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Spinning Time by D.F. Jones

Spinning Time, a time travel romance is set to release May 2.

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1948 Burkett Falls

Southern debutante, Julia Boatwright has everything a twenty-one-year-old desires, a wealthy family, close friends, and a handsome fiancé until she plunges into the deep pools of Burkett Falls trapped in a natural time portal that propels her seventy years into the future. 88 more words

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The Cosmic City Cover Reveal

Here it is–the cover of my latest book, the third book in the Stolen Future trilogy, The Cosmic City. Just as Keryl Clee thought that he could settle down to life in the far-distant future that is now his home, a stranger brings him news of a calamity of such staggering proportions that if he cannot unite this fractured world, he will soon witness its utter destruction… 23 more words

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"The Cosmic City" Preview

Before The Cosmic City, the third volume in the Stolen Future trilogy, hits the virtual shelves, I have posted the first chapter here. Stay tuned for the pre-sale announcement and cover reveal! 21 more words

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The End of All (Three) Things

It’s over. I just delivered a bouncing baby book named The Cosmic City. It weighs in at 88,129 words, not such a large baby by today’s standards, but significantly more than I expected. 267 more words

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Introducing Georgina Young-Ellis, Fellow Austen Author

My Journey to JAFF

By Georgina Young-Ellis

We all have our own moment, the one in which we said to ourselves, “I’m hooked.” Like many other Jane Austen fans, I can safely say it was the moment I read the first sentence of Pride and Prejudice. 818 more words

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Christmas Sale

From now until Christmas Day, The Invisible City is on sale at Amazon and Smashwords for $.99. This is a great chance to grab a last-minute (virtual) stocking-stuffer–and gives plenty of time to read the first book in the series, and… 12 more words

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Interview with Vivian Vande Velde, Author of 23 Minutes

So, I’ve read several stories (a couple books reviewed here) in which the time travel is of the  “Groundhog Day” type, where the protagonist can travel into the past, but usually no farther than a day ago, or sometimes just a few hours ago, sometimes repeatedly. 1,484 more words

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