Monday, July 9, 2018

Celebrate the Release of Victorian Town by Nancy Thorne Live Facebook Party July 11

There will be lots of prizes to win including $10 Starbuck cards, autographed books, $10 Amazon gift cards, and more

Join the Live Facebook Party July 11 7-9PM EST

Victorian Town
Nancy Thorne

Genre: Paranormal Romance
with time travel and mystery elements

Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing

Date of Publication: March 28th, 2018

ISBN: 978-1-68291-639-1
ASIN: B07B65543D

Number of pages: 196
Word Count: 56,000

Cover Artist: Rae Monet

Tagline: Abby Parker has a modern life. Too bad someone in the 19th century needs it.

Book Description:

Abby Parker planned out her whole life: complete her final year of high school, go to college, get a job, move away from her insane family, stay best friends with Jessica.

But, that was before she broke into the nearby tourist attraction and unwittingly answered a call from a centuries-old spirit who dragged her into the 19th century.

Now she must solve a Victorian mystery without getting herself killed, or worse, spend a lifetime trapped in the past, leaving behind everyone she loves and altering their lives forever.

When she meets gorgeous Benjamin, the future looks a lot like wreckage.

About the Author:

Nancy Thorne is an award-winning author of fiction inspired by the romance and courage of youth.

Born and raised in a suburb of Toronto, she fostered a passion for creating stories in grade school but hid it much too well. Five years ago she decided to pursue her lifelong dream of telling them.

When she's not writing books or reading, you can find her going on road trips or cooking untested recipes for brave family members and friends.

Nancy lives outside of Toronto with her husband, two sons, and an energetic fox-red Labrador.

She loves to hear from her readers, even just to say hi. Find her online at

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Jeanna Massman said...

I love the cover. The colors are beautiful!

VampedChik said...

Sounds really interesting. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

I like time travel stories and this one sounds interesting.

Carl Scott said...

I grew up in Toronto and really enjoyed living there in the 60s and 70s. Is it still a fun place to live?

Melanie B said...

Sounds good!

Unknown said...

I enjoyed getting to know your book and thanks for the chance to win :)

James Robert said...

My sister would enjoy this read. Thanks for sharing and the giveaway also.

Sandra Watts said...

Congrats on your new release. Thanks for hosting.

Daniel M said...

sounds like a fun one

Bridgett Wilbur said...

I would love to read your book.