April 29, 2019 at 1:21 am #1209
Author bio: Author Pamela Schloesser Canepa had a childhood full of travel and moving, fueling her writing of poems and stories as a child to provide entertainment for long trips. When her family settled in the southeast, writing provided an outlet for private thoughts and emotions for years, until she decided to self-publish fiction in 2016. Pamela’s genres include science fiction, paranormal fiction, and poetry of all types. The “Made for Me” series was Pamela’s first published fiction series with a futuristic flavor. Detours in Time, Pamela’s first full-length sci-fi novel, hit the scene in 2017.Pamela plans to continue to write a spinoff with one of the characters in “Undercurrents in Time,” and her next project is another installment in the “Made for Me” series.
Author note: I’ve been self-published in the Science Fiction genre since 2016. I currently have two books in the works to add to the Detours in Time series based on characters in the first two books. You can find me at these sites and social media:
Twitter handle: PamSCanepa1
You can find any of my published books at https://www.amazon.com/Pamela-Schloesser-Canepa/e/B01E0KV716
Besides its availability on Amazon, Made for Me and its sequel, Seeing Through Sampson’s Eyes, two futuristic novellas with a slight hint of romance, are both also available on other retailers. See https://books2read.com/ap/nAMBpn/Pamela-Schloesser-CanepaApril 29, 2019 at 1:28 am #1210
Detours in Time has been compated to Dr. Who; a sci-fi novel in which an artsy young chick aligns herself with an awkward professer to explore other times. What they find is shocking and yet, life-affirming. Follow them on their journey. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0711ZW6XF
You can find any of my published books at https://www.amazon.com/Pamela-Schloesser-Canepa/e/B01E0KV716April 29, 2019 at 12:13 pm #1211
Undercurrents in Time follows Tabitha and Milt into the next stage of their lives. They have been to other worlds and time periods, what could compare?
Tabitha finds herself missing her independence, and both Milt and Tabitha are settling into a “normal” life. She longs for a getaway, even a short one, but that getaway puts her on a collision course with danger. Tabitha risks it all on a brief escape. How will she handle the unforeseen dangers she faces and make her way back home? How far will Tabitha and Milt go to prevent tragedy?
Amazon review: “”As in Detours of Time, Schloesser-Canepa dedicates a balanced amount of time on both action and emotion, as she skillfully lets readers into Milt and Tabitha’s psyches, yet never bore, and always has a surprise waiting around the next page. ”
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