Re-Release of All This Time!


Syrian-American Lydia Fadoul has spent a year waiting for her fiance’ to return from war in Iraq, only to discover that he is broken by trauma and the devastating effects of PTSD. Just when he finally agrees to seek help, he takes his own life and leaves behind a story of murder, betrayal, and mystery. In her second, contemporary fiction novel since Budapest, Tiffani Burnett-Velez weaves a fast-paced literary tale about the rumors we believe and the prejudices we create in order to protect our hearts from the truth

Hey Friends,

All This Time was re-released by Leibert Creek Press today! I’m waiting for the reviews to merge from old book to new book, but here’s what some people have said who’ve read it before. It’s part thriller and part women’s contemporary fiction. I hope you’ll enjoy it!

“Stunning!  Exhilarating!  Vibrant!  I was privileged to read this book on Memorial Day weekend, and it was quite fitting.

Tiffani Burnett-Velez reaches right in to the core of all of the mangled emotions that stir inside both; the Service Members and the families that await their return, as our US military serves time in battle over in Iraq and Afghanistan.  I read this story with my mouth agape, I bet you will, too.” From Annie at Chick Lit PlusRead more here…

“All This Time by Tiffani Burnett-Velez was a great story.  I can’t say enough things about this book because it is in the genre of books that I love the most.

I also loved this book because it brings issues that people are dealing with in our country and brings attention to them.” From Margaret at The World as I See It

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