Thursday, October 17, 2013

Things That Make You Go ... BUTTERMAN?

Yup. You read that correctly.

Butterman. BUTTERMAN TRAVEL, actually. I'm getting ready to BOOK MY TIME TRAVEL PLANS, today. Now, where would I like to travel to...

Actual Book Launch: November 12, 2013

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If I could travel to any time, I'd most likely choose the past. I'm a history buff, so I'd love to be a fly on the wall - figuratively speaking - during the signing of the Declaration of Independence for the US. Or attend one of the Beatles 60's concerts. Maybe even Led Zeppelin. Yeah, definitely Zeppelin. Haha...or Woodstock. Bet that was a hoot!

I'd also love to go to Egypt or 17th century England. *sighs* I am a romantic and have this fantastic notion that England and France are the connoisseurs of romance--You know, sweep the girl off her feet, pledge undying love to her. In some fantastic rose garden that smells like heaven. Yes. I am a sap. 

So, tell me. What do you think of PK's awesome cover and where would you like to travel to in time?

MEET the Author:  PK Hrezo is a native Floridian whose life could easily be a Jimmy Buffet song. She shares her home with her firefighter husband and their two children. When not creating characters and their worlds, PK can be found at her other job of rearranging passenger’s itineraries for a major international airline. The only hobbies she loves more than traveling, are reading, writing, and music, and when the four are combined she exists in total bliss. She blogs regularly at PK HREZO: Fearless Fiction | Facebook | Twitter | Website


  1. That's a great looking cover. It makes me curious about the book, which is its job. I think I'd most like to travel to 1989 so I could attend the premier of Batman:)

  2. Hi, Sheri,

    Lots of great choices.... Such a fun premise... Congrats to PK!!!

  3. We think alike, my friend. Count me in for that Zeppelin concert ... right after The Doors... the we'll throw in som Beatles. And Woodstock has its own appearance in BT. If only we coulda been there, right?? I imagine it a lot like the 3 day Dead shows I went to back in college, only with even more iconic music.

    Thank you SO much for posting and featuring BT today, Sheri! :D

  4. I'm with you on seeing old concerts! Would need to skip around time a bit.

  5. Woodstock would be insane! I've seen this book everywhere this week.

  6. Great choices! Definately meeting up with you at Woodstock!

  7. It's a date then, Siv and Maurice! Dang, that would be fun.

  8. I love PK's cover! Love! And I'd want to go into the future. Does Butterman offer trips there perchance?

  9. You'd think by now I would have an idea where I would go. I'm still stuck. There are waaaaay too many possibilities. :D

  10. Congrats to PK!!! What a gorgeous cover!!
    That is a great premise for a book and question to ponder. I'd love to see the Beatles too! And then maybe see my ancestors!

  11. The cover is gorgeous. That alone gives me a good idea of what I'll find when I open the novel, but the blurb is a lot of fun. As for when I would travel to, it's a toss up between my two favorite time periods and locations. I'd love to go to Colonial America, and see first hand what it was really like to live back then. (I practically live at Colonial Williamsburg) But I'd also love to travel to 1920s New York and possibly meet the members of Algonquin Round Table. I'm sure they would verbally tear me to shreds, but meeting Harpo Marx would be worth it.

    1. Good points about PK's cover, Stephanie. Ooh, and visiting the roaring '20s would be sweet!

  12. The cover is eye-catching. =) Thanks for introducing me to this book and authors.


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