Aid an indie writer. Week #5. Bluebells of Scotland by Laura Vosika

Genre: historical fiction, adventure, paranormal (time travel)

Blue Bells of Scotland

Shawn Kleiner has it all: money, fame, a skyrocketing career as an international musical phenomenon, his beautiful girlfriend Amy, and all the women he wants– until the night Amy has enough and leaves him stranded in a Scottish castle tower.
He wakes up to find himself mistaken for Niall Campbell, medieval Highland warrior. Soon after, he is sent shimmying down a wind-torn castle wall into a dangerous cross country trek with Niall’s tempting, but knife-wielding fiancee. They are pursued by English soldiers and a Scottish traitor who want Niall dead.

Thrown forward in time, Niall learns history’s horrifying account of his own death, and of the Scots’ slaughter at Bannockburn. Undaunted, he navigates the roiled waters of Shawn’s life–pregnant girlfriend, amorous fans, enemies, and gambling debts–seeking a way to leap back across time to save his people, especially his beloved Allene. His growing fondness for Shawn’s life brings him face to face with his own weakness.

Blue Bells of Scotland is both a historical adventure and a tale of redemption that will be remembered long after the last page has been turned.


Laura Vosika is the author of the Blue Bells Trilogy. In addition to the Trilogy, she is working on several other novels and a non-fiction book on raising a large family.

Laura grew up in the military, visiting castles and pig fests, and seeing many parts of the United States. She earned degrees in music and education, and has worked as a freelance musician, music teacher, band director, and instructor of private music lessons.

She is the mother of nine, currently living in Minnesota.

Links to blog and website:!/lauravosika

Blue Bells of Scotland is available at the following links:



Barnes& Noble:


Writer, dreamer, pantser.

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5 comments on “Aid an indie writer. Week #5. Bluebells of Scotland by Laura Vosika
  1. James says:

    You had me at “she grew up in the military.” Now, I’ve just got to check this book out.

    On a more general note, I just love what you are doing here on your blog. You are such a help and inspiration to indie writers. I continue to wish you all the best, and support those authors that you support.

  2. theaatkinson says:

    Nice lil feature! thanks for posting

  3. Laura Vosika says:

    Hi, Saffina,

    Thanks for featuring my book!


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