Featuring: A Tumble Through Time

You’d think that I’d be a whole lot better at this by now! I seriously literally cannot believe I’m late again. I have to say that I have been excited about and looking forward to this promo blast for a month now, and I still ran into trouble with it. I actually created the post two days ago, but I didn’t set the timer correctly. Nor did I have the good sense that God gave a termite to check today!

But, with no further ado, please check out A Tumble Through Time!

Cover_A Tumble Through Time


Anna Devlin, a recently jilted bounty hunter is a modern woman from the twenty-first century. She is anxious for the hearing that will reinstate her law enforcement career, but an encounter with a strange Native American woman sends Anna back in time to the year 1870.

Federal Marshal Wesley Shannon of Denton, Kansas, has no idea where this woman with the strange clothing and way of speaking came from. Since he fights his own inner demons, the last thing he needs is an attraction to a woman who has given him no clear idea who she is.

But when danger arrives in the form of stagecoach hold ups where drivers and passengers are being killed, Anna torments Wes with plans to help him bring in the outlaws.

Will Wes be able to keep Anna out of harm’s way, or will his attraction to her distract him enough that they are both in danger?


Anna was quiet on the walk to the café. Her eyes darted back and forth as she took in the sights around her, all the time fiddling with her ring, spinning the silver and black circle round and round. She continued to draw in deep breaths and chew on her lower lip, occasionally muttering ‘not possible’ under her breath, as if fighting an internal battle. Her natural color seemed to have paled, the light dusting of freckles more prominent.

Once they’d settled in their seats at the café and ordered dried apple pie and coffee, Wes rested his forearms on the table. “Tell me a little bit about this ‘Tulsa.’”

Anna cleared her throat. “It’s in Oklahoma.” She flinched when he shrugged, still not sure what she was talking about.

Oklahoma. You know, the state south of Kansas?”

He narrowed his eyes. “The only thing south of us is Indian Territory, then Texas.”

No,” she whispered, her eyes round as saucers.

Wes nodded at the waitress as she placed cups of coffee and two cuts of pie in front of them. She glanced at Anna, who stared straight ahead, taking in shallow breaths.

Once the waitress left, Anna nodded, as if she’d made a decision. “Wes, can I ask you something?”


She looked him in the eye, seeming to draw strength from within herself. “What year is this?”

His forkful of pie stopped halfway to his mouth. “What?”

Anna licked her lips and cleared her throat. “Just tell me, please. What year is this?”

He frowned and lowered the fork. “It’s eighteen hundred and seventy. Why?”

Then he leapt forward as Anna’s eyes rolled to the back of her head and her slack body slid to the floor.

AUTHOR Bio and Links:


Callie has been making up stories since elementary school, and writing gave her a way to turn off the voices in her head. After having a number of articles and interviews published in newspapers and magazines, she took on what she’d always dreamed of. Writing that book. She currently has a number of both historical and contemporary romance books published. Visit her website for more information. http://www.calliehutton.com

She currently lives in Oklahoma with her husband and adult children who move in and out with alarming regularity. Add three rescue dogs and the household is complete—and full. She enjoys hearing from her readers, and would love to have you visit her on Facebook.

Website: http://www.calliehutto.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Callie-Hutton/206166449404454

Twitter: @calliehutton.com

Buy links:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/182RS7L

Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/17nayQk

9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Callie Hutton (@Calliehutton)
    Sep 02, 2013 @ 22:56:22

    Hi Shannon, Well, better late than never, lol. Thanks for hosting me. I appreciate it.


  2. Shannon Phoenix
    Sep 02, 2013 @ 23:07:38

    It’s truly a pleasure, Callie. I am very excited about the book! As I said, I thought I was all awesome and clever getting it ready a couple days before, being as excited as I was.

    Lesson learned!


  3. bn100
    Sep 03, 2013 @ 00:47:44

    Sounds interesting

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com


  4. Goddess Fish Promos (@GoddessFish)
    Sep 03, 2013 @ 10:00:06

    Thank you for hosting today.


  5. Catherine
    Sep 03, 2013 @ 12:08:17

    Shannon…Did God give good sense to termites? I have never heard that expression before. I love it!

    Callie…Adult children moving in and out? I hear that’s the “new normal.” LOL.


  6. momjane
    Sep 03, 2013 @ 17:58:44

    Callie when is this book available to purchase, and where? I am very interested in purchasing it.


  7. Eva Millien
    Sep 03, 2013 @ 20:55:31

    Thanks for sharing the great excerpt and the giveaway. Sounds like a great book. evamillien at gmail dot com


  8. Karen H in NC
    Sep 06, 2013 @ 15:26:28

    Sounds good.

    kareninnc at gmail dot com


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