Friday, October 7, 2016

Rendezvous With Yesterday News & Sneak Peek

Happy Friday!  I've been very busy this week and have news to share with you.  :-)

Rendezvous With Yesterday is now available for pre-order in paperback!  You can also now pre-order the ebook in iTunes/iBooks.  Here are all of the latest links:


Kindle  Nook  Kobo  iTunes/iBooks

Audible Coming Soon • Amazon • Tantor Audio

My Rendezvous With Yesterday Blog Tour has begun!!  Here are the stops I've made thus far:

October 3

October 4

October 5

October 6

October 7

I admit my Facebook friends helped me a bit with the Dream Cast.  I was having a hard time deciding what actor should play Marcus as a teenaged squire.  :-)

There will be more stops on the tour with many chances to win the 3 prizes up for grabs:

First Prize
$50 Amazon Gift Card

Second Prize
$20 Amazon Gift Card

Third Prize
Signed copies of Shadows Strike and A Sorceress of His Own + swag

I haven't had a chance to add the full tour schedule here yet.  Until I do (I'm hoping to do it this weekend), you can find it HERE.

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And don't forget my ongoing Rendezvous With Yesterday Pre-Order Giveaway.  It looks like I'll be randomly selecting another winner this weekend.  All pre-orders count, regardless of format—paperback, ebook, or audiobook (coming soon to Audible).

To enter just pre-order Rendezvous With Yesterday before October 17th, then fill out this form:

Save $1 When you Pre-Order the eBook!

It's time once more for Favorite Quote Friday!  Today I thought I would give you another peek into the pages of Rendezvous With Yesterday, which features Robert and Bethany as the hero and heroine:
Looking up, she found Robert and Marcus both watching her.  As one their troubled gazes dropped to her quaking fingers, then rose to her face. 
"I'm fine," she assured them.  Of course, the tears over which she apparently had no control chose that moment to spill over her lashes and pour down her cheeks.  "I'm fine," she reiterated, trying to sniff them back.  "It's just . . ." reaction.  Delayed reaction to the terror of the battle.  Of almost losing Robert and Marcus.  Of killing a man.  And of seeing all the bodies and body parts littering the field. 
But she didn't say that.  If she did, they would fall all over themselves trying to comfort her and then she really would go to pieces. 
Instead, she motioned to Marcus's injured leg.  "I just . . . can't get his chausses off." 
A shadow fell over her. 
"Many a maid has wept on my shoulder because they could not remove Marcus's chausses." 
Color suffused Marcus's face at Michael's dry remark. 
And Beth was surprised to find she could laugh.
Only a little over a week to go until the release.  :-)

Have a wonderful weekend.  I hope all of my friends in Florida and on the East Coast will weather the storm safely.


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