Jeanette Lynn Parker
The Birth of a Nation
Jeanetta Lynn Parker in the Birth of a Nation combines historical facts with fiction and fantasy. All in a way that makes traveling through time seem almost believable. So get ready for an adventure that will transport you back in time to the American Revolution.
Jeanetta Lynn, and her cousin Serenity Stewart, are introduced to the Society of Time Travelers by their Auntie. Who has been active in society for hundreds of years. Family members shy away from asking how old she is, mostly because no one is sure about what the answer might be. All they know is that she's always been there, will show up out of the blue, and knows everything about the past. Saying Auntie is a little odd is an understatement. However, she's so loved by the girls that none of this even matters. It's no mystery that Auntie will do everything in her power to help her nieces on their journey. It is her mission to keep them safe as they learn how to survive the American Revolution.
Through society, and with Auntie’s help, the girls learn about America’s amazing and difficult past. In the beginning Jeanetta Lynn strongly opposed all acts of war, feeling that things would work out on their own if left alone. However, once enduring life in 1773, she realized that at times one must be willing to fight for what they believe in.
March 5, 2022
This story started many years ago, back when one of my granddaughters was born, and she is now entering her teenage years. WOW! That is a long time. It has been an off-and-on journey, but one I was determined to complete. Just when? I couldn't say. That is up until now.
I've moved from Oregon and now reside in Utah. I've met a few writers in the area who have encouraged me to, as they put it, "Get off the stick and finish what you have started!" And that's what I've been doing. I have to admit I've become a far better writer than I was back then, but I'm still in need of another proofing my work before I'll release it to the public.
It will take a few months, or possibly even a year or so before it will be completed. But from the comments received from those who are testing it out, it will be well worth the wait.
Sincerely, D. J. Stamper