A Second Chance for Yesterday - Cover Reveal and Sneak Peek

A Second Chance for Yesterday: Cover reveal and sneak peek of upcoming time-travel tale

Nev has woken up yesterday and she’s falling backwards in time upcoming Groundhog-esq time-travel novel A Second Chance for Yesterday…

A melancholic tale of time travel rooted in family dynamics and lost love, which is said to be ideal for fans of The Time Traveler’s Wife, R. A. Sinn’s A Second Chance for Yesterday will be released this summer, and not only are we revealing its stunning cover above, we’re also giving you a sneak peek of the book itself!

But first, check out the official synopsis…

Nev Bourne is a hotshot programmer for the latest and greatest tech invention out there: SavePoint, the brain implant that rewinds the seconds of all our most embarrassing moments. She’s been working non-stop on the next rollout, even blowing off her boyfriend, her best friend and her family to make SavePoint 2.0. But when she hits go on the test-run, she wakes up the next day only to discover it’s yesterday. She’s falling backwards in time, one day at a time.

As things spiral out of control, a long-lost friend from college reappears in her life claiming they know how to save her. Airin is charming and mysterious, and somehow knows Nev intimately well. Desperate and intrigued, Nev takes a leap of faith. A friendship born of fear slowly becomes a bond of deepest trust, and possibly love. With time running out, and the whole world of SavePoint users at stake, Nev must learn what it will take to set things right, and what it will cost.

A Second Chance for Yesterday is the debut novel by brother and sister team R. A. Sinn and will be released this August.

However, if you’re anything like us and can’t wait until then, click here to reveal chapter one, which finds Nev alone in the office and ready to work on SavePoint 2.0…

R. A. Sinn is the pseudonym for siblings Rachel Hope Cleves and Aram Sinnreich. A historian and professor at the University of Victoria, Rachel Hope Cleves is the author of three books, Unspeakable: A Life Beyond Sexual Morality (2020), Charity and Sylvia: A Same-Sex Marriage in Early America (2014), and The Reign of Terror in America (2009). Her research has been featured in The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Guardian, salon.com and brainpickings.org. A Professor and chair of Communication Studies at American University Aram Sinnreich’s work focuses on the intersection of culture, law and technology, with an emphasis on subjects such as emerging media and music. He is the author of three books: The Essential Guide to Intellectual Property (2019), The Piracy Crusade (2013), and Mashed Up (2010). He has also written for publications including The New York Times, Billboard, Wired, The Daily Beast, and salon.com.

A Second Chance for Yesterday by R. A. Sinn will be released on 29 August 2023 in the US and 31 August 2023 in the UK. Pre-order your copy here.