First, here's a bit of info about us. We are a group of 31 writers of Christian historical fiction. Most of us are published, and our books span Biblical times to modern day, but the purpose of this blog is not to talk about our books, but rather, one of the things we all have in common--our love of history. This is reflected in the fascinating posts you've read on this blog, which cover all aspects of history.
But this blog wouldn't be possible without you, and we wanted to say a special thank you to our followers and visitors for helping CFHS reach nearly 100,000 hits in less than a year. We also would appreciate some feedback. I'm listing some questions below, and everyone who leaves a comment and answers at least two of the questions below will be entered to win a copy of The Pioneer Christmas collection, signed by all 9 of the authors.
When Sarah Marshall’s wagon breaks down near a stage stop on the Santa Fe Trail, marriage proposals fly in faster than the incessant wind, but only one man interests Sarah—and he’s not proposing.
Ethan Harper’s well-ordered life is thrown into turmoil when an uppity city gal is stranded at his family’s stage stop. Now his two brothers and every unmarried male in the county are wooing Miss Priss. When one brother proposes, Ethan is in turmoil. Is it because she’s the wrong woman for his brother —or the right one for Ethan?
Vickie McDonough is the award-winning author of 28 books and novellas. Her novels include the fun and feisty Texas Boardinghouse Brides series and the 3rd & 6th books in the Texas Trails series. Her novel, Long Trail Home, won the Inspirational category of the 2012 Booksellers’ Best Awards. Whispers on the Prairie, the first book in an exciting new series set in 1870s Kansas released in July and is a Romantic Times Recommended Read.