PRIZE GIVEAWAY - details at the end of article.
Itís been lots of fun writing my new series, Walk with me Through Time, because it leaves the door wide open. Since it is a time travel, I can take characters through any time.
Which brings me to my question to you, if you could live in any time, what would it be?
In Walk with Me Through Time itís Victorian England. I love that time period. The dresses, the estates.
Beautiful. But, would I really want to live in that time? Iím not sure. No electricity, no running water, no penicillin. I love Les Miserable. I went to see it with a friend/ We were thinking of dressing up. My friend asked, ďWhat should I wear?Ē My answer, head lice. Yuck. If anyone got to the end of that movie and thought, boy I wish I lived in France during that timeÖ I would seek professional help.
England in the late 1800 had such a bad open sewer problem they almost cleared out the city due to the smell. I traveled to the UK last year and the evidence of all the black covered coal dust on the buildings is still there.
But itís still easy to romanticize, isnít it? Give me a movie or play with puffy shirts and costumes and I am all in. But I will go home to my warm house, turn on the lights and take an aspirin!
An enchanting time-travel romance for fans of Jude Deveraux and Diana Gabaldon.
Hadley Easton has a family legacy to uphold as a Time-Keeper. He guides people forward -or back- who feel they were born into the wrong time.
Samantha turns his world upside down when she arrives through the front door of the London bookstore. No one arrives through the front doo: itís the time portal. On top of that, she informs him sheís from the year 2012, over a hundred years in the future.
When Hadley learns the truth, he realizes his time is running out...
Leave a comment with your email address by the 9th of March 2013 for the chance to win one of five prizes.
Up for grabs are:
2 book lockets
3 Pendant Necklaces.
Jennifer Conner is a best-selling Northwest author who has over thirty short stories - ebooks and one full-length book in print. She writes in Contemporary Romance, Paranormal Romance, Historical Romance, and Erotica.
Christmas Chaos was in the Kindle sales top 20 ebooks and Number Two in the Romance category.
Her novel, Shot in the Dark was a finalist in the Emerald City Opener, Cleveland, and Toronto Romance Writers of America contests.
Jennifer is an Associate Publisher for the indie e-book company, Books to Go Now located in the Seattle area. BTGN helps new authors get their foot in the door with well-edited manuscripts, professional covers, and platform uploads.
She lives with her husband, and their feuding dog and cat in the one- hundred- year-old-house that she grew up in. Her semi-small town holds an interesting mix of resident hillbillies, yuppies and Navy Seals. And of course Seattle, only a few miles away, is the birthplace of Starbucks, so coffee is always on her check list. She blows glass beads with a blow torch, (which relieves a lot of stress ) and is a huge fan of her local soccer teams, the Seattle Sounders, and Kitsap Pumas. Boys in shorts!
Visit Jennifer at her website, blog, Facebook, Pinterest, & Books To Go Now