The Legend of Zinnia

Who was the old woman known as Zinnia? Some say her name was whispered by many of the early settlers in the area before the town of Shale Bluff ever existed which was highly unlikely. It would make her over a hundred and fifty years old. The normal everyday life of the Harless family took a drastic change when the old woman known as Miss Zinnia came into their lives. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781465724229
About J. Lee McPherson

Hi folks. My name is J. Lee McPherson and I live in the southern part of Missouri. My hobby has been mostly singing and playing my guitar at local jam sessions as well as writing songs until encouraging words from my family uncovered in their eyes another talent of mine I didn't know I possessed. I've always liked putting words to music and my family saw something in the way I wrote so encouraged me to try my luck at writing books. Now when I'm not jamming with my friends I'm busy writing fiction novels.

In my later years of life I decided to take my family's advice and to try my luck at writing. So in a short span of time I came up with 'The Shadow Dog of Jeremiah', a Christmas story called 'Bobba Long the Bowlegged Snowman', 'Stars of Ivondale' and another Christmas story called 'The Magic Snowball'.

Later I wrote a science fiction novel called 'The Storm Shelter', another fiction novel called 'The Legend of Zinnia' and then 'Dream Tracker (The Beginning)'.

Now I figure I've finally found my niche in life and I plan on writing as long as I can take the pictures from my mind and with a little imagination put them to words.

All my books have been published to Smashwords and some can also be purchased in print. To see all the books that I've completed and that has been published go to my website at:
htttp://www.jleemcpherson.com

I will hopefully have more books in the near future.

J. Lee McPherson

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