Friday, May 22, 2020

Time's A Wasting!

Still time to grab your copy of Aimee's Locket for just $.99.  Audiobook available as well.  Time travel romance and if  you like westerns, time travel, romance, wagon trains, cowboys and Indians, this one fits the bill.

Here's a link to the book trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-Sw3wnMyXM&t=1s

Buy Link on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Aimees-Locket-P-L-Parker-ebook/dp/B002TG4NJC?pf_rd_r=K1KGAVH9K74SEVPS6MYV&pf_rd_p=a68997e1-0c66-4957-a829-7ef8a8bad2dd&pd_rd_r=0b1633e7-5098-45e9-9c8b-6b6f9129fdce&pd_rd_w=lFUyW&pd_rd_wg=gAjFm&ref_=pd_gw_ci_mcx_mr_hp_d 

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Travel Back 40,000 Years - The Riley's Journey Trilogy

They stepped through the portal and traveled back 40,000 years. The Riley's Journey Trilogy: Riley's Journey, Into the Savage Dawn and Beyond Tomorrow. Each just $.99 on Amazon.


Riley's Journey Blurb:  The research project was only for an "extended period." No one said anything about forever! Deceived and betrayed, Riley is sent back 40,000 years to be the mate of a man she’d never before met. Her journey will take her into a world fraught with dangers—a world made more treacherous by savage beasts, primitive Neanderthals, and the incursion of the aggressive Cro-Magnon man.

Buy Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005SV26KS/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0



Into the Savage Dawn Blurb: Sent back 40,000 years to the ends of the last great Ice Age, the time travelers embark on a journey of survival and discovery. The brutal and cannibalistic Cro-Magnons discover the small band and attack. Forced to flee from their high mountain encampment, the tribe heads into the dawn, towards the Pacific Ocean and their dream of ultimately reaching North America. Geena and Micah are left behind to lead the Cros away from the escaping tribe. When he is killed, she finds herself terribly alone. Severely injured and without hope or resources, she nonetheless is determined to survive and find the people. Survival of the fittest - that is the law of primordial earth.

Buy Link:  https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06VY5Y4T6?notRedirectToSDP=1&ref_=dbs_mng_calw_0&storeType=ebooks




Beyond Tomorrow Blurb:  The vicious and predatory Cros are amassing in ever growing numbers in the foothills above the travelers’ temporary encampment. Facing inevitable attack, the tribe hastens to prepare for the last leg of their journey—the perilous voyage across the Bering Strait to the shores of the Americas. But time is in short supply.
Kidnapped by a band of marauding Cros, Rachel’s fate as a slave is preordained. Females are few, the tribeswomen the ultimate prize and better off dead the reality. But fate is capricious and unsettled. When the savage warrior, Hawk, overpowers her captors and takes her for his own, Rachel’s destiny takes a new direction.



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Be safe!

Patsy

Friday, May 1, 2020

All She Wanted Was to Return to the Future - Aimee's Locket - Time Travel Romance

NOW JUST $.99 ON AMAZON!

What would you do if one day you were swept through a portal and ended up somewhere in the past? Would you try anything possible to return home?  I know I would.

Aimee is a modern young woman who's one sole passion is collecting antique lockets and that's how the adventure started. One minute she was in modern day Seattle and the next in 1847 St. Louis, alone, scared and without the means to survive.

What is she to do? She wants nothing more than to go home and the only way to get to Seattle, even in 1847, is by wagon train. She has no money, lone women are not usually allowed to travel so what is her recourse? Marry the wagon scout of course.  Jake Marshal is her ticket home!  Find out what happens!

Book video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-Sw3wnMyXM&t=42s

Buy Link:  https://www.amazon.com/Aimees-Locket-P-L-Parker-ebook/dp/B002TG4NJC/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=




Now in audiobook form as well, narrated by the awesome Dawson McBride:  https://www.amazon.com/Aimees-Locket-dp-B07FTV2P7X/dp/B07FTV2P7X/ref=mt_audio_download?_encoding=UTF8&me=&qid=

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Time to Read? Grab a Book!

Okay, so a little self-promotion never hurts, especially if you have a product that helps in these trying times.  Reading has always been a joy for me.  I've read countless books in my life and am always looking for that new read.  Currently, I'm reading the Alien series of books and enjoying every one.  I love scifi and read scifi and paranormal almost exclusively.  What about you?

I'm currently working on a fourth book in my Star Brides series and I'm liking what I've written so far.  Just need to get time to write.  Maybe soon.

If you're looking for a new read, try one of my books in the Star Brides series. Each is a stand alone so you don't have to read every one to enjoy the book.

Here they are:

The Chalice:  One thousand panic-stricken women awaken two hundred years in the future, captives aboard an unmanned alien spacecraft bound for parts unknown! How had they gotten there and why?

The males thought they came willingly. The females believed they’d been kidnapped - and when the two sides meet, the battle begins. 

Buy link:  
https://www.amazon.com/Chalice-P-L-Parker-ebook/dp/B00BUDETUI/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+chalice+by+p.l.+parker&qid=1587660706&sr=8-1


Breeder Slave: The human females Leah and the Irish lass Moira are captured and then abandoned, forced to fend for themselves on a barren planet light years from all they know. Their only hope is Sulas, a fugitive breeder slave, who wants nothing to do with them.

Buy Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N7YXDW9?notRedirectToSDP=1&ref_=dbs_mng_calw_1&storeType=ebooks












Abaddon Rising:  One of a million statistics in the intergalactic war, Jocelyn St. Germaine is captured, sold as a slave and then forced to fight in the Deg’Nara gladiator games.  She’s slated to lose when Kanaan, the most feared warrior of all, claims her as his own.

Buy Link:  https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BFHH983?notRedirectToSDP=1&ref_=dbs_mng_calw_2&storeType=ebooks

Thursday, April 16, 2020

The Longer Journey

I usually try to blog about uplifting stories and my joys in life.  Hard to do these days with the medical issues my husband is suffering. Six years ago, he had to have two sessions of chemotherapy for Hodgkins Lymphoma. The first session didn't quite get it all so he had to go through another. Afterwards, he developed AFIBs and additional treatment for that. In February 2018, he suffered his first stroke.  When they tried to clear out the vein, it collapsed and he had to have a brain vein bypass surgery, one of the very few done so far.  For the first two months, he was unresponsive and I despaired that he'd every recover, but then he moved his left hand. After months of hospitalization and rehab, he came home, mostly intact but with a few issues we easily overcame and life went on. 

In early December, 2019, hubby had a second stroke, a thalamic stroke, which has led to major cognitive issues.  My once healthy, happy, fun guy has become a 6'2" toddler. Breaks my heart into a million pieces. I wanted him home.  Unfortunately, I developed pneumonia the middle of March and was not able to see him for 3 weeks, adding in time for the corona virus quarantine. But with my usual optimism and determination, I brought him home from the care facility the first of April.  Within a short period, it has become abundantly clear that I'm not capable of taking care of this big guy 24/7.  He has few quiet times, mostly pacing, getting into things, disappearing, etc., so I'm admitting defeat. Me who never thought I couldn't do something if I put my mind to it is admitting defeat!


I thank God we decided to do some of the things we wanted to do early.  Life had dealt us some heavy blows and we wanted to enjoy our retirement so we took some of the trips that we always wanted to do.  The picture was taken in early September 2019 in Ketchikan and he was doing well then. 

I am exploring the ways to pay for the care, which if any of you know, is extremely expensive, but with God's help, I hope we can get him back to the facility he was in before I brought him home.  They like him there, and they welcome his return.

Tears are falling as I write this. So hard to accept. A few prayers for my guy would be appreciated.  Thanks in advance and my love to all of you.

Patsy

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

How About a Free Read?

I suspect we are all doing a lot of reading during these chaotic times.  In hopes of doing a little good, I'm putting my novel, Riley's Journey, free on Amazon, April 10 - 12!  If you like time travel, really ancient history and of course romance, you might like to stop by and download a free copy.

Blurb:  

The research project was only for an "extended period." No one said anything about forever! Deceived and betrayed, Riley is sent back 40,000 years to be the mate of a man she’d never before met. Her journey will take her into a world fraught with dangers—a world made more treacherous by savage beasts, primitive Neanderthals, and the incursion of the aggressive Cro-Magnon man.

Surviving alone for five years in this vast wilderness, Nathan, along with his enormous dog, Demon, carve out a life in the perilous environment. Though thrown together by forces beyond their control, Riley and Nathan nevertheless find love—but can these two lost souls survive against such overwhelming odds?


Link:  https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005SV26KS/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Little Kindnesses go a Long Way

I shared this story on Facebook but I wanted to share with all of you:

I want to tell you a story about a guy who went into Winco, found toilet paper and immediately was surrounded by people who asked where he got it. He directed them to the spot and for the rest of his shopping visit, people were coming up to him and thanking him for his help. He finished picking up what was needed and then got in line. A lady was in a line that closed just ahead of her, so he told her to go ahead of him. She was one of the toilet paper seekers. She was so appreciative and said "you're so nice, why are you being so nice." Well, let me tell you. My oldest son Jared is a really a nice person and I'm so proud of him for even these small acts of kindness! Even small acts of kindness go a long way.


Right now it is even more important to be kind, courteous, and respectful.  Be brave in the face of this new adversity. 

As my old daddy used to say "It's a long worm that has no turning."  His way of saying, "This too will pass."

Some photos that bring me joy!