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Just launched is my first novel entitled Past Time. The story of a woman who when she sleeps travels to past lives and upon waking returns with evidence of that past life. Unfortunately she does not remember the journey nor does she have any clue as to what is happening.
Coming from a dark past, her friends think she might be returning to that harmful behavior. She must figure out what is happening before she slowly drifts into apparent madness.
This was so much fun to write and I look forward to sharing it with the world.
The premise and story line both sound intriguing. I can see where it would have been fun to write. Best wishes for it to be well received.
Interesting, but how does your woman know she goes back to past lives if she can't remember anything when she wakes? And if she physically travels back in time to these other lives, how is it no one misses her at night? And what does it all have to do with this harmful behavior you mention. Too many questions for me
It sounds interesting.
To answer you Anna: The woman brings back evidence of the past life. I think it sounds great. It drew me in. The harmful behavior is just a snippet of what's to come. It does inform us that she is coming from a dark past. She is not traveling in physical form but rather in dream state. The synopsis never tells all. I think it is well written.
Hmmmm - Dreams are a form of memory, and with no memory there can be no evidence. Only with some sort of physical involvement can there be real evidence. I'm uncomfortable with this break in logic. And FYI, there's a difference between the synopsis and the hook, no matter how long. A synopsis IS supposed to tell all.
The story of a woman who when she sleeps travels to past lives and upon waking returns with evidence of that past life. Unfortunately she does not remember the journey nor does she have any clue as to what is happening.
All it's saying is she doesn't remember the journey or what's happening during that time. It is vague about what she brings back, but that's what draws you in. And I agree the synopsis is to tell all to the publisher, not the reader.