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Angie Stanton is a life-long daydreamer who grew up with her hands on a book and her head in the clouds. As an adult she's learned to put her talent to good use and writes contemporary fiction about life, love, and the adventures that follow. She is the best selling author of eight novels including Rock and a Hard Place, and Love 'em or Leave 'em. Angie has a Journalism degree from the University of Wisconsin. In her spare time, she sneaks off to New York City to enjoy the best entertainment experience on earth, Broadway.
She is currently working on a series of Broadway-themed books, and is also a contributing editor to BroadwayWorld.com.
In a Nutshell: Secrets, romance and time travel twists | Still mourning the death of her grandmother, Abbi embarks on a new life when she moves to a college far from home. Knowing this is where Gram had studied goes some way to shortening that distance, though she can’t stop thinking about her dying request for Abbi to “find the baby”, and her efforts to settle-in are thwarted when she wakes up in a room that looks like hers (kind of), except there’s a poster of Thriller-era Michael Jackson on her wall, and blue shag carpet on the floor. And then it hits her… Somehow, she’s travelled back in time. As Abbi continues to slip backwards, she meets a Professor who’s long studied her “unusual capacity to move through time”, and charming Will, a fellow time traveller who shifts forward. Together they try to untangle the enigma of their predicament, and Gram’s last wish. The author’s portrayal of US college life through different eras is flecked with fascinating detail about fashion and décor, music and politics, and the twisting plot is packed with tension and romance that keeps those pages turning. ~ Joanne Owen Author Angie Stanton explains the real life events behind the story and how she came to unearth them: “While working on family genealogy I discovered a family mystery that couldn’t be solved. I realized the only way to learn the truth was to travel back in time. Because that isn’t possible, I wrote this book and came up with my own solution to the mystery. Two of the characters in Waking in Time are based on actual people who took their secrets to their graves more than seventy years ago.