Roger Ley was born and educated in London, and spent some of his formative years in Saudi Arabia. He worked as an engineer in the oilfields of North Africa and the North Sea, before joining the nuclear industry and later pursuing a career in higher education. His stories and articles have appeared in: The Guardian, The Oldie, Reader’s Digest, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Space Squid, various technical journals, and now Literally Stories.
He has published two books: ‘A Horse in the Morning’ is a collection of comic autobiographical stories and ‘Chronoscape’ is a science fiction novel about time and alternate realities. He is married, has two sons, and lives in Suffolk.
Back Cover Blurb for Chronoscape
Physicist Martin Riley has discovered a way of receiving news stories from two weeks in the future but the Government steps in and cloaks the technology in secrecy. Despite Riley’s warnings, politicians on both sides of the Atlantic make radical alterations to events. The first temporal alteration saves Princess Diana, the next saves the Twin Towers, but ripples travel far ahead and disturb Earth’s future civilisation. The Timestream must be realigned, but at what cost? https://www.amazon.co.uk/CHRONOSCAPE-future-flexible-can-change-ebook/dp/B0787KJ4RN/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1519487347&sr=8-1&keywords=chronoscape+by+roger+ley