The Writer's Apprentice

The Writer's Apprentice

by Dennis Higgins


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"Suddenly she felt something like a beckoning to the inner pantry door within the den. It was as if it called to her."

Indie author Maren Brown is overjoyed when she receives a letter from her literary idol inviting her to meet with him to discuss a collaboration. Jack R. Croft has made millions from his time-travel novels and Maren is amazed at how realistic his books are. However, the truth is stranger than fiction, and there is a LOT more to Jack's proposition than it initially seems.

Who is Jack Croft and what is his connection to Maren?

Why is his housekeeper so frosty towards her?

Can Maren set aside her skepticism about what she is being asked to do, lay ghosts to rest, and find a resolution to a love story that spans generations?

The writer's apprentice is a classy, genre-busting time-travel story with an element of mystery which invites the reader to question whether true love ever really fades.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781541127166
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/14/2016
Pages: 196
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)

About the Author

Award winning author, Dennis Higgins is a distant relative of Davy Crockett, King of the wild frontier. He has traveled the world over, collecting story ideas. As a native of Chicago, Illinois, Dennis Higgins has a passion for things that are gone but not forgotten, a romance with the past. For him, time travel is the answer. If not for real, then in the pages of his books.

Quote: "I once had a passionate affair with an Irish lass back in 1871 Chicago. I broke her heart. It just wasn't our time."

He now lives in the Chicago suburbs with his lovely wife, a dog and a couple of birds.

Among his influences are: Richard Matheson, Jack Finny, Dean Koontz, Joan Wester Anderson, Peter S. Beagle and Audrey Neffenegger.

Author of Pennies From Across the Veil, the Time Pilgrim series: Katya and Cyrus, Almost Yesterday and Tomorrow's Borrowed Trouble from Whiskey Creek Press. Also four indie books, Parallel Roads (Lost on Route 66), Steampunk Alice, The Old Scrapbook, and The Writer's Apprentice.

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