My 2 Cents’ Worth: Time’s A Waiting


Time’s A Waiting

by

Miss Alice Unsub

Summary (as it stands):
When Sookie gets thrown back in time, all will be changed. Starting with a period of 9 months of baby growing. Being aware is not as fun as it seems, especially when you are so young.

LOVE this story!

Sookie Stackhouse travels back in time to when she is still in utero, unborn as yet. She dies at the hands of Bill Compton, in Jackson, Mississippi, and is reborn with all her memories in tact.

This Sookie is SO much smarter! She uses her knowledge of the first timeline to change what she can in the new one.

Bartlette…fixed!

Hadley…fixed!

School issues…fixed!

There is so much in this story that has been fixed or changed that other than the names of some of the characters it’s hard to tell that it’s in the TBverse (TB because there is a Godric!)

She was nominated for Best New Comer in the 2015 You Want Blood Awards.

Congratulations on the nominations and keep up the great work!

 

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