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Will she have to run from her past for the rest of her life?
The Richest Knight
She wants the security of riches. He's turned his back on the demands of wealth.
Rachel Rothburn agrees to a marriage of convenience with an obnoxious doctor and the pair set off for Oregon.
Unaware her new husband believes she had his family murdered, Brithwin must prove her innocence before she’s the next victim.
Linda Shenton Matchett writes about ordinary people who did extraordinary things in days gone by. A volunteer docent and archivist for the Wright Museum of WWII, Linda is also a trustee for her local public library. She is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and was born a stone’s throw from Fort McHenry. Linda has lived in historic places all her life, and is now located in central New Hampshire where her favorite activities include exploring historic sites and immersing herself in the imaginary worlds created by other authors.
Nancy Farrier grew up on a small farm in the Midwest amidst a close-knit family. She came to love farm life including the cooking, gardening and canning, but not so much the cleaning house part. In school, she often got in trouble in history class for hiding a fiction book in her textbook to read during the teacher’s lecture. Nancy was shocked to later discover she had such a love for history. Now Nancy lives in Southern California and loves to research and include bits of history in her books. She is a Christian and enjoys encouraging her readers in their faith.
Represented by Hartline Literary Agency, Denise Weimer holds a journalism degree with a minor in history from Asbury University. She’s a managing editor for the historical imprints of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas and the author of over ten traditionally published novels and several novellas. A wife and mother of two daughters, she always pauses for coffee, chocolate, and old houses!
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Catherine Brakefield says, “My readers inspire my writing!”
Catherine is an award-winning author of the inspirational historical romance Wilted Dandelions which won Honorable Mention, the Eric Hoffer Book Award, and Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year award in 2016. Her four-book Destiny series is rising in popularity with nation-wide book clubs; Swept into Destiny, Destiny’s Whirlwind, Destiny of Heart won first place in The Maxwell Medal 2019 fiction category, and Waltz with Destiny.
She is a member of Heart of America Christian Writers Network (HACWN), American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), president of the Great Lakes Chapter and has been featured in numerous periodicals, Michigan History and Southern Writers Magazine.
She has written two pictorial history books. Images of America; The Lapeer Area, and Images of America: Eastern Lapeer County.
Her short stories have been published in Guidepost Books True Stories of Extraordinary Answers to Prayer, Unexpected Answers and Desires of Your Heart; Baker Books, Revell, The Dog Next Door, Horse of my Heart, Second-Chance DOGS, and Horse of my Dreams; CrossRiver Media Publishers, The Benefit Package and Abba’s Promise; Bethany House Publishers, Jesus Talked to me Today.
She has been featured in numerous periodicals over the last thirty years, Michigan History and Southern Writers Magazine to name a few. Catherine is a member of Heart of American Christian Writers Network (HACWN); American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and president of the ACFW Great Lakes Chapter. She loves to tell America’s story one truth at a time through her speaking engagements.
She is a longtime Michigan resident and lives with her husband of 45 years and their Arabian horses in the picturesque hills of Addison Township. She has two adult children, loves traveling the byroads across America, and spoiling her two handsome grandsons and two beautiful granddaughters!
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Blog: Hope, Hearts, and Hoofbeats https://catherineulrichbrakefield.wordpress.com/
Debbie Lynne Costello attended Heritage University, where she studied Journalism and worked in the editing department. She has the first full-length in her medieval series out, Sword of Forgiveness, and two novellas in the series out. She has the first book of her 19th century Charleston Series, Shattered Memories. She also has a short-story, The Letter, published in Guidepost's Cup of Christmas Cheer book.
She and her husband have four children. They live in upstate South Carolina with their family, shelties, german shepherd, cat, miniature donkey, Arabian and Tennessee Walking horses. She spent thirteen years coaching cheerleading and trying to make a difference in young girls’ lives. Debbie Lynne has shown Shetland sheepdogs and raised them for 20 years. In her spare time, she goes horseback riding, paints, knits, and takes care of the grandbabies.