A Review of Rosi’s Time by Edward Eaton

rosistime800x1200Rosi’s Time

Author: Edward Eaton

Availability: Paperback and Kindle formats are available at Amazon. E-books are also available for Nook via Smashwords

Publisher: DFP Books

Author’s Amazon Page: http://www.amazon.com/Edward-Eaton/e/B006AH2VJ0/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1

Author’s Website: www.edwardeaton.com

Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 stars


This is the second installment in the Rosi’s Doors saga, and not surprisingly is the winner of the 2012 Readers Favorite Award in the YA Science Fiction/Fantasy category.

The story finds Rosi Carol trying to balance her life as an apprentice Time Guardian and that of a normal teenage girl with friends, romantic interests, and life in general. However, things get a little more interesting when Kirk, the brother of her beloved Danny, her best friend Angie, and herself gets pulled into the past through an errant time tear. Almost instantly, they realize that they’ve landed just in time to see the start of the American Revolutionary War, and exactly how the sleepy town of New Richmond plays an integral part in the bloodshed to come. Rosi knows that they shouldn’t be there, that the presence of the people from her time will have an undeniable effect on history. And it’s up to her to try and make it right.

Five Questions for Adrian Lupsa, author of Necessary Evil

cover_necessary_evilYou’ve written quite a number of short stories in your earlier years. Do you think that writing them helped you prepare for writing Necessary Evil? If so, how?

I started to write in primary school when my compositions (homework) were really appreciated by my teachers. In high school, I continued writing poems and short stories, but I never published them. I believe that all this work was not in vain, and somehow prepared me for writing a novel.

How does being a student at the Faculty of Math and Computer Science at the University of Constantza influence your creative writing? Do you see an influence from those subject areas that people might not expect?

It’s a bit funny, because writing as a hobby has nothing to do with what I study. The good thing is that I can use my computer knowledge to edit my manuscript without problems, create a website and other promotional materials without the necessity to hire someone to do it for me.

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