Season Sinclair is an American author who just recently published the historic fiction novel That We Might Have Hope. She also writes as a guest author for Silk and Purple. When Season is not busy working on her next manuscript she can be found in the orchard picking ripened figs or in the vegetable garden inspecting new green beans and tomatoes. She raises Speckled Sussex and Araucana chickens, and a basket of fresh eggs can always be found in her kitchen. She also enjoys researching traditions and customs of American history, and her sewing machine is often humming with a new project. Season has traveled around the world but always returns happily to her home in the Deep South.
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That We Might Have Hope
by Season Sinclair
Published: June 27, 2012
The Civil War has left behind a path of sorrow. Young Kate Austin has blossomed into a true beauty like a new rose in spring, but the war has created loss in every corner of her small world. The smile that those around her were once accustomed to has vanished, and all attempts to uncover it fall short. What can bring Kate to realize that there is hope left in the world?
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