Charlotte Harper’s life isn’t going as expected; she had to change her course of studies, her ex-boyfriend has hooked up with her best friend, and she misses her mother desperately since her passing. Searching for meaning and direction, she pours herself into her family history. She learns of a possible ancest or named Elizabeth from the early nineteenth century, who was hung for the crime of witchcraft, and is determined to try to save her. Charlotte explores the strength of her Wiccan beliefs and the powers within her stones, preparing a spell to transport herself back in time nearly two centuries. She arrives at a small town on the shore of Owasco Lake, New York. Intending to stay just long enough to save Elizabeth, she creates a cover story and attempts to fit in. After weeks with no word of Elizabeth, she immerses herself in the community, working in the General Store and using her knowledge of herbs and medicine to help those in need. She soon forms strong bonds with those around her, becoming drawn into the simple and fulfilling life of a bygone era, and even falls in love—more deeply than she ever thought possible. As the deadline of the execution nears, visions of the future begin to plague her and those around her. Can she save Elizabeth and undo what happened almost two centuries ago? With two lives on the line, she knows she must face the consequences of meddling with time, even if it costs her everything.
Charlotte Harper's adventure begins here, in the first book in The Sky Watcher Book Series. Will she be able to travel back to 1818 and save Elizabeth from a certain hanging?
When Charlotte's, AKA Sky Watcher's, story came into my mind, I had no idea what to do with it. Should I tell people? Should I ignore the little voices? Or should I listen? I thought on it for some time before deciding to write it. I wanted to share this story with people who would enjoy it. I had to learn the process and steps to getting published--there are many and they aren't always easy, but I'd made up my mind. I was determined! I like to say I'm tenacious, at least when it comes to Sky Watcher. This is book 1 in the series, the beginning my author journey and the beginning of Sky Watcher's adventure.
She dreams of a woman she's never met and whose life she's compelled to save.
Every ending is a new beginning.
When Charlotte makes up her mind to attempt to make this journey, she has much to think about. There is so much to organize. Everything she might need once there, must go with her; steps must be taken in the event that she doesn't return; and she must take all the necessary precautions to travel safely--if indeed this type of travel is actually possible.
Charlotte Harper’s best friend Jessica is shocked to receive a letter detailing Charlotte’s journey back in time to save her possible ancestor Elizabeth. The letter, written in 1819, speaks of the consequences of Charlotte’s actions and asks for Jessica’s help. Charlotte’s adventure begins with a Wiccan ritual and spell that takes her back to 1818. After arriving at a small town on the shore of Owasco Lake, New York, she settles in, finding work at the general store to earn her keep. While awaiting Elizabeth’s arrival, she forms strong bonds with those around her, finding herself part of a tight-knit circle of friends and deeply in love. Charlotte knows that walking through one door often closes many others, so when she dreams of warnings from the future she left behind, she wants to understand. Is Jessica reaching out to her? What is she trying to tell her? Knowing that one single choice can change who is your friend, your lover, who lives and who dies, Charlotte must choose her path wisely so as not to make the same mistakes.
In book 2 of the Sky Watcher Book Series, Jessica receives a letter, written in 1819, speaking of her best friend Charlotte's time in 1818, and the consequences of her actions.
After self-publishing book one in this series, Sky Watcher: A Shadow in Time, I continued on, writing book two, Déjà-Vu. I did it out of determination to have my story read. That's it, plain and simple. I want to share Sky Watcher's journey with anyone who'd like to read about it. I hope you will take the chance.
Jessica reads the letter and knows deep down inside, that she must do what she can to help her best friend--her life depends on it!
The letter, written in 1819 and delivered in 2012, speaks of actions and consequences.
The premise of this story, together with book one of the series, is simply this... Choices made = consequences.
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