So, so looking forward to Book 11! Wouldn’t change one word of any of them! Just amazing! Being able to read them or listen to them on Audible or Kindle is wonderful because I can read or listen to them anytime I wish!
    With much respect and His Blessings, TJ Herron

    1. So sorry that I mispelled sync! Please forgive me! It is late! LOL! You are a marvelous author! Thank you for your wonderful books!

  29. Nooooo! I’ve just finished reading book 10, I’m not ready to go back to the 21st century yet. Have really enjoyed every minute of the After Cilmeri series, bring on the next one soon.

      1. I have just finished reading through the whole series as of today after reading each one as it has been “born”, and since I have had computer problems, I may have missed any new notifications. I have also read the Gareth and Gwen stories and I have a feeling you mentioned a new one for them.
        I thoroughly enjoy reading them so am pleased there are to be more. Attracts all ages so at 84 almost, no problems with the reading …….the typing is the problem with my gardeners hands!

        1. If you’ve read up to Masters of Time, that’s the newest After Cilmeri book, and The Unexpected Ally, the next Gareth & Gwen novel will be published on July 19th! 5 days from now!

          I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed the books. Thanks for writing me 🙂

  30. I read the original After Cilmeri series books several years ago and then put off reading for pleasure to pursue nursing school. I recently came across the prequel Daughter of Time book and the additional books and excitedly read and reread all the books. I love time travel books and the medieval time period and romance books and this series combines all three. I can’t wait for books 11; 12, 13, 14, …… Thanks for the great entertainment.

  31. Sarah, you are a wonderful storyteller. I have all of your books and I honestly can’t say which one is my favorite. Maybe the After Cilmeri series…I have reread them now at least 3-4 times…I look forward to your next time travel book..they are such fun. And, they just pull you in with such fanciful thoughts and possibilities. I love the family…King David of England and his dad…the Prince of Wales and the little grandchildren who captured the Prince of Wales heart..Thank you for letting your brain enter ours.

  32. I loved reading these books. Starting the pendragon book next. Would love to know if there are going to be more After Cilmeri books.

  33. This is my all-time favorite series. I re-read the entire series every time a new book comes out and then I listen to the new one at least twice as well. My favorite day is when another book in the series is posted. Keep up the great work. I keep purchasing more and more copies of the first two books to pass on to my friends and family who then proceed to fall in love too.

    1. Oh I am so glad to hear that! Thank you so much! And thank you for telling me. It’s readers like you who make it so I have the best job in teh world <3

  34. This is the second time I have read all the books straight through and finished them again. It still seems like Masters In Time came out earlier than February of this year, but after reading it, I started all over again. These books are fantastic, enjoyable, well written, and I can’t wait for the next one in the series. This series is very worth reading all over again because I still find things I had forgotten happened, and it is almost as if I am reading them for the first time. There is never a boring moment nor a detail that isn’t necessary. Now I am sad that I cannot read the next one yet, and miss the adventures of the characters who can cross the time barrier each night before I retire for the evening.

    1. I am SO glad you’ve enjoyed the books. I’m sorry I can’t write faster, but there are more coming 🙂

  35. I read all the books in “the after Cilmeri” series. All I can say is WOW. I was so enthralled and I felt like I have a personal relationship with the characters.


    Thanks for the wonderful ride :).

  36. I’ve just finished the first 2 books (plus the novella about Meg’s return to Wales) of the After Cilmeri Series and purchased the remaining books up to book 10. I can’t wait to read the rest. I’m not familiar with Welsh history so this has been an enthralling adventure so far. Thank you for this gift of enjoyment.

    1. I am so glad you’ve enjoyed the books! Thank you for writing me! It’s readers like you who make my job the best in the world <3

  37. I loved the After Cilmeri Series. I have a personal connection in genealogy history with Llywelyn Prince of Wales and father of David. Even thought I understood this is not a factual history but more like a what if the time travelers could somehow change the history as it was. All 10 books were an interesting read for me. Keep up this line. I would love to read more about this family.

  38. I have read all of your Time books and wait with bated breath for the next in line. Please say one is in the works and will be out soon.

  39. Just finished Masters of Time. Another great installment. Unfortunately I read faster than you can write. More, please!!!!!
    Thanks for your beautiful work and my escape to other worlds.

  40. I love the After Cilmeri series. Very addictive. Just finished book 10. I was a little disappointed that the kids didn’t spend more time in the 21st century. Thank you for a fascinating series.

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