The Watchmaker's Doctor | Erase And Rewind Book One #Wattys2018

The Watchmaker's Doctor | Erase And Rewind Book One #Wattys2018

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G. M. T. Schuilling By GMTSchuilling Completed


If you could go back in time and redo one thing in your life, what would it be?

Anaya, a disillusioned, thirty-five-year old doctor, has been looking after Gregory, a retired watchmaker and resident of an aged care facility. On her last visit, he gifts her his final creation, an exquisitely-crafted watch, knowing she will die tragically that very day. What he doesn't reveal is that it will turn back time.

With one condition: she must choose the time and place to reset the clock, and redo just one thing in her life. Regrets, it seems, are easy to realise when you're dying, or trying to stop it from happening.

But what if, after one small change, her life would become much worse than it was? Or if this one decision she'd made was meant to be, would changing her course lead her to be punished in other, unimaginable ways? 

When the alternative is die now, her choice makes itself. And so, Anaya's story begins with her last thought. Would she have done this if she had any option but the grave?

Would you?

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kv_wilson kv_wilson Mar 14
Wow! Excellent cover and video. Looking forward to reading :D
I agree it definitely does fit your theme of trying to go back in time and fix regretful mistakes. The first thought I had when I saw the picture, was “is she a clockwork driven android?” But I think this fits too :)
The focal point and the focus is incredibly well made. You have a nice composure going with the face and the watch, and there’s a sort of artistic flare that doesn’t make it look absolutely realistic. Good job!
MeganLin90 MeganLin90 Apr 13
This is beautiful! I’d honestly pick this up based on the cover alone (I know, don’t judge a book by its cover-unfortunately I still judge). Gorgeous!
The cover definitely caught my eye. It works well with the summary.
timisanni timisanni Mar 30
I so love it that I want to steal it.
                              Just joking:). The cover is amazing.