Julia Hughes - writing thrilling adventures - time after time after time.
- today and for the following four days. Deal ends around 9am on February 2nd for UK readers, up to twelve hours earlier in some time zones, so check first - although it's also a Kindle Unlimited ebook, so if you're a member you get to read free all year round.
As you can tell from glancing at the titles above, I'm unconstrained by genre. A Ripple in Time was my first title published as an indie author, and is probably best described as a - wait for it - paranormal time travel adventure romance. If that isn't a genre, it should be!
If you've stopped by for an update on The Bridle Path sequel, or the latest Detective Inspector Crombie mystery, it's all good. Both are well underway; romance is blossoming down in Cornwall and pieces in a new Crombie mystery are falling into place and probably one reason why this post rambles a little - I can't wait to get back to them. Other reasons may or may not include the fact that the sun is shining, the kayak's already loaded in the van, and I've left Tinker in charge of the picnic hamper.
Adieu for now - adventurous readers who'd like more specific details on dates can subscribe to the newsletter - look to your right. Those who fancy a little ocean going adventure of their own, and haven't already read A Ripple in Time, scroll down for a link to take you direct to Amazon and your free ebook. Happy reading!
A Ripple in Time: Synopsis & link to your free ebook.
Celtic Cousin Wren makes a psychic connection with a girl emigrating to America in 1912. Through his eyes, she is able to foresee the fate of the ship taking her across the Atlantic.
Consequently, RMS Titanic steams safely into New York Harbour: an anomaly which creates devastation for future generations.
Twenty-first century Britain still has an Empire, and World War One continues to ravage Europe.
Wren must somehow turn back time, and repair history; even if it means sacrificing everything he loves.
“A Ripple in Time” is a time travel romantic adventure. Protagonist Wren Prenderson was nominated for “Best Hero” in the E-Festival of Words 2013 Awards Hall, and voted by readers into joint second place.
GET IT FOR FREE here: A Ripple in Time
Wren Prenderson; "A Ripple in Time" best hero.
"The Griffin Cryer" best Urban Fantasy. Thank you to the hard working judges and everyone who voted at the eFestival of Words, organised by Julie Dawson, of Bards & Sages.
A Raucous Time, A Ripple in Time, and The Griffin Cryer. Thank you to Julie and her hard working panel of judges and reviewers.
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