And so, as ‘TOMORROW AGAIN’ closes ‘the Bede trilogy’ – a time-slip adventure for ages thirteen and up, I open up the before time: ‘AFTER, BEFORE, AND BECAUSE OF’ the trilogy in the prequel ‘SNOW BEHIND THE DOOR’.
The ghost named Snow has her own story to tell because she held her troubled thoughts and memories to herself and kept to the shadows during three books even though she was the driving force of an adventure begun thousands of years before her birth.
Snow befriended an unhappy nine-year-old girl named Beryl who wandered into the haunted cold spot in Bede Hall’s attic to ease a case of sunstroke.
Sixty years later, as old Lady Nan, the matriarch of the Bede dynasty, Beryl’s recurring dreams of her invisible childhood friend, plunges her twin grandchildren, Christopher (Kit) and Bathsheba (Bash), into resolving a land dispute between Pangea, ancient Egypt, and Mars, laid idle for eons that threatens to turn earth into a planet of blue ice orbiting the sun.
Snow deserves to come forward to shine in her own right. Lady Nan, Kit, and Bash all said so.
‘TOMORROW AGAIN’ is scheduled for self-publication, October-ish. I say ‘ish’ because the final editing stage of a full novel can be a wishy washy ‘ishy’ time.
‘TWINTER’ and ‘TIME FALLS LIKE SNOW’, the first two books of the ‘Bede series’, are available in print and kindles here: https://www.amazon.com/V-Knox/e/B0094K0Q7Y