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Travel back in time to medieval London with the Willifred family

Friday, June 8th, 2018
Medieval
Madness
Mr.
Willifred’s Great Adventures Book 1
by
Jessica Sara Campbell
Genre:
YA Fantasy, Time Travel
 
Traveling
through time is not for everyone, and it’s definitely not Susan and
Freddy’s idea of a fun ride. Their adventurous granddaughter Sylvia,
though, would be happy just to do something new for a change already,
anything! 

 

 

Travel
back in time to medieval London with the Willifred family on a
heart-warming adventure of history, excitement, humor, and love. Meet
the real heroes of the medieval era, some who you may not have heard
about, and some you might know well! Watch history come to life in
this action-packed saga.

 

 

As
Sylvia discovers, medieval London may not be as glamorous as it
appears in the movies, and there may even be someone up to no good
behind the scenes. No one ever said old age is easy, and no one ever
said being a teen is easy. Join Freddy, Susan, and Sylvia on a
jam-packed ride of a lifetime, for they might find more than they are
expecting in their typical weekday routine this time…

 

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Jessica
Sara Campbell was born in Florida and raised in New Hampshire and
Idaho. She loves Disney, teaching, reading, writing, and animals. She
has been married to the love of her life for seven years. Jessica has
been writing since birth, even if it was only scribbles. Jessica has
played both the violin and the piano and speaks French. Jessica has
written articles for several Newspapers in Idaho, but her favorite
writing took place in high school and college where true literary
nerds can let their creativity flow. She loves fishing, horseback
riding, and hiking just as much as swimming at the beach. This is
Jessica’s first book, and it is a dream come true.
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Cover Reveal for Kavan by Kristen Clark-Frost

Monday, October 17th, 2016

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Book Descriptions:

Ashlyn wasn’t looking for a man. She had books, her best friend, and a job she loved. Unless she found a man like the ones in her books, she was happy being single. Until she met Kavan.

Working with his family, Kavan kept the human’s safe from what lurked in the shadows. He wasn’t looking for his mate, wasn’t ready to settle down. Until he found Ashlyn.

Can Ashlyn accept Kavan and the life he offers? Can Kavan keep Ashlyn safe from the monsters hunting her?

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Kristen Clark – Frost bio

lives in New Hampshire with her family. A die hard metalhead, you’ll find her at her computer,

headphones blasting, while pounding away at the keyboard. Her cat, who believes he’s trans species

and really a vicious canine, sleeping by her side. An avid reader with a voracious appetite for the written word, Kristen made a bold move and changed careers to chase her dream; creating spectacular new worlds for others to enjoy.

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Previously working and advocating for children and adults with developmental disabilities,

Kristen spent many hours introducing others to the power and magic of the written word.

When opportunity arose, she dove headfirst into writing full time.

Kavan is the first book in the Drelatta Wolves Series.

 

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HAPPY BOOK BIRTHDAY KAVAN!

 

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After the Willis Asylum closed, the secrets of its past lingered in its decaying halls

Saturday, February 13th, 2016

What makes you passionate about writing?

I started life as a classically trained artist, and writing just evolved one day when I wasn’t looking. Writing, I found, and very much to my surprise, was just painting with words. With a brush you gently stroke indigo blue or vermilion onto a canvas to shadow a face in remorse. The same can be said of the words you brush across a page to project that same face, slowly drawn down into the collar of a borrowed, wool coat, shiny from wear, yet retained the strength in its weft and warp to comfort a penitent soul. Having the ability to close my eyes and see how sunlight would dance across a marble floor after a rain, or how the long shadows of dusk transform even the most ordinary of objects into that which we fear most, is inspirational.

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Do you have a writing routine?

Very much so. I write religiously every Saturday for 8-10 hours. Some Saturdays I’ll write three chapters, others I’ll spend hours researching and write only notes for the next week. This isn’t to say I don’t spend a little time during the week writing. I’ll jot down ideas, or plot twists that come to me and deposit them on my desk so I’m ready to write on Saturday.

Interesting. Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?

This is always a tough question because there are so many good ones to choose from. If I were casting for the protagonist, I would say Stana (more…)