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message 1: by Deborah (new)

Deborah Heal (deborahheal) | 3 comments I just joined and couldn't tell from your rules if it was all right for me to list my own books for the group's consideration. Hope so, because I just did. ha.

I'm looking for for reviews. Let me know if you're interested. debbie@deborahheal.com

You can read more about the books and the history behind them on my website: http://www.deborahheal.com

And I'd really appreciate it if you could like my Facebook author page. http://www.facebook.com/DeborahHeal

Thanks.


message 2: by Janelle (new)

Janelle (janelle5) Can you give a quick summary of the storyline, Deborah?


message 3: by Deborah (new)

Deborah Heal (deborahheal) | 3 comments Here's the blurb for the first book:

Time and Again
Visiting another century…not the summer vacation she had planned.

Abby thinks tutoring an “an economically disadvantaged adolescent” as her college service project for the summer will be a snap.

Merrideth, her sullen 11-year-old student, thinks “No thanks, I don’t need a babysitter.”

John thinks Abby’s kidding when she tells him she can fast-forward and rewind life. Not her own, of course, but that of the girl who lived in Merrideth’s house 160 years ago.

It’s difficult for Abby to break through Merrideth’s emotional wall. The girl has been closed down ever since her parents’ divorce, especially since she was forced to move to the dilapidated old house that her mom inherited. But when her dad sends her a top-of-the-line computer to make up for it, Abby and Merrideth discover a crazy program that invites them to “Take a Virtual Tour” of houses around the world— including Merrideth’s. It’s a tour all right… a tour of the past when the house was new and a girl named Charlotte Miles lived there 150 years before.

It’s like being there, only better. They know Charlotte’s thoughts and feelings. They experience her joys and frustrations as she courageously takes on a huge challenge, risking her life for others while her father is off fighting in the Civil War.

Watching from a distance, Abby and Merrideth gain a new perspective on their own lives, their faith strengthened as time and again they see God’s loving hand in Charlotte’s life.


“What really made the story unique was how she brought the past to life via a computer program. While this book is geared toward teens, I think that anyone who enjoys contemporary and historical fiction woven together will certainly enjoy this book. On a scale of one to five I would easily give this book a six! Highly recommended.”
--Brenda Casto, Amazon reviewer


message 4: by Janelle (new)

Janelle (janelle5) Thanks Deborah, I had a little read of the first book on your website and I like what I saw. If I can I'll go ahead and download the book and do you a review.


message 5: by Deborah (new)

Deborah Heal (deborahheal) | 3 comments Janelle wrote: "Thanks Deborah, I had a little read of the first book on your website and I like what I saw. If I can I'll go ahead and download the book and do you a review."

email me, Janelle, and I'll give you the download coupon from Smashwords. Thanks! debbie@deborahheal.com


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