Friday, June 10, 2016

A chance to catch up . . .

I hope you are all having a fabulous Friday! If you haven't read The Time Seekers yet, and would still like to, it is currently free over at Now, I know many people don't do e-books yet, and I totally understand, however, it's easier than you think to download the kindle app. Here's a link on how to do that, or you can download it to your phone or tablet super easy by way of the app store.

To my sadness, The Time Seekers hasn't gotten nearly the same amount of readership as The Soul Seekers. Personally, I always felt it had a great premise: a ghost-guy from the 1950s falls in love with a girl from the 1970s. People talk about how difficult relationships are—the struggles of two people with separate ideals, values, wants, needs, etc.—well, how about not knowing if your love interest is currently in the same decade as you, mentally or physically! How about that for a challenge? I love the conversations Emma and William had, how childish they both were at times (dishes, laundry, male-female roles, jealousy . . .)  And then there was a third party, Jesse. Jesse, who was every bit of a ghost as William, haunting Emma with guilt and memories every day until his return. When he comes back, the entire story is thrown into a pit of fire. I know the world loves their Dan Brown and Mary Higgins Clark, but I love obscure books in the back of the library that have gathered years of dust. The Time Seekers is exactly that kind of book, haha.

Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful weekend!


  1. Hi Amy, I read The Souls Seekers and liked it a lot. I will pick up The Time Seekers on Amazon, but don't know when I will get to it. Sorry that it didn't do as well. More than half of a writer's life seems to be promotion. I feel bad about that and also about the fact that there are so many books out now that are really not worth reading. So I can imagine it is easy for the good ones to get lost and not found in all that Amazon provides.

    1. Hi Inger! I remember you reading the first book and giving really nice comments about it--which was awesome! Lovely to see you. Happy Sunday to you!

  2. I can imagine it is easy for the good ones to get lost and not found in all that Amazon provides.



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