The Fire (Northwest Passage) by John Heldt

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Today I am reviewing The Fire (Northwest Passage) by John Heldt.

THE FIRE

 

 

Blurb: When Kevin Johnson, 22, goes to Wallace, Idaho, days after his college graduation, he expects to find rest and relaxation as his family prepares his deceased grandfather’s house for sale. Then he discovers a hidden diary and a time portal that can take him to 1910, the year of Halley’s comet and the largest wildfire in U.S. history. Within hours, Kevin finds himself in the era of horse-drawn wagons, straw hats, and ankle-length dresses. Returning to the same time and place, he decides to travel again and again and make the portal his gateway to summer fun. The adventure takes a more serious turn, however, when the luckless-in-love science major falls for pretty English teacher Sarah Thompson and integrates himself in a community headed for tragedy. Filled with humor, romance, and heartbreak, THE FIRE, the sequel…

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So Fell the Sparrow Character Spotlight: Jackie Hart – the Medium

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“When you’re traveling, you are what you are, right there and then. People don’t have your past to hold against you. No yesterdays on the road.”
— William Least Heat-Moon

We are exactly ONE WEEK away from release day of Gypsy of Spirits, the prequel short story to So Fell the Sparrow! It will include a sneak peek at the first couple chapters of SFTS as well as the short story, so I hope you all will enjoy it. The short story will be about Jackie, the medium in So Fell theSparrow. I want to delve a bit into her character today as a preview, since she was the driving force behind the concept of this book.

In my mind, I had this character. I could have fit her into any book, but somehow she seemed to fit perfectly here. She’d be a seer of spirits…

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The Long Awaited Release of Tears of War by A.D. Trosper Has Arrived!

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Finally, after a long wait by very patient (or not so patient) readers, Tears of War, the highly anticipated sequel to the award winning Embers at Galdrilene is here!

New Tears of War cover

“Old things come again and new things surface.”

Faced with a looming war, the riders have no choice but to leave the safety of Galdrilene and reach out to the nations for help. But the Shadow Riders too are reaching out and not all nations are opposed to their rule.

New discoveries are made, old wounds are reopened and betrayal hides among welcoming smiles.

As one nation begins to unravel it’s clear that some choices, even those made with the best of intentions, can have devastating consequences.

Grab your copy in either e-book or paperback HERE! And don’t forget to come on over to the Facebook release event between 7pm and 10pm CST for a chance to win a…

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Tears of War(Dragon’s Call) by A.D. Trosper

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Today I am reviewing Tears of War (Dragon’s  Call) By A.D. Trosper.

TEARS

 

 

Blurb: “Old things come again and new things surface.”

Faced with a looming war, the riders have no choice but to leave the safety of Galdrilene and reach out to the nations for help. But the Shadow Riders are doing the same and not all nations are opposed to their rule.

New discoveries are made, old wounds are reopened and betrayal hides among welcoming smiles.

As one nation begins to unravel it’s clear that some choices, even those made with the best of intentions, can have devastating consequences.

My review: This second book in the Dragon’s Call series does not disappoint. Filled with the rich details of the world we came to love in the first book. The riders develop as they grow in responsibility. The coming war weighs heavy on everyone and you can feel their…

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