Valentine gifts eluding you?

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The Blue Door Trilogy.

You can buy The Blue Door Trilogy and its successor, Twisted Labyrinth (Erik’s Adventures) – a stand alone mini-novel, connected loosely to the Trilogy – at any of the links below.

Alice White’s Author Central page at Amazon. Here, you have access to all four books, in both digital and paperback, as well as information about the author. As a bonus, if you buy the paperback here, you can have the digital (for Kindle) absolutely FREE!

Alice White at Barnes & Noble, for those who prefer paperback books alone. No digital versions here!

You can also access the books and information about them at;

Alice White’s Facebook author pageThe Blue Door Website, and Goodreads.

Overview of book one, The Blue Door.

                    Introducing Katie; a young woman, living in the 20th Century. With her friend, she finds a strange, overwhelmingly enticing, blue door. Mystery, intrigue, riddles…and, perhaps, romance may lurk behind that door…if the fates are with them. The Blue Door would seem, to them, to be steeped in history and magic. A halo and a click…and the door opens, of its own accord. The people who dwell behind this mysterious portal would seem to be obsessed with the concept of time travel. Perhaps they are living in a fantasy world…then again…perhaps they are not…

Overview of book two, Beyond The Blue Door.

                    In this second instalment of The Blue Door Trilogy: Katie is all set to continue her time-travelling adventures, with her true love, Xavier. They will visit times and places that are new, some that are familiar, and some places; which had regressed into myth and legend; until now. One of these places holds the key to a new friendship, a new story; and perhaps, a new destiny…

Overview of book three, Return To The Blue Door.

                    This final instalment of The Blue Door Trilogy will see Katie and her beau; shocked to discover that they, once again, must face the Blue Door. Strange times lie ahead for the pair, as wrongs are righted; ghosts are laid to rest and a family member is acting very strangely… Old friends will re-appear and new friends will enrich their, already extra-ordinary, lives. They will embark upon the most surreal journey of their lives, with a love story that, literally, spans the ages; arriving at a final destination neither could have imagined possible…

Overview of Twisted Labyrinth (Erik’s Adventures), the stand alone mini-novel, connected to The Blue Door Trilogy.

                    In this postscript to The Blue Door Trilogy: Erik embarks upon an incredible adventure. Katie and Xavier, his new ‘time-traveller’ friends from the 20th Century had gone through their ‘blue door’. He did not know if he would ever see them again Erik had immediately regretted his decision not to take them up on their wonderful offer to go with them and had been wishing for them and the year 2009… Katie’s era. On a possible miscalculation, he meets ‘Elizabeth’, in the year 2000, and falls in love. She seems to be perfect. Like Katie: Elizabeth is kind, unique and honest. Erik thinks he has finally found the happiness he always craved and is prepared for a blissful, trouble-free life with Elizabeth in 20th Century England. However, nothing is ever as it seems…
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2 thoughts on “Valentine gifts eluding you?

  1. l have read the books, and had lots of comments for you, after you asking for my opinion. but have to say, your books have stuck in my head. its all good.
    the one thing l got from them was the feeling of, its okay to love.
    after reading them, l felt, well maybe l could allow myself to love again.
    welll done mrs white, well done.

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    • Thank you very much 🙂 I have had mostly good reviews about my books, and a couple of – not bad really… just not so positive… make sense? Of those, the main ‘complaint’ seems to be that they can’t get into the books… Now, if they could be more specific and give me some kind of a heads up, maybe I would be able to fix it. I love feed back, good and bad, it helps us to become better writers 🙂 If you have anything else to add I would love to hear from you 🙂 Thank you again for your kind words.

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