Saturday, October 30, 2010

Schedule Oct 30

  • I'm blogging today with Eppie finalist, Cindy Spencer Pape. If you have an opportunity, please stop by.

Don't forget the great blogs at: Amarinda Jones, Ashley Ladd, Anny Cook, Julia Barrett and Molly Daniels. Links on right at bottom.

Contest: For a chance to win a copy of SUNDIAL, a Starbucks gift card and a 'seeing' pendant just leave a comment and mention SUNDIAL.

As Sarah Miles drives down Eighteenth Street, a stranger materializes in front of her car. She throws on her brakes, braces for impact and…drives straight through him. For a brief moment, his voice filled with quiet despair echoes in her head. “Saura.Saura.” Then he’s gone. Later that day, Sarah discovers the SUNDIAL and her incredible journey through time begins.


Jackie W said...

Opps. I wasd't paying much attention I guess and I got my comment for you under a different day. Sorry. I did read about Sundial in an email. Sounds interesting. I'll have to add it to my TBR list.

JOYE said...

Sundial is my kinda book...I like your writing very much. This one I'll be getting to read. Thanks for the info.

Sandra Cox said...

No problem on the comments, Jackie. They are sprinkled all over the place:). Glad you stopped by and a big thanks for putting me on your TBR. I so appreciate it.

Hi Joye, Thank you so much. You made my day:)

Fran Lee said...

Cindy sent me over to check out your fabulous blog. After reading the excerpt for Sundial, I will be looking for your other books...

sandy said...

Will have to add this one to my 'to be read' list as well! I like time travel books.

Marianne Stephens said...

Sundial sounds like something I'd enjoy since I love time travel stories. What a unique idea you use...having the sundial!
Saw your interview on Cindy's blog.

Happy Halloween!

Karin said...

Like Marianne, I enjoy time travel. A sundial won't work around here today though - too cloudy!
I have put the book on my TO BUY list. Thanks for the information.

Sandra Cox said...

Hey, Fran, I'm glad you stopped by!

Thanks, Marianne! Glad you came by.

Karin, You made my day:)

Happy Samhain everyone:)

robynl said...

I do like the short blurb of SUNDIAL that I read but talk about scary running into someone and passing right through.


Dea Lea said...

This sounds like a very entertaining read. It had definitely been added to my TBR list.

Dea Lea

dhrrngtn at yahoo dot com

PS. SUNDIAL- enter me into the drawing :)(please)

Sandra Cox said...

Hey Dea, You are entered! Thanks for stopping by:)