Hello, Friends. :)
Because my debut (time travel) novel 'The Path Chosen' is in its final review stage, and because my publisher Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc. is sharing my 'author interview' this week on their Facebook Page (we're on Day 2 today), I thought I'd [re]show you 'the faces of my characters' -- and a few details:
~ Dianna of 2015, 28, highly independent, successful, and 'passionate'.
~ David of 2015, 30, successful businessman, and is engaged to Dianna.
~~ Dianna and David were born in Australia.
~ Anna of 1858, 26, married to Adam.
~ Adam of 1858, 30, is a preacher (and does things to Dianna's heart that she tries not to focus on.)
~~ Adam and Anna were born in #England.
~ Their story is based in, and near, Sydney, Australia, in 1858 and 2015.
Among other characters dotted throughout Anna's and Dianna's journey, keep an eye out for Dr. Tom Atwood (an important person in the women's future), Elizabeth Farmer (who may very well have her own story to tell one day), the Australian author and 'bush poet', Henry Kendall, and, my favourite character, Jack. (We can discuss Jack after you meet him. :) )
By the way (and I do plan to do a blog on the differences asap), I apologise to my American friends for the Aussie (that's pronounced Ozzie ;) ) spelling, but I hope, pray, and trust, you will see the spelling as part of the Aussie (and British) experience, knowing such things reflect the characters and the world they come from -- and I seriously hope it helps you connect with me even more. :) xx Thank you. <3
head on over to Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc. Facebook page to read part 2 of my responses to an 'author interview', and LIKE the page while you're there so you can not only hear of great books and deals, but get to know many great authors at the same time.
Thanks for reading. Thanks for being here. Bless you! XX <3 XX
THE FACES THAT INSPIRED: Find more HERE...
Actually, they're the faces I would choose for the mini-series. ;)
PS. You're welcome. ;)
Head on over to Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc. Facebook page to read my responses to an 'author interview', and LIKE the page while you're there so you can not only see the rest of the interview (to be posted over the next few days), but hear about great books and deals, and get to know many wonderful authors at the same time.
And while you're there, if you haven't already, LIKE my Facebook Author page -- because sooner or later I will figure out how to do giveaways! :D
Thanks for reading. Thanks for being here. God bless -- and I'll see you soon. :) xxx
Ooh! By the way... If anyone knows how to run a 'giveaway', where I don't have to pick the winner, PLEASE let me know. :) Thank you! :)
Any tips on how to do a 'newsletter' would be great, too. :)