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Thursday, September 10, 2020

Excerpt: Ancient Dreams by J.P. Roth

Today we have the blog tour for J.P. Roth’s Ancient Dreams! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today! 

Ancient Dreams
by J.P. Roth
May 21, 2020
277 pages
Genre: Fantasy
About Ancient Dreams: “My tale starts with a ‘once upon a time’ — A long time ago, beings lived who could control the elements, immortality, and time. We called them gods and gave them our worship. They played with us like toys, took our lives and sabotaged our love. Now, the gods are myths. Stories in books—not to be confused with our modern world. I believed this until I found myself tumbling into a dream. This dream takes me to another life. To a forgotten time in a bloody age. I dream of Hades’s son and a lustful goddess. I dream of limitless power and revolving time. I dream a death and love that was mine. My name is Cara Wynter— and this is my story.” Cara Wynter, is a literature student living with her twin sister, Lily, in Fairhaven Washington. A daughter of witches, touch brings Cara only pain; dark visions of pasts and futures she can rarely change. Already fighting to exist in her strange reality, she is plagued by reoccurring dreams of her own death. In a desperate attempt to unlock the secrets in the violent images, she finds herself lost in a contest between love—and the will of the ancient gods. With only forgotten memories and the pages of a book to guide her, she struggles to understand her past. In order to break a deadly curse, Cara must face her worst fears—to save the soul of a god she has treasured for centuries, and a love she can’t live without.
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In the back of my mind I heard a little girl crying. I ignored her, took a deep breath, and stepped into the rain. While my feet took me to my car, I whispered the little phrase repeating in my mind for these past twelve days.

“Last night I dreamed of pain. Now, I dread the peace of sleep, for fear the dream remains.”

It was crap is what it was. Every night for the last twelve, it was the same damn thing and I couldn't handle it anymore. The main reason recurring dreams suck is because after a while they become your reality, then, the thing that used to pose as reality is reduced to nothing more than a collection of terrifying minutes, rapidly disappearing, counting down to the night.

About the Author:
Author, dreamer and wild child extraordinaire: JP Roth is an American Novelist, and owner of Rothic comics, founded in 2012, through which she has produced and published five of her original series. JP Roth in California with her beautiful family, and their adorable Bichon Frise. Her days are spent writing fanciful stories, walking on the beach, and attending comic conventions across the globe. While JP Roth enjoys travelling to exotic locations, she admittedly prefers to stay home, wrapped in a soft fluffy blanket, drinking tea and penning her next novel.

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