I'm excited to reveal a new cover for Lost in Time - Book 1. The new cover is more conducive to a middle grade audience and I love the fact that Ben, the main character has come to live on the front of the book. Let me know what you think? I hope you love it as much as I do!
Book 2 has many settings but one of the settings is a castle in England. I am trying to decide which castle though. I've googled a few and even reached out to my cousin who lives in Middlesex, England for her thoughts. She suggested Hever Castle & Gardens which was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. In looking at the website it seems too cleaned up and pretty to me with Easter celebrations and a tulip show even. I'm looking for an old, craggy castle that's half abandoned and looks like it belongs in a medieval story. Anyway, let me know your thoughts. I'm open to castle suggestions!
Now that my new website is live, please share your thoughts. I am in the midst of writing Lost in Time, Book 2. This book builds on Book 1 and sheds some more light on the main character as well as exploring his closest relationships with lots of adventure along the way. Let me know if you'd like to see excerpts from the new book or my thoughts on the writing process. I look forward to connecting!