My heart is overflowing with joy and excitement! Yesterday, my publisher let me know that the eBook version of Time Tsunami has become available for pre-order through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
On January 15th, the paperback copy will also be available. Thank you so much for sharing in this joy with me!
Here’s the Amazon pre-order link for Time Tsunami’s Kindle eBook:
Here’s the Barnes & Noble link for Time Tsunami’s Nook eBook:
Time Tsunami (Book 1 of The Time Counselor Chronicles)
To stop a cruel serial killer, she must travel twenty-four years into the past…
Gil Montgomery, a cadet in the Temporal Counseling Program, can’t wait to pass her field exam and become a professional time surfer. The TEMCO program targets death-row offenders for time-based counseling while they’re children. For her exam, Gil will travel twenty-four years into the past to counsel ten-year-old Danny Winston before he murders his abusive babysitter, Rick Olsen. Preventing the stabbing should stop the chain of events leading to Danny’s eventual execution. Gil’s assignment seems simple until her adviser, Dr. William Ableman, learns that Rick is a serial killer targeting Danny’s mother. If Gil stays and protects the Winstons, she might not survive. William wants the woman he loves to be pulled from the field, but if Gil fails to complete her assignment, it will unleash a Time Tsunami and destroy the timeline. As TEMCO undergoes an emergency lockdown, and Gil’s fellow cadets try to figure out what’s happening, Gil and William learn the importance of faith and the price of true love. Everyone’s fate is resting in Gil’s hands, but does she have the strength she needs to defeat a ruthless serial killer intent on annihilating everyone in his path. Will she return from the deadly mission…
Time Tsunami is CLEAN Christian fiction, and it doesn’t contain any swear words or dirty scenes. My main characters are all Christians, and the plan of salvation is clearly presented in the book. My characters deal with real-life issues and confront them in a Biblical manner. “Walking through the Why,” is also discussed–how to reconcile your faith when bad things happen.
I wrote Time Tsunami while I was ill and undergoing seven years of quarantine. (See my blog’s “welcome” page for more information.) I used writing as a way to distract myself from the loneliness and pain. My characters became very real to me, and they were my “window to the outside world.” I really enjoyed writing my book. On the days when the pain would hit the hardest, I would lie in bed looking up at the ceiling figuring out plot twists and funny scenes. I tried to infuse my book with suspense, romance, humor, spirituality, and action. I hope that you really enjoy it.