Welcome to Fiction Friday. Today I want to share a collection of novels, the Bayview Heights Trilogy, which is on sale today. After being in an anthology together last year author Kathryn Shay and I learned that we live in the same place during winters, and not that far apart in the summers.  So we now…

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Change is rarely easy. In the past two weeks I’ve introduced two of the three major women characters in No River Too Wide, which made its debut this week at your favorite bookstores. If you’ve been reading my Goddesses Anonymous series, then you already met Harmony Stoddard and Taylor Martin, who were both in One Mountain Away…

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Recognize this cover? No?  It’s the new audio version of No River Too Wide. I’m absolutely delighted to say that all three books in the series are being recorded and published by Blackstone Audio, and they’ll be available as CDs and as MP3s on Audible. In fact (don’t tell anybody) it looks as if No River Too Wide  is being…

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Last week I promised sneak peeks at three major characters from No River Too Wide, which arrives at your local bookstore at the end of this month. Since Taylor Martin is featured so prominently on this cover–that’s Taylor standing on the riverbank–we’ll start with her. Do you remember Taylor, Charlotte Hale and Ethan Martin’s daughter from…

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Last week I shared the beginning of Sarah’s final letter from my novel Endless Chain. Are you new to Fiction Friday? You can read an explanation plus all the letters by going to “Categories” on the right on this page, clicking on Fiction Friday, and scrolling down to March 21st, which is when these selections began.…

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For the past months on Fiction Friday I’ve shared the historical portion of my novel Endless Chain. The novel is set in contemporary times, but the story hearkens back to an incident in the past, told through letters from Sarah Miller to the man she loves, Amasa Stone, who is in Lynchburg caring for his father. You…

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Last week we began Sarah Miller’s fourth letter to the man she loves, Amasa Miller, from my novel Endless Chain. These letters are the brief historical portion of a novel set mostly in contemporary times. But the events of 1853, as described by Sarah, have their counterpart in the lives of the contemporary characters. Endless…

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Today’s Fiction Friday is the fourth letter dated 1853 that Sarah Miller writes to the man she loves, Amasa Stone, about the events that’s happened on the Miller farm in rural Shenandoah County, Virginia. This letter is written on the same day as the last one, which I featured in two parts beginning two weeks ago.…

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Beginning on March 21 at Fiction Friday I’ve shared letters written in 1853 from Sarah Miller to Amasa Stone. These were originally published in my novel Endless Chain, book two of my Shenandoah Album series.  While most of the novel is set in contemporary times, Sarah’s letters, written before the War Between the States, are woven throughout.…

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Today I’m delighted to return to Fiction Friday, which has been on a brief hiatus as my new website went live. I promised more of the story of Sarah, Jeremiah and Dorie, as told through Sarah’s letters to Amasa Miller in 1853, so I’m delighted to bring you the next installment. If you’re new to my blog, or…

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