Biography of an Heirloom

Nine years after the wedding a bride wants to reuse her wedding gown to make a christening dress for her unborn daughter. After so long, the condition of the fabric is a concern. Fortunately the bride preserved it well. Re-using satin brocade brings a beautiful fabric out of a closet and puts it to good use. In the process, author Georgiann Baldino learns about the importance of tradition. More

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About Georgiann Baldino

Georgiann Baldino has been publishing fiction and nonfiction since 2004, primarily concerning the American Civil War era. Her 2018 book, A Family and Nation Under Fire, from Kent State University Press is a collection of previously unpublished journals and correspondence between Maj. William Medill, 8th Illinois Cavalry, and older brother Joseph, one of the influential owners of the Chicago Tribune. It was selected as a finalist for the Foreword Magazine, Inc. Book of the Year Awards for 2018 in the Adult Nonfiction category. Her newest release, Glory for the Brave, was a finalist in Bob Rich’s 2018 Book Edit Contest.

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