I can’t wait! If I know Melanie, she’s got a great party planned for that day. And why not celebrate? Now people who prefer to read on an e-reader can enjoy her fab book, too.
When a contemporary teen is transported back through time to the Victorian era, she becomes A Shadow in the Past…
Nineteen-year-old Sarah Shand finds herself thrust back into the past. There she struggles to keep her real identity from a society that finds her comments and ideas strange and her speech and actions forward, unlike Victorian women. When Sarah verbally confronts confining social practices, including arranged marriages; powerful enemies commit her to a lunatic asylum. After falling in love with the handsome Laird of Weetshill, Robert Robertson, she must decide whether to find her way back to her own time or to remain in the past with him.
You can buy Melanie’s book at the links below (change the .co.uk in the amazon one to whatever your domain is) but not yet. She would like it if you waited until the 4th to make your purchase so that when all the sales are registered on that one day, A Shadow in the Past will soar up the charts.
So mark your calendars for that date and get your buying fingers limbered up.
I told you in my last post that Melanie Robertson-King’s novel, A Shadow in the Past, was available for amazon’s kindle reader. Well now it’s available for Barnes & Noble’s nook, the kobo and over at the iBookstore!
If you’d prefer to buy it as an ebook, all you have to do is click on the logo of your choice and you can download it. The link for all the amazon domains is the same, you just have to change the .co.uk to your own.
So what are you waiting for? It’s your opportunity to get a great read in ebook format!
This is the most fantastic news! Okay, I’ve known for a while – just been sworn to secrecy but now that the news it out, I can share it. Well, try to anyway. I’m so excited I can hardly type. My hands are even shaking.
Melanie is coming to Scotland! And best of all, she’s coming to Kendonald and is having a book launch in the village hall on 17 August. Isn’t that fab?
And she’s got a date at the Central Library in Aberdeen, too. Not sure of the date and time yet, but things are going so well for her right now, I couldn’t be happier. Well, maybe I could. She could get her skates on and finish her second book. But that’s another story.
I’ll be crossing the days off on my calendar with big red Xs counting down to the big day.
She’s hoping for a great turnout at both events, so please help me spread the word.
4RV Publishing, winner of the 2012 Best of Edmond Book Publishers, is entered in the Staples’ PUSH It Forward Contest aimed at promoting and assisting small businesses.
My creator, Melanie Robertson-King, along with other 4RV authors, is spreading the word via Facebook, blog, Twitter, and a number of other social media platforms.
You can help, too, by voting for 4RV by clicking here.
Melanie is in Australia talking to Wendy Laharnar on her blog Wendy L about her love of Scotland and her inspiration for her novel – A Shadow in the Past.
I love this cover. I hate getting my picture taken but Aidana WillowRaven captured more than just my physical image, don’t ya think?
Anyway, Melanie is also guest blogging over at Romancing the Genres so be sure to drop by there, too.
If you’re feeling all warm and fuzzy after reading these two posts, then maybe you’ll share a tweet or two?
Here’s one for each blog…
Join @Wendy_author as she interviews @RobertsoKing about A Shadow in the Past and her love of Scotland http://ow.ly/kIyWI
Wow! I can’t believe I almost missed this. The Historical Novelists’ Book Fair ends on 15th April. I’m really glad I didn’t sign up for it because I almost missed the boat entirely. Besides, I’m only a character so I don’t think I could sign up. Oh well, at least my creator, Melanie Robertson-King, took part. You can see her entry on her blog Celtic Connexions.
Other great authors are taking part, too, so you can click on the Historical Novelists’ Book Fair badge at the top of this post and it will take you to the page where everyone has signed up. There are lots of brill books there, but I have to admit being partial to A Shadow in the Past by Melanie. Hmmm… wonder why?