Transported – what does it mean?

Transported in time and place. What thoughts come to mind? I checked the handy site and found all sorts of synonyms, particularly for the notion of transported meaning captivated or delighted.

So many possibilities. The list adds context to what I hope to focus on and what I and other fiction authors hope their novels do for readers.

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M.K. Tod writes historical fiction. Her latest novel, TIME AND REGRET was published by Lake Union. Mary’s other novels, LIES TOLD IN SILENCE and UNRAVELLED are available from Amazon, NookKoboGoogle Play and iTunes. She can be contacted on Facebook, Twitter and Goodreads or on her website


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  1. Yep. I also use the online Oxford English Dictionary/Theaurus, and they add these for “transport” to your good list: charm, enthrall.

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