Cover Reveal: Forward To Camelot, by S. Sloate and K. Finn

Time-Travel / Thriller
Date Published: October 31, 2013

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On the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination comes a new edition of the extraordinary time-travel thriller first published in 2003, now extensively revised and re-edited, and with a new Afterword from the authors.
On November 22, 1963, just hours after President Kennedy’s assassination, Lyndon Johnson was sworn in as President aboard Air Force One using JFK’s own Bible. Immediately afterward, the Bible disappeared. It has never been recovered. Today, its value would be beyond price.
In the year 2000, actress Cady Cuyler is recruited to return to 1963 for this Bible—while also discovering why her father disappeared in the same city, on the same tragic day. Finding frightening links between them will lead Cady to a far more perilous mission: to somehow prevent the President’s murder, with one unlikely ally: an ex-Marine named Lee Harvey Oswald.
Forward to Camelot: 50th Anniversary Edition brings together an unlikely trio: a gallant president, the young patriot who risks his own life to save him, and the woman who knows their future, who is desperate to save them both.
History CAN be altered …
About the Authors

SUSAN SLOATE is the author of 20 previous books, including the recent bestsellerStealing Fire and Realizing You (with Ron Doades), for which she invented a new genre: the self-help novel. The original 2003 edition of Forward to Camelot became a #6 Amazon bestseller, took honors in three literary competitions and was optioned by a Hollywood company for film production.
Susan has also written young-adult fiction and non-fiction, including the children’s biography Ray Charles: Find Another Way!, which won the silver medal in the 2007 Children’s Moonbeam Awards. Mysteries Unwrapped: The Secrets of Alcatraz led to her 2009 appearance on the TV series MysteryQuest on The History Channel. Amelia Earhart: Challenging the Skies is a perennial young-adult Amazon bestseller. She has also been a sportswriter and a screenwriter, managed two recent political campaigns and founded an author’s festival in her hometown of Mount Pleasant, SC.
For updates and more information about Forward to Camelot: 50th Anniversary Edition, please visit

After beginning his career as a television news and sports writer-producer, KEVIN FINN moved on to screenwriting and has authored more than a dozen screenplays. He is a freelance script analyst and has worked for the prestigious American Film Institute Writer’s Workshop Program. He now produces promotional trailers, independent film projects including the 2012 documentary SETTING THE STAGE: BEHIND THE SCENES WITH THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, and local content for Princeton Community Television.
His next novel, Banners Over Brooklyn, will be released in 2015.
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6 comments on “Cover Reveal: Forward To Camelot, by S. Sloate and K. Finn

  1. Mary Preston says:

    The subject matter certainly intrigues.

  2. Susan Sloate says:

    Thanks, Mary! It was a real challenge, but we wanted people to feel part of the early 1960’s again–hope you’ll check it further to see if we succeeded!

    And Margo, thanks for hosting us today–very excited to connect with your readers!

  3. collenga says:

    Sounds like an amazing book! Even though I was not yet born, I’ve always admired JFK and I love mysteries and time travel and this sounds like one of those books that are hard to put down. Looking forward to reading this! Thanks for sharing!

    • Susan Sloate says:

      Thank you, collenga! The #1 comment we’ve gotten from readers is, “I couldn’t stop reading it”–which we LOVE to hear! Here’s the book trailer––or visit my website for more info: Hope you’ll give it a try!!

  4. BookLady says:

    What a fascinating story! Even after all the years the Kennedy assassination is still intriguing. Forward to Camelot sounds like a very interesting book. Thanks for sharing.

    • Susan Sloate says:

      Thanks, BookLady! There’s a LOT of real history in the novel that people think we made up, but we didn’t–so much stuff that most people don’t know about the assassination, who really did it and why. Hope you’ll check it out!

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