Monday, November 29, 2010

Like Time Travel? Win a book and meet author Sandra Cox today!

Win copy of the time travel book Sundial and chat with author Sandra Cox today at the Book Boost!

Greetings. If you don't know me, I'll tell you a little bit about myself. I'm a genre hopper. I write Crossover YA, paranormal romance, YA fantasy, western romance, metaphysical and time travel romance. I'm also an animal lover. We have five cats, a dog and have fostered cats for years.

What about you? Do you have a favorite pet that rules your domain?

Now to give you a little background on this book...I've always been fascinated by time travel and by the Texas War for Independence. These men and the men that fought with them leave me in awe, especially the brave souls at the battle of the Alamo, where they knowingly gave up their lives to buy their comrades time. In Sundial, I’ve combined my fascination for this era and time travel.

A Note from the Book Boost: Thanks for popping by to chat with us Sandra. I know our readers will enjoy this one! Please tell us a bit more about it.


As Sarah Miles drives down Eighteenth Street, a stranger materializes in front of her car. She throws on her brakes, braces for impact and…drives straight through him. For a brief moment, his voice filled with quiet despair echoes in her head. “Saura.Saura.” Then he’s gone. Later that day, Sarah discovers the SUNDIAL and her incredible journey through time begins.


Like a changing wind, the battle shifted and Sarah no longer found herself on the parameter of the skirmish but in it, the fighter she’d spoken to lost in the shadowy haze of gunpowder.

A cannon belched out iron slugs. Men and horses screamed in fear and pain. The very air scorched her lungs.

She felt a tremor beneath her feet. Looking up, her eyes widened. She stood rooted in place as a large chocolate-colored stallion with a flaxen mane and tail came thundering towards her.

The stallion was so close she could see his heaving barreled chest and red flaring nostrils. She cringed as felt the charger’s hot breath on her neck.

Monet frantically tried to claw loose from her death-like grip.

This was it. She was going to die never having found him. For whatever reason, she’d been taken back in time only to be trampled to death.

She blinked. The knowledge, the thoughts were hers but yet they weren’t. It was like peering through a filmy curtain and catching glimpses of another reality.

Monet howled in her ear and dug in his claws as if to say, snap out of it, mom.

She jerked at the painful reminder and took a hasty step back.

The stallion skidded to a rearing halt, its huge front hooves pawing the sky, before coming down on all fours a breath away.

“Put your foot in the stirrup and give me your hand.”

She knew that voice. The sound of it froze her in place. She didn’t, couldn’t look up, her eyes glued to a muscular thigh encased in course white cotton pants.

“Now, dammit!”

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Moridin said...
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Sandra Cox said...

Hi Moridin,
Probably regency England. What about you?

Moridin said...
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