Well I am well into my next 2 classes and one of them is a diversities class which I am really enjoying. We are currently discussing prejudice which is a topic of discussion I have a lot to say about. I have learned a lot about society and how they are created and how they die off, and how much diversity plays a part in it. It has opened my eyes to a lot of new stuff, which is what school is suppose to do.
On another note, I have decided to drop the price of my kindle book. You now can pick up a copy for $2.99. So make sure you tell all your friends who haven't pick up a copy to get one. The computer I have been using to write my book has been taken off life support so now i have to get a new one. Sad day I know. Anyway, as soon as I can get it replace I will continue working on it. I have a good chuck finished on book 2. I'm still hoping to get book 2 publish later this year. Anyway, I hope your weeks are going good. Till next time my friends.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
I would like to introduce ya'll to a good friend of mine, James Layton. Any opportunity I have to help out a fellow author, i will. My sister, Linna, came to me and asked if I would do a little blog thing to help promote her friend's new book. Of course I said yes, she is my sister after all. So here it is, a little something, something about James and the blurb about his new book and 2 links in case you so desire to click and purchase his book. Thank you everyone and please support all your favorite author by reading their books and posting a review on amazon.com or barnsandnoble.com where ever their books are. Thanks. Till next time!
James D. Layton has been writing screenplays for over a decade, but turned to novels in 2012. He lives in England with his two sons Ettienne and Cody. He likes running and chocolate, and sometimes running with chocolate. His favourite book is Jurassic Park, his favourite film is Jaws and listens to many types of music. Including Jimmy Eat World, System of a Down and The Doors.
Eloise sits at her dull little desk in her stuffy little office and watches her pencil tip snap for the final time. The war in Europe fills her mind with stories of adventure and heroism and yet for a 17 year old English girl, her pencil is probably the most dangerous thing she has ever held. It is 1945 and her only chance to escape the status quo of her existence is a small advert in a local shop window looking for war volunteers. She packs her bags. Waves her town goodbye and heads for the train station with a deep feeling that adventure awaits. Little does she know that less than 48 hours later she will be wrapped up in a world of time travel, romance and an epic journey of self discovery. She is thrown into the viper pit as time itself is split like a smashed water melon, and Eloise must embark on a death defying plot to stop Adolf Hitler in his tracks. Thrown back to 1935 with her fellow volunteers. The Nazi army baying for her blood is only half as heart stopping as the feeling inside... that she was born to do this.