Author Archives: Rose McCauley

Historic Cities Along the Ohio-Erie Canal by Johnnie Alexander

Rose here: I don’t know about you, but I have been learning so much this month just by reading my fellow author’s stories in The Erie Canal Brides Collection and the great research they did on the settings of their novellas. Below … Continue reading

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Why the Erie Canal Story for a Story? by Lauralee Bliss

Rose here: This whole month, I want to introduce you to some of the other authors in this collection with my novella which releases today! Happy release day, ladies! Why the Erie Canal for a Story? by Lauralee Bliss Thus … Continue reading

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New booklet by Gina Diorio about Promises in the Wilderness.

Gina Diorio has written a great Scripture-based booklet on Promises in the Wilderness. Here’s her reason for writing this book: This booklet came out of another study I did last year (via a series of Facebook posts!) looking at things … Continue reading

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From Infamy to Forgiveness: A Pearl Harbor Story by Linda Thompson

On this 77th Pearl Harbor Day, in honor of those who served and those who lost their lives in World War II I hope  you will read this stirring guest post. Guest blog by Linda Thompson, author of A Plum … Continue reading

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Debut Novel by Linda Thompson–The Plum Blooms in Winter

I love this cover of The Plum Blooms in Winter by Linda Thompson. It shows the beauty juxtaposed with the danger and horror of life during WWII in Japan. I just finished reading this book and LOVED it! Although there … Continue reading

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Saving Jane Doe by Carolyn Purcell, a book review

I met the author of Saving Jane Doe, Carolyn Purcell, who also lives in Kentucky, through a mutual friend in Lexington. I was happy to read her book although the first part of it was a little clinical for me … Continue reading

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