He wanted a time machine. She wanted an adventure.
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR.

KRISTEN SHELEY'S
"PARTNERS IN TIME":

Sam Foster is a fairly typical modern American teenager who just invented a time machine. He didn't mean to bring back anything from his first trip to the past, but he returned home to 2005 with more than he bargained for: Meg Clayton, a spirited pioneer girl from Oregon. Their lives - and history - will never be the same again.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

- I LIVE! But I haven't been writing much. In March, my husband and I had our first child, so that has been keeping me pretty distracted. Teaching full-time (when not on maternity leave) is another distraction. I've been slowly rereading the PIT books for the first time in years (or since publication in the case of a couple of 'em) so that's been interesting...I'm hoping once I finish that project I can come back to PIT6. Poor neglected story. But....

- ....Writer's Block is still a thing, unfortunately. I keep trying to thaw it out...hopefully someday it will so I can finish books and suchlike! I do miss writing very much: the process, the way it made me feel, the fictional characters. Everything. I'm trying to find a place for writing in my "new life," and I think once I do, it will come back.

ABOUT KRISTEN

Kristen Sheley was born in January 1979 in Beaverton, Oregon. She graduated from the University of Oregon with a BS in magazine journalism, and later earned her Master of Arts in Teaching from Pacific University. She taught high school English for seven years in Northern California before eventually returning to the town of her youth. In 2012, she moved to Colorado, where she is teaching once more.

At nine, she fell in love with writing and dreamed of becoming a published novelist one day. Kristen wrote the first "Partners in Time" book on and off between the ages of fifteen and twenty-one. It was finally published in October 2002. The latest book in the series, A Change of Course, was released in the fall of 2010.

In her spare time, Kristen enjoys photography, history, research, traveling, reading magazines and novels, and movies -- especially the Back to the Future films.