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Cloud Dancer by [Chitwood, Billy]
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Length: 118 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

College: Lycoming College - Williamsport, PA -Honorable service in the United States Navy -Taught 'Advanced Writing' at high school level -Actor - stage, film, TV commercials, model -National Sales Manager for large Textbook pulisher -Married to Julie Anne & lives in Lincoln's rolling hills of Kentucky

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 678 KB
  • Print Length: 118 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01KMOC1NM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,078,313 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
* Thank you to Billy Ray Chitwood for providing me with a free copy of 'Cloud Dancer' for which I have given an honest review*

Billy Ray Chitwood has crossed many genres with Cloud Dancer. It's most prominently a love story, but it also includes time travel, a touch of the paranormal, and gives us a taste of Cherokee history with 'The Trail of Tears', and just for good measure, there's also a murder.

It's 2017 and Blake Fielding is involved in a road traffic accident. Whilst receiving medication for pain relief he dreams of a beautiful woman, and is instantly transported back to 1838 where that beautiful woman is more than just a dream! I won't give anything away other than that.

The author's style of writing has a rather endearing quality about it, and it's clear that he truly writes from the heart. The storyline is intriguing as it moves between 1838 and 2017 - and there's a lot happening, but all the threads weave nicely together to create a well rounded, interesting, and entertaining read.
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'Cloud Dancer' defies easy description. It begins with a car wreck, and ends ultimately as a love story, though along the way we are treated to some time travel, a murder, and a slice of Cherokee history. The central relationship between Blake and Ellie (aka Cloud Dancer) is unashamedly romantic - so if you are looking for a 'feel good' book, you should give Mr. Chitwood's latest oeuvre a look. It's full of the heart and yearning I have come to associate with this author, and its general tone hearkens back to kinder, less judgemental times. In that sense, it is an old-fashioned tale, but no less enjoyable for all that. We need stories like this in our troubled, often cynical world.
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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars 5 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars Life will never be the same again. 19 Sept. 2016
By Caleb Pirtle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I love Billy Ray Chitwood’s Billy Crane mysteries, but in “Cloud Dancer,” he takes us in an entirely new and different direction. His hero, Blake Fielding, knows he is a lady’s man. He is cocky and arrogant. But he becomes a changed man when a traffic accident almost kills him. For a lost moment in time, he finds himself in another place, another time. Blake is trapped on the Trail of Tears, a tragic era when the roots of Native American families were ripped from the good earth and they were forced to leave their homeland and journey to a place none wanted to be. Hearts break. For them, life will never be the same again. Neither will the life of Blake Fielding. Regardless of what may happen to him, he will never forget the spirit, the determination, the courage of those cast out on a trail of broken promises.

In the accident, Blake should have died, but he didn’t, and he wonders why he was spared. He certainly didn’t deserve it. He has a second chance, and in the midst of a bitter world afflicted by murders he doesn’t understand and mysteries he’s not sure he can solve, he finds love that has always eluded him.

“Cloud Dancer” is not a long book, the story moves along at a fast, intriguing, pace., and you will discover that Billy Ray’s writing has passages that border on literary fiction. His characters are real. They aren’t made of words. They are flesh and bone. They have their flaws, their weaknesses, and their strengths. They fail, but they never stop trying. They play the hand life deals them, and you are with them every step of the way.

“Cloud Dancer” is different, it’s emotional, it touches the heart, it is a joy to read. And just when I think I know what will happen next, I suddenly find I don’t.
5.0 out of 5 stars Multi-genre, blended-genre author Chitwood produces another excellent effort 31 Oct. 2016
By Timothy M. Tays - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I'm a fan of author Billy Ray Chitwood and have read most of his body of work. This means I've read multiple genres, from suspense to romance to memoir to political commentary—and genres blended together, such as his latest effort "Cloud Dancer." Mr. Chitwood is good at writing romantic plot lines, but he soars the darker he writes, the deeper into twisted human psyches he delves, the more depraved his characters (the antagonists) behave. So I keep coming back for more, and look forward to his next effort. Great fun, excellent reading.
4.0 out of 5 stars Engaging and Entertaining Read! 28 Mar. 2017
By Maureen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
* Thank you to Billy Ray Chitwood for providing me with a free copy of 'Cloud Dancer' for which I have given an honest review*

Billy Ray Chitwood has crossed many genres with Cloud Dancer. It's most prominently a love story, but it also includes time travel, a touch of the paranormal, and gives us a taste of Cherokee history with 'The Trail of Tears', and just for good measure, there's also a murder.

It's 2017 and Blake Fielding is involved in a road traffic accident. Whilst receiving medication for pain relief he dreams of a beautiful woman, and is instantly transported back to 1838 where that beautiful woman is more than just a dream! I won't give anything away other than that.

The author's style of writing has a rather endearing quality about it, and it's clear that he truly writes from the heart. The storyline is intriguing as it moves between 1838 and 2017 - and there's a lot happening, but all the threads weave nicely together to create a well rounded, interesting, and entertaining read.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful and enjoyable 26 Sept. 2016
By Molly Flanders - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
A wonderfully written story with great intrigue and a heart-felt romance at its core.
A sudden car crash takes our hero Blake Fielding out of his busy life and into hospital where he experiences the surreal world of pain medication - until a time slip transports him even further, to the tragic events of the so called 'Trail of Tears'. Native Americans take him in, he meets and falls for a girl, just as one of America's darkest hours of history is about to happen.
There is a lot going on in this story, historically, romantically and plot wise. It never fails to engage with itsd beautiful prose and imaginative storyline. A very accomplished novel about meaning in life and inequality, love and honour.
Very enjoyable.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars We Need Stories Like This 1 Oct. 2016
By Diogenes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
'Cloud Dancer' defies easy description. It begins with a car wreck, and ends ultimately as a love story, though along the way we are treated to some time travel, a murder, and a slice of Cherokee history. The central relationship between Blake and Ellie (aka Cloud Dancer) is unashamedly romantic - so if you are looking for a 'feel good' book, you should give Mr. Chitwood's latest oeuvre a look. It's full of the heart and yearning I have come to associate with this author, and its general tone hearkens back to kinder, less judgemental times. In that sense, it is an old-fashioned tale, but no less enjoyable for all that. We need stories like this in our troubled, often cynical world.
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