Silver Line is a tale in the truest sense -- an easy read that rolls along, connecting contemporary Boston with an 1860s mining town in Colorado. Jared Sutherland (son of Sarah/Book No. 1) had repressed his precognitive skills until he met Alexa St. Clair at college. There they discover that they can revert to the older, former selves -- a rugged miner and a beautiful dance hall girl. Lured by the adventure and heat of a mature relationship, they continue to return, braving the rigors of frontier life -- but simultaneously, a present day plot unfolds. Jared is an aspiring journalist, fascinated by the unsolved Gardner Museum heist. Determined to locate the missing art for a story he is writing, he draws Alexa into a world of danger and shady dealers. When his leads fizzle, he turns to the people he knows and realizes that clues to the present lie in the past. Silver Line is ideal for New Adults -- or anyone who remembers what love is like.
Marketing guru and social media expert, Bob Cargill, interviewed author Jill C. Baker for a podcast about writing, self-publishing, and book promotion. For a bit of background -- and a few tips -- tune in to Podbean for Bob's episode 57. Special appearance by content consultant, Scott Myles, who is an enthusiastic reader of Jill's Sutherland Series.
Silver Line, is a tale that combines folklore and historical fiction with a touch of paranormal. Standing alone, but spinning off Tory Roof (Book No. 1), Silver Line picks up 7 years later with the main character's son. Jared is heading to college where he meets the lovely Alexa. He had always repressed his precognitive skills but starts to reconsider when they discover they can revert to their older, former selves -- a rugged miner and beautiful dance hall girl living in an 1860s Colorado town. As an aspiring journalist, Jared is also bent on finding the missing art from the legendary Gardner Museum heist, and slowly learns that clues to the present lie in the past. Parallel plots interweave. Ideal for New Adults and for those who remember when they were. Paperback and ebook formats. Learn more at JillCBakerAuthor dot com.