It's Christmas Day 1066 and a team from St Mary's is going to witness the coronation of William the Conqueror. Or so they think. However, History seems to have different plans for them and when Max finds herself delivering a child in a peasant's hut, she can't help wondering what History is up to.
About the Author
Jodi Taylor, International Woman of Mystery, spent some time working undercover for North Yorkshire County Library Service. Heavily disguised as the world's most incompetent Facilities Manager she shifted dead dogs, fell out of mobile libraries, and spent far too much time in the gents' toilets. The idea to re-write history first came to her while studying history A’ level at an evening class. Just One Damned Thing After Another is her first novel and was originally self-published on ebook where it was downloaded by more than 60,000 readers on Amazon.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
When a Child is Born based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
19 pages long (counting title, and author thank you pages). Uhm, why wasn't the fact that this is a short story and not a book noted on the cover, or in the synopsis? B&N doesn't seem to read the reader reviews, so I doubt this will be fixed. Can't even give you a review of the story, because it is so short, I did not bother with it. I am a fan of the series of BOOKS, for which I happily paid. This however was a rip-off.
This was a really lovely short story for Christmas. Just one short hop, and yes, it does leave you wanting more, but that's what the novels are for.