Yay! It’s Freebee Fridays time!
First of all, Congrats to last week’s winner: Maddy
You’ve received a free copy of “Mona Lisa’s Room” by Vonnie Davis, and the bonus winner of “A Taste of Chocolate” is: Charissa
If you’d like to find out more about Vonnie Davis and her books, hop on over to http://vonniedavis.com/Home_Page.html
I’m starting to enjoy this. I’m really looking forward to this week’s interview!
Yes, you are doing great.
You were almost nice to Vonnie Davis.
Nice! This cannot happen!
No one can this I’m nice!
Please forget I said that and at lest try to be nice to this author.
Why am I worried about this?
Okay, let her in.
Hello. authory-looking person, please come in.
Come on in and have a seat.
My shirt matches you hair!
Well, yes, it is nearly the same shade.
Who are you, my dear?
My name is Sara Barnard and I want to take readers back in time to the 19th century so they can share in the adventures of Confederate Captain Sanderson Redding and his damsel, Charlotte Adamsland.
Huh? What’s all this confederate stuff.
I don’t understand. What the heck is this a book about?
That’s the thing.
It’s only disguised as a book.
It’s really a time travel device. (Shhh.)
Well that’s just crazy. That’s just not possible. Why would anyone want to read something like that!
So they can travel back in time.
Duh. (Whoops! Excuse me!)
This one’s a little nutty
Give her a chance.
Okay. Geeze. Alright Miss Time Travel.
Are there at least explosions?
There are some explosions,
all in a 19th century way of exploding.
She actually thinks she’s time traveling.
Just go with it.
Okay, what’s the story about?
The war (Civil, that is) is over, Sanderson is home, and life is good. Until the Army comes knocking. They’ve charged Sanderson with murder and unless he can track down the notorious outlaw William “Bloody Bill” Quantrill, he’ll face the hangman’s noose. Meanwhile, Charlotte is left in Minerva’s capable hands to endure a complicated pregnancy before battling a rash of hydrophobee that threatens the countryside; Cotton, Achilles, and Sanderson included.
Hydrophobee? This is about being afraid of water?
You are one weird chic.
It’s not about… Huh?
You said there was an explosion, right?
All Civil-War like
I don’t believe you.
Have you ever actually exploded anything?
Yes once, but I’m not allowed to talk about it. We are still under a gag order. As to why, in true Texas fashion, it just needed explodin’.
Someone else who realizes the wonder of a grand explosion!
How about taking over the world?
Wait, who told you about that? Have you been talking to Althea the Green?
My success in world domination remains to be seen. Ask me again in 2015.
Yes! I will!
Maybe we can take over the world together? What’s your plan?
Well the trick to taking over the world is inventing a time travel device … hey, wait. Is this a trick question? I know nothing about it and I will deny it if it comes up again.
So what should we explode first?
Well that is simple. I would explode what needed explodin’! And that can be anything from, wait, I’m not allowed to talk about it, remember?
Ha Ha! Yes!
I love Sara Barnard!
Quickly! We must give away her book!
Let’s get rocking!
If anyone would like to win a free copy of
A Heart Broken (An Everlasting Heart #2) leave a comment below.
We will choose a winner on Monday.
Thanks Sara, and great job winning over the Little Blue Lady from Mars!
One day we will
rule the world together!
Thanks for lett’n me hang!
If you’d like to find out more about Sara Barnard and her books, hop on over to www.sarabarnardbooks.com
The Little Blue Lady From Mars © Jennifer M. Eaton.
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The book sounds wonderful!!! P.S. Is it weird when I get jealous that the Little Blue Lady is making friends? I want her allll to myself;-)
I’ve mentioned other places their interviews have been the best…but, I find yours are OUT of the world (no pun intended). No matter how anyone switches up the questions, they are just that. Here, it’s like a mini-movie. Most imaginative.
Thanks so much.
As you know, I do have a passion for history and, as a teen, I read copious amounts of historical fiction. (And I love time travel, too!) This one seems perfect because it sounds like it has explosions in it, as well as an adventure and a romance! Best of luck, Sara, and great job winning over the Blue Lady! 🙂
I need to read more books set during the Civil War. A fascinating period in history, but no less fascinating than this post.
Wow! Good job Sara for winning over the little Blue Lady. Your book sounds great, especially the Civil War like explodin’.