The Way Home by Nhys Glover

wayhomeThose who see the ghostly figure of the WWII fighter pilot in the English farmhouse garden at Grange End are destined to die within a week of that sighting. But when Cassie Grant not only sees the Polish flying ace in the garden but talks to him in her bedroom, it’s clear that something more than a prediction of death is at work here.

Hawk has been waiting for something at Grange End for nearly 70 years and from the first moment he sees the fragile beauty at the upper window he realises what it is – Cassie!

But is he there to accompany her to the other side when her time is up or is his increasingly corporeal presence meant for something else? When the enemy of the past becomes the enemy of the present, Hawk is determined to save Cassie from her untimely death, even if he has to cross the boundaries between Life and Afterlife to do it.

Targeted Audience: 21-50

Author Bio:
After a lifetime of teaching others to appreciate the written word, Aussie author Nhys Glover finally decided to make the most of the Indie Book Revolution to get her own written word out to the world. Now, with almost 100,000 of her ebooks downloaded internationally and a winner of 2013 SFR Galaxy Award for ‘The Titan Drowns’, Nhys finds her words, too, are being appreciated. Living in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales of England, Nhys these days spends most of her time “living the dream” by looking out over the moors from her window as she writes the kind of novels she loves to read. The ones that are a little bit steamy, a little bit different and wholly romantic. You can find out more about Nhys at

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New Atlantis Bundle Bk 1-3 by Nhys Glover

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Experience the pleasure of the first three full-length novels in the New Atlantis series in one ebook. Over 165,000 words to enjoy as you explore the Utopian world of New Atlantis in the year 2330 and meet the time travelling Retrievers whose task it is to repopulate the decimated planet with people from the past.

Meet Cara, the 45 year old teacher from 2011 New York, who is offered a new love and a new life in this fabulous future world. But will she stop rocking the boat long enough to keep what she’s gained? Meet Jac, her gorgeous Retriever, who finds love for the first time in hundreds of years, but discovers he may lose it if he’s not willing to change himself and his whole world in order to keep her.

Then journey back to Sydney Australia in 1968 and meet Jane, the plain little shop assistant who jumps off a ferry to save a boy’s life and wakes up in a beautiful new body in the future. But does Julio, the bad boy Brazilian she idolizes, love her or just the body she now inhabits?

And finally, join Faith as she engineers an audacious mission to 1942 to rescue 150 children from a train heading for Belzac Death Camp in Poland. When things don’t go as planned, she find she must Retrieve Luke, a US commando, who saves her from the Nazis. But this savage warrior has no place in her peaceful world, and even love and a whole new life in the future won’t keep him from doing his duty and completing his mission.

˃˃˃ Sensual Romance
For women who like their love scenes steamy yet wholly romantic

Targeted Audience: Adult women

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What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I was inspired to write the New Atlantis series by the desire to escape my rather boring life. I’ve tended to live a less than boring existence up until the last few years, so I found I got bored when nothing was happening. So I thought, what would my perfect life look like? And so I started creating that life in my imagination. In that life the world was a peaceful utopia where life extended indefinitely by using cloned bodies, and you could do anything you wanted, even time travel. And of course, that perfect life would have to have romance, so I started creating gorgeous, somewhat flawed men to populate it. Bit by bit, that world became real to me, and even though I thought I’d finished the series, I find I’m back there again, because I love New Atlantis and the people in it so much I just can’t stay away. My readers tell me they have the same kind of response to it.

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About the Author
Nhys Glover is an Aussie writer who now lives and works in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales of England where she draws on Bronte country to inspire her little bit hot romantic adventure stories. Her life has been as interesting and adventurous as her novels (lived on a sheep station in the outback, worked in a male medium security prison, travelled the world presenting her spiritual board game Psyche’s Key etc) but now she prefers a life not unlike the world of New Atlantis where she does her own version of time travelling using her imagination and research.

What inspires you to write romance books?
I can’t even imagine writing anything else! To me, love is the core of life. Not just romantic love, but love in all its varieties. But romantic love makes for the best stories, and it provides for fascinating insights into the human condition, because we are at our most vulnerable when we are in love, I think. So although my novels are more than girl meets boy stories, being adventures in a historical, paranormal or futuristic settings, they always explore the intimate relationship between two people. And I believe exploring that means not stopping at the bedroom door. So much about ourselves is revealed during sex, it is a waste not to utilize that opportunity to learn more about your characters. But sex is always loving in my books.

Tell us about how you write:
Because my books are often set in historical periods, I usually start by immersing myself in the time period with as much research as I can get. Then I let the characters present themselves to me, much as a stranger might – a bit at a time. I only ever have a general sense of where my story will go, because I write in the same way I read, to find out what’s going to happen next. So once I’ve become attached to a person I can’t write fast enough, trying to keep up with what is happening to them. Sometimes the people in my novels do surprising things, like hijack the plot so that a co-star gets the leading lady, and I realise when I look back through the story that I’ve already laid out that possibility without knowing it. That’s when I get a real buzz from my writing because it feels almost like a magical process that happens outside me. I am merely the observer taking notes.

Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
Absolutely. They are as real, or maybe more real to me than many of the people in my life. And they are in control of the storyline not me.

What advice would you give other writers?
My advice to romance writers is simple: focus on feelings. They are what make romance different to most other genres. Describe feelings, explore feelings, make feelings the heart of your piece. Don’t get all caught up in the thinking. That gets old really quickly. But every fresh emotion being felt or expressed is a way to connect to your reader. The deeper you feel, the deeper the connection will be, not only between your characters, but between your characters and your reader, or more accurately you and your reader. It is an intimate dance you perform, which must be experienced as fully as is possible on a written page.

How did you decide how to publish your books?
I never wanted to go mainstream because I couldn’t face the rejection, or the idea of trying to fit into someone else’s box. When ebooks started coming out, it was an easy decision to become involved in the Indie publishing boom. This way I get to decide what to write, and as long as there’s one reader out there who enjoys what I write, I’m happy.

What do you think about the future of book publishing?
Paper books, unfortunately, are a thing of the past. I love books, the feel of them, the sensual pleasure they provide, but they are inconvenient, expensive, bad for the environment, take up a lot of space, and are not as readily available as ebooks. As soon as I got my Kindle I knew that my love affair with books was ended and my new love of ebooks would last a lifetime. I don’t think I’m unusual, and therefore the Indie revolution is here to stay. I don’t need an agent or a publicist or someone riding me to meet a deadline. I write and publish when and how I like. And I make nice money from it. It is the kind of freedom I always wanted and a lot of other writers are finding the same thing.

What genres do you write?
Time Travel Romance, Historical Romance, Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction Romance

What formats are your books in?
Both eBook and Print

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