Thank you, readers, for the reviews


Just wanted to take a moment to thank those people who have posted reader reviews of Tory Roof.  I know it takes time and does not come easily to everyone, so I really appreciate the effort and thoughtfulness.

Would love to get some for Silver Line.

For professional reviewers, please note that through Publish Drive, my digital distributor, I can easily provide links to review copies (ebooks) on Apple Books and Google Play Books. These are protected copies, available for download for 28 days, that cannot be forwarded or copied beyond the intended recipient.

Or contact me with your credentials to receive a review copy in a different format.


eBook Sale Extended

October 2019

Take advantage of special seasonal ebook pricing on Tory Roof and Silver Line.  We originally reduced the price to $3.99 each to celebrate the joy of beach reading but have extended the offer to cover blustery autumn afternoons when people want to hunker down with a good book or plan their holiday gift giving.

Here are direct links to the most popular online stores.




Meet Me at the New England Authors Expo June 29th

Books! Browsing! Conversation!

The 2019 New England Authors Expo is free to the public and promises to be fun for authors, publishers, and readers alike. I’ll be participating as part of Sudbury Publishing Group, located in the main hall. Just look for the glowing lantern, and you’ll find us.

We’ll have autographed copies of Tory Roof and Silver Line on hand, along with a sign-up sheet for future communication.  Enter to win a $25 Amazon gift card. Say hello and tell us what you’re working on, what you like to read, or where you need help with your own publishing ventures.

We look forward to meeting you and celebrating the written word.



Great way to present a gift check

Need a graduation gift?


Silver Line is a fun graduation gift for a New Adult embarking on a college adventure — or for a college student wrapping up a busy year.

The story starts on a Boston campus where Jared is a journalism student and Alexa is on a poli-sci track. They accidentally discover they can revert to their former, older selves — a rugged miner and spirited dance hall girl living in an 1860s Colorado town.

Lured by the intensity of a mature relationship and the enticement of adventure, they continue to return, but in contemporary times, become consumed trying to find the missing art from the famous Gardner Museum heist. Here they meet a stalker, shady art dealers, and a homeless man who knows a lot. They finally realize that clues to the present lie in the past.

BUY NOW $9.99 paperback on Amazon.  $5.99 for Kindle, Nook, iBooks. (Costs less than a car.)





Look For Us on Reedsy Discovery

April 9, 2019 — Jill C. Baker (and the Sutherland Series) will be participating in Reedsy’s Discovery Program for new and yet-to-be-discovered books. Tory Roof and Silver Line have been submitted for review consideration. In June and/or July, they will be included in the Discovery feed, at which time visitors can read a sample chapter and vote on the book. (Please do!  The more upvotes we get, the better our chances for additional publicity). At that point, a link to our profile page (which I’m allowed to preview here) will go live. BTW, there is no cost to sign up for  Reedsy Discovery. Would be a great way to get a jump on your summer reading selection. The site also offers many writing and publishing resources.



Sudbury Publishing Group Press Release


February 22, 2019

Sudbury Publishing Group Announces First Two Releases in the Sutherland Series 

The Sudbury Publishing Group is pleased to debut Jill C. Baker’s Sutherland Series, available in paperback and ebook format for Kindle, Nook, Apple, and Android devices. These are works of historical fiction with a touch of paranormal to propel the plots — all of which interweave past and present, and end with a twist.

While each of these stories stands alone, they are connected by members of the Sutherland family, all of whom, enjoy a heightened sense of awareness and can traverse time.

Baker’s goal is to create an entertaining forum for guilt-free escape, giving intelligent readers permission to wonder, “What if?”  She anticipates at least four books, each focused on a member of the Sutherland family. Baker is an accomplished copywriter and media marketer who has worked for publishing leaders such as Hearst and Harte-Hanks. Most recently, she was Director of Marketing for a digital publishing provider serving the magazine industry.

Her first book, Tory Roof (released October 2018) is a woman’s story – a lush account of love and adventure that challenges Sarah Sutherland’s marriage and pits logic against longing. In trying to sell a vintage home, Sarah encounters Terrence, a fiery Revolutionary War agitator posing as a Loyalist. She is drawn to him physically and emotionally. Stepping into the shoes of her former self, she becomes a resister, a writer, and a soon-to-be mother. Parallel plots unfold in the course of year, connecting contemporary New England to true events in 1765, a time when the rumblings of independence were stirring. Forced to reconcile her two realities, Sarah begins to doubt her mental stability and turns to a psychiatrist for help. She eventually learns the people around her are not as they seem and that her life is in danger. But first, she has something important to do.

Silver Line (released February 2019) picks up with Sarah’s son, Jared, who is heading to college in hopes of becoming an investigative reporter. He had always repressed his precognitive skills, thinking them an unfair advantage, but when he meets Alexa, they discover they can revert to their older, former selves — a rugged miner and beautiful dance hall girl, living in an 1860s Colorado town. Lured by the adventure and heat of a mature relationship, they continue to return – facing a flash flood, mining accident, robbery, claim jumping threat, and smallpox epidemic. In present time, Jared is consumed by the unsolved Gardner Museum heist, bent on finding the missing artwork for an article he is writing. Unintentionally, he draws Alexa into a world of stalkers, shady dealers, and street people, including a homeless man who had witnessed the heist. Determined to propose three strong theories to help solve the crime, Jared struggles to consolidate his thinking until he realizes that clues to the present lie in the past.

Learn about Absent, the third book, at




Got Bookmarkers!

November, 2018 —  In the upcoming months, I hope to meet many of you at author gatherings and book industry events. Happy to say, I now have bookmarkers to hand out. Good way to remember how to follow me. (Hope you will…)