Immersed in the 1920s as Historical Fiction Writer
Certain decades intrigue me more than others, although I've never quite figured out why. Are you that way? The 1920s is one of the decades I'm drawn to, and one of our authors transports us to those Roaring 20s with her novels.
Betty Thomason Owens is the author of Amelia's Legacy, the first book in her Legacy Series. I had the privilege of meeting and hanging out with her at the Catch the Wave conference this year - she's one of those people you just want to hang around forever! She'll be at our Facebook party this Friday, so drop by with some questions for her. She's giving away a beautiful 1920s-inspired necklace too!
It's the Roaring Twenties and anything goes ...
Orphaned and living with her grandmother since the age of six, Nancy Sanderson desires only her freedom from her strict grandmother, Amelia Woods Sanderson, who divides her time between Nancy and a successful career. Her grandmother’s plans include a wealthy, smart, and well-connected young lawyer named Robert Emerson, who bores Nancy.
Instead, Nancy seeks the company of the wild-hearted Nate Conners. When her rebellion turns deadly and her dalliance with Nate leaves her in trouble, Nancy turns to Robert, who promises to protect her. But Robert has underestimated Nate’s thirst for revenge.
As hidden truths become known, can Nancy find the strength to forgive herself and gain true and lasting freedom?
We're giving away THREE books today:
Jerusha Agen's This Dance, the first book in her Sisters Redeemed Series, is free today through Friday.
Today's the last day to get Peggy Cunningham's Really Rare Rabbits: Giant Green Ghosts and the Secret at Peppermint Pass for free, so grab it now!
Fay Lamb's Charisse is free today and tomorrow, so be sure to tell your romance-loving friends to get their copy. And don't forget about the next book in this series, Libby. She's quite the character, and there's a hunky hero involved in her story, in case you're interested.
Join more of the Five Golden Days of Christmas here:
WIP BLOG: The Unstoppable Power of Words
Tracy Ruckman: Immersed in the 1920s as Historical Fiction Writer
Julie Arduini: Christmas Music
Fay Lamb: On the Ledge: Miracle at 1782 Ayshire Drive
PNP BLOG: Does Your Nativity Set Have Personality?
Sheryl Holmes BLOG: Give Hope: Dump an Omelet in the TrashPNP: Cancer Survivor and Mom of Nine Offers Hope All Year Long
Tracy Ruckman: Christmas at Rumi Rancho
Julie Arduini: The Focus of Christmas
Betty Owens: Authorview: Elizabeth NoyesFay Lamb: On the Ledge: A Very Special Mom
Sheryl Holmes: Give Hope: Carry!
Tracy Ruckman: Romance, Suspense, Cruises, and Retirement: An Author’s Life
Julie Arduini: Christmas Present Memories
And be sure to mark your calendar! We're having a Facebook Party on Friday, December 5, and you're invited! We're giving away books, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, a Nativity, gift cards, and more!