Victorian England, 1891. A tragic drowning. A small town dependent on the local lead mine, which is losing money. Two celibate young priests, both of whom have secrets. A ‘modern woman’. What could possibly go wrong?
A girl goes missing…
During the fall of 1880, Olivia Kohl thought she had buried the most painful secret of her past until a young man arrives in Copper Creek with a secret of his own, offering Olivia daring hope in the future.
This book is for city dwellers that wish to move to a rural area and what they will face. It is also for rural residents trying to save money while living in the country.
Who should read this book?:
• Families living in cities that wishes for a rural life in an affordable way
• Low-income rural residents
• Long time country people who want to save money
Step back in time, to the days of lazy summers, unending friendship, solid camaraderie and the simple pleasures of rural New England, as Skinny, Squint and Bow enjoy lives filled with adventure, daring and courage.
Wog's Garden is mostly a fictional account of Winslow Oliver Green's conversations with his friend Junior Fre. They talk about values and goals and what makes life enjoyable. They don't have all the answers but often come up with interesting observations, some of which seem to be at least partial answers to how life can be made better.
The latest installment of Stories from Lone Creek includes a new collection of short stories set in the small town that features a variety of local characters in different circumstances that span the goings on in a school during snow season to a mother tree’s scheme to save her blossoming daughter.
Barbie-Jo paints exquisite pictures with her words, leaving the reader wanting to step into her story poems and experience them first hand. Her poetry will touch your soul and, like a coming thunder storm, the memories will roll across the landscape of your mind and echo in your heart.
A Wolf in God’s Country is the story of a young boy in the 1940’s, growing up in a rural environment with his best friends; his horse Honey Gal and his dog Ring. The story chronicles their exciting and sometimes dangerous adventures. It is a heartwarming story of a red blooded American boy and his childhood with Honey Gal & Ring by his side in an era long past.