Friday, November 30, 2018

The Sea Archer by Jeny Heckman





TENS LIST

What ten things are on your bucket list


1) Complete The Heaven & Earth Series. It’s my goal to produce a new book each year, so this goal has the potential to be completed in 2023!



2) Witness my children be loved and have families. Okay I know this is every mother’s dream and I don’t have much control over it for a bucket list item. However, I think out of everything I want in my life, it’s the top dawg. To know someone loves your child as much as you do and spreads that love into a family and children of their own, would be the greatest blessing I could ever receive.



3) Travel to Greece before the series conclusion. I would love to be able to travel to Greece before beginning the last book, to put my head into that perfect space. To see the temples and where everything originates from would be beyond cool.



4) Live by the water and watch sunsets every night. I’ve been married for twenty-six years and it’s always been a dream of my husband and I to live by the water. We are huge sunset people and are always looking for the perfect one. So it’s on the bucket list and I hope it’s one we can someday achieve.



5) Visit every place my heritage is from. So, when I was young I was told I was Swedish, Norwegian, German, English, Irish, Dutch and Danish. Then I had my DNA stuff done and it says I’m primarily Scandinavian and Irish, so very close. My parents are extremely into genealogy and can trace one side of my family back to the 1500s. I love to travel, so would like to see all the places my peeps came from. I’ve already visited Sweden, Norway, England, and Ireland, in my lifetime, so am halfway there. 



6) Be healthy and energetic for next phase of life. Again, this is one of those boring bucket list items that everyone wants but it’s something I truly want to achieve. I’d like to think at fifty, something that I’ll be doing in just a few days, I’m only halfway through my life. I’d also like to think I’ll be able to be active and able to complete these bucket list items. 



7) Hit the best-sellers list. It would be fantastic to do this multiple times of course, but I would love to do it at least once.



8) Write a long standing historical romance series. I really love this genre and think it would be fun to write an epic sweeping series and have some ideas to get it started.



9) Make an enormous, positive impact on the world somehow



I know I was supposed to come up with ten bucket list items but I’ve already knocked a few off, so I need to rework them a little. I thought I’d include some I’ve completed.



1) Got a tattoo. I actually have two. The first was done as a family. We all received the same one. It’s a Celtic knot with four loops, one for each of us. The loops go over and under a steel rod, because we’ve gone through a lot as a family and lastly it has an H in it for our last name, Heckman. The second is a butterfly, and my own private metamorphosis.

2) I went zip-lining and am terrified of heights, so it was a big moment.

3) Visited Scotland

Thank you to Laurie for having me here today, I really enjoyed it and thank you to everyone that stopped by. I sincerely hope you enjoy The Sea Archer! Cheers





The Sea Archer
by Jeny Heckman


GENRE:   Paranormal Romance


BLURB:

Raven Hunter, a musical prodigy, flees to the Hawaiian Islands to pick up the pieces after her
marriage to her manager collapses. Instead, she experiences extraordinary and unsettling
events that are beyond her understanding.

Living in paradise, marine biologist, Finn Taylor has
the unconscious but effortless ability to understand the needs of the animals he cares for. His playboy lifestyle is most men's fantasy. That is, until the night he meets the shy and elusive new island resident. Suddenly his life no longer feels like his own.

The attraction is undeniable. However, vastly contrasting lives, peculiar dreams, and an unbelievable proclamation that they could be the direct descendants of Poseidon and Apollo threaten to divide them forever. Will they accept their destiny and begin the quest of a lifetime or will they remain in their comfortable yet separate existence?



EXCERPT


“Finn, I understand it sounds crazy, really. I knew nothing about Greek mythology or who any of these people were until she told them to me.”

“And now you think Poseidon… I’m assuming you think I’m some offshoot of Poseidon, right?”

“You have a trident on your back.”

“Because I thought it was cool when I was twenty-years-old.”

“And you’ve never felt anything strange that you can’t explain?”

“And Raven,” he continued, unwilling to entertain those thoughts. “Who I just met, is Apollo? You realize, Apollo was a dude, the boy half of the twins, right?”

“God of music.”

“Jesus!”




AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Jeny Heckman, loves romance. She especially loves romance with a paranormal and/or historical twist. When not ignoring her family and friends by writing you will find her time exclusively on them and photography. Jeny lives in Stanwood, Washington.

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13 comments:

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

James Robert said...

Thank you so much for taking time to bring to our attention another great read. I enjoy these tours and finding out about many terrific books.

Chelsey Reed said...

Thanks for sharing!

Rita Wray said...

Sounds like a good book.

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Victoria Alexander said...

Great bucket list, Greece is also on mine! :) <3

Marcy Meyer said...

I enjoyed the list. Some of those things are on my bucket list too. Thanks for sharing. This book sounds good.

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chereepie6719 said...

Not a Genre I have read yet, but this story has piqued my interest.

Lacey Waters said...

looks like something i would enjoy, thanks!

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Paisley Heckman said...
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Jeny Heckman said...

I'd like to thank Laurie Jenkins for hosting me on this blog tour. I am so thankful for her generosity in hosting me. I would also like to thank all the readers for taking the time to stop by and comment, I wouldn't be able to do it without any of you!