I grew up in Fanwood, New Jersey. In 2002, I moved to Bloomington, Indiana. I split my time as a co-owner in my family’s internet business and as a local insurance agent. Though I do enjoy my work and want to continue with it, I have always dreamed of being a writer. My first book Switching Stations, Switching Stories came out in 2013 and last year on June 15, 2014 my second book – a time travel story, Between Two Worlds came out. Currently I working on short story series for Channilo titled Space Goal Impossible. I am also working on my third book with a magic slant.
To contact me, my e-mail is email@example.com
Rebecca dreams her present time and lives her past.
It is 2006 and Indiana University graduate student Rebecca Harrison attends a Halloween party. Unknown to her she will have her world turned upside down when she leaves it. An unexpected accident rips her from 2006 Indiana and abandons her in 1983 Fanwood, New Jersey her hometown. She struggles to relive the past and exist as another woman with the same name and birthday as her. Can she find a way to return to her present time or will her past become her future?
Appropriate for ages 10 on up.
Centuries ago peasants thought blood-sucking fiends lurked in the shadows. They were right.
Jay rejecting the laws of vampire society has experimented on children striving to create the “perfect vampire.” Driven by guilt and facing death if he fails, Captain Ian Porter, his creator, must hunt Jay down before humanity rediscovers that vampires walk among them.
Theresa, one of Jay’s victims, is caught between living and vampire. Rena, another victim of Jay’s, is struggling to stay alive. And Anna Beth is working out just what happened to her friend and Rena.
How will Jay be stopped? And at what cost?
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