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Scenes inspired by the forthcoming Teena Thyme series of novels. Further details at the foot of this page. Please scroll down.


No.4 - Unwanted visitor.


Yes, still in 19th century England ...

"Andy, stop munging about through that box of silk knickers and get out here. I sort of need your help."

"Wassup, Teen? Gimme a moment, will you, these lemon coloured kecks are the business, I tell you!"

"Andy! Whilst you're trying to sort yourself out a pair of drawers, I'm in imminent danger of losing mine. The, er, gentleman seems to be a mite persistant."

"Just tell him to leave, Teen. Politely, like."

"I tried that already Andy."


"Well, you know me ..."

"Okay, Teen, so which part of the expression "fuck off" is he having trouble understanding?"

"Come another step nearer, Sir Hawksley ...

... and I swear I'll shove this curling iron somewhere where the sun will never shine on it!"

Image courtesy of (well worth a visit). All images, text and references to Teena Thyme are Copyright Jennifer Jane Pope, January 2001.

The first book in the Teena Thyme series, simply entitled Teena, is available from July 2001, from most good book stores in both the United Kingdom and the USA. Most Jennifer Jane Pope titles are also available on the Internet, either from, or from .

Teena becomes a time traveller quite by accident in 1975 and finds herself popping up as her own ancestors in a variety of eras and predicaments and her natural resilience, inventiveness and ability to see the funny side of just about any situation are frequently pushed to their limits.

History was never like this at school, so if you want to meet Teena and read the opening chapters of her story for free, visit my website at and click on the BOOKS section, where you will find a long extract, as well as extracts from all my other published novels.

Alternatively, if you go to the Stories listing in this site, you will find several more of my literary offerings. More Teena inspired images coming to these pages soon.

The above work is copyrighted material. Anyone wishing to copy, archive, or re-post must contact the author for permission.