After 2 long years, I gave birth to a bouncing baby boy. Clifton Chase was born at 12:01 a.m. in Melbourne, Florida at 294 pages and 55 chapters.
You’re invited to the birthday celebration on Amazon. I would love to share Clifton’s adventure with you, beyond the six chapters you may have read on my blog. Here’s what people I DON’T KNOW are saying on Amazon:
If you like Percy Jackson, you may enjoy Clifton Chase…, July 13, 2013
“I had the pleasure to read the book Clifton Chase and the Arrow of Light and provide this positive review. I read the entire book in one sitting, as I didn’t want to put it down because it was really engaging. In the beginning I was a little thrown by some of the archery vocabulary used because I don’t know a thing about archery. However, it didn’t take long to figure out. I also enjoyed how the author wove details about other tales such as mermaids and Excalibur into the main plot. Overall, I rather enjoyed the break from reality that this book provided and may even look up some facts about old King Richard.”
Hit the bullseye with this one!, July 17, 2013
“Loved this book! I couldn’t put it down – read it in one day! When I first started it I wasn’t sure about it since there was a lot of archery terms I did not know, but I just skipped over them and figured them out as I went. I look forward to reading more books from this author. (I was given this book in exchange of an honest review)”
sparkles with adventure, thrills & humor, August 31, 2013
“Clifton Chase’s bet with Ryan Rivales goes awry. the old arrow he found in his closet failed to hit its mark. it did not help that Ava Harrington witnessed Clifton’s humiliation. when he tracks down the arrow, Clifton suddenly finds himself transported to the 15th century!
author Jaimie M. Engle’s debut novel sparkles with adventure, thrills and humor. there is never a dull moment from the first chapter to the last. it is well-written and easy to read. the skillful combination of medieval historical facts and fantasy elements make this book an enjoyable reading fare for both children and adults.
it is a book that not only teaches some lessons about life in general but it can also inspire children to be more aware of the world and the people around them. it can also awaken their sense of adventure, spark their interest in history and remind adults of their childhood and what it was like once to wonder and believe as well.
overall, i love this book because it made me recall the lost yet happy days of my youth and the magic i once felt every time i got lost in a story that brought me to places and characters where anything and everything was possible!”
Thanks to everyone who has followed through this publication adventure with me. Your support has made it worth the while, and the new friends I’ve made via twitter, facebook, and mommy blogs are priceless. I wouldn’t have met you without this book.
I’m so excited to see what other doors Clifton Chase and the Arrow of Light will open in my life. Feel free to paste comments below or on Amazon/Goodreads after reading the book.