@KaTrian and I dislike time jumps in our novels, so we try to avoid them. However, we seem to have just written ourselves into a rather tight corner: One of the main characters is pulled into another dimension where time moves more slowly, so while she spends about 2 years in there, only a few weeks (say, 2-4) pass in our world where the rest of the main characters are. After those 2 years or so, the "kidnapped" main character manages to make her way back into our world and eventually meets her friends again. What she experienced in the other dimension is important, so how on Earth do we show it without very extensive flashbacks, dream sequences (* shudder *), her telling the others what happened in several long scenes of just boring talking, or those dreaded time jumps between the two realities/timelines? Any and all suggestions are more than welcome.