About Return to Canterbury:
Things have settled down for thirteen-year-old Jamie Reynolds since last Christmas. That’s when he time-traveled to 1932 and wound up in the town of Canterbury, Vermont. There he met Kelly and Christopher Pennysworth, who quickly became his best friends. Back in his own time again, he misses them every day.
But, as the July 4th, 2008 holiday approaches, the biggest black cloud hovering over Jamie’s life is the mystery of what happened to his dad, who has been missing for almost a year.Little does Jamie know that he will soon reunite with Kelly and Christopher for an adventure even bigger than their last. Together they’ll uncover a secret plot that threatens to destroy Canterbury. But will they be able to stop it before it’s too late? And will Jamie finally solve the mystery of his father’s disappearance? Return to Canterbury with us and find out!
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Thank you for helping me share the cover for my new book. The Christmas Village is available on Amazon now, and Return to Canterbury will be soon. So grateful for all my friends "across the pond." MelissaReplyDelete
neat cover and sounds like a very good story. Best of luck on sales to Melissa AnnReplyDelete
Thank you Joanne! The sequel is coming out this month!Delete
It's a beautiful looking book. Love the cover.ReplyDelete
Thank you Maria - I'm really happy with the covers too!Delete
Love time travel! Best of luck to Melissa!ReplyDelete
Yay, Melissa! This book is wonderful. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Julie :)Delete
Hi Annalisa and Melissa - how wonderful you're reading Melissa's story with your son - great way to share bloggers' books ... and the time travel connection - where next one asks .. sounds fascinating though .. cheers HilaryReplyDelete
Hi Hilary! Annalisa just reviewed The Christmas Village on Amazon UK and I'm so pleased she enjoyed it!Delete
I like the mystery and adventure in the description. Congrats to Melissa.ReplyDelete
Sorry this isn't really relevant... but, Melissa, you have amazing hair! Wishing you all the best with Return to Canterbury - I still have The Christmas Village on my 'to read' pile!ReplyDelete
Those books sound great - can I get them on Amazon Spain?ReplyDelete
Thanks to everyone for stopping by and supporting Melissa. I just read The Christmas Village the other day, and I really loved it. Great story, great characters and snow!ReplyDelete