I have a New Release to share with you today from a new-to-indie-but-not-new-to-publishing author-friend Jessica Keller. She and another author friend (Charity Tinnin, whose New Release you’ll see tomorrow) will both stop by on Thursday to share with us their journey into indie – and what it’s like to be a newly-published indie author in 2014! So stay tuned for that. Meanwhile, check out this awesome sounding book!
The TimeShifters series has been in my head for seven years. Seven years. I’m so excited that the first book, Saving Yesterday, is finally out in the world. The story is part time travel, part fantasy, part romance, mixed with a sassy heroine and plenty of secrets to go around.
Despite the fact that she acts as a parent to her alcoholic father, Gabby Creed feels pretty normal. But her life is turned upside-down on her seventeenth birthday when a bracelet appears on her wrist and sucks her back through time.
Turns out she’s not even a little bit normal. She’s a Shifter—a protector of humans and of history itself. And she’s not alone. The other Shifters believe Gabby is special, even more special than the mysterious Michael Pace. Oh, and the Shades—seriously creepy creatures who feed off of human despair—are determined to capture her.
It’s all a lot to absorb. So Gabby’s grateful to have Michael as her Trainer—or she would be if she could get her rebellious heart under control. Then again, if the rumors about her blood are true, saving yesterday will be the least of her worries.
What Amazon reviewers are saying:
“Her world building is only exceeded by her ability to draw me into the story with believable characters that I care deeply about.” –Edie Melson
“I’m an adult and this is a young adult book and I love it.” –Kelly Q.
“This well structured young adult fantasy manages to balance a breakneck pace with a character-driven plot” –A. Grace
“I couldn’t put this book down. Seriously. I read it in an afternoon.” –Charity Tinnin
A Starbucks addict, avid reader, and chocolate aficionado, Jessica Keller is multi-published in both Young Adult Fiction and Romance, but the TimeShifters series is her first time wading into the Indie waters. When she’s not dancing in her car at a stoplight, you can find her at her website, on Twitter (@AuthorKeller), or on her Facebook Page.