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Saturday, May 7, 2016

Enter to WIN: A Historical Fiction Novella

        I've had the privilege of knowing Jodie Wolfe for some time now since she is with the same literary agent as I am. She's not only a skilled writer, but a neat person to get to know. Today you can learn about her latest historical fiction novella, Hearts Tightly Knit: available on Amazon at www.amazon.com/heartstightlyknit. You can also enter to WIN a print copy by commenting below and telling me what your favorite type of book to read is.





Hearts Tightly Knit Blurb:

Orphaned at age ten, Ellie Stafford and her twin sister Mae made a vow—to stick together and never marry. Nothing will ever come between them. Now in their mid twenties, they are bucking convention in Calder Springs, Texas, as women with respectable occupations who can take care of themselves. Ellie works at the Good Fixin's Diner and spends her evenings knitting garments for The Children's Aid Society. When a handsome local rancher shows up searching for a cook, she's hardly even tempted.

Luke Rogers owns a spread just outside of Calder Springs. It was running as smooth as cattle going through a chute until his cook up and marries the local widow and high-tails it back east. With no cook and a bunkhouse full of ranch hands ready to revolt, he persuades Ellie to temporarily fill-in until he can hire someone else. He should have known better than to get tangled up with another woman.

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Jodie Wolfe got bitten by the writing bug as a young girl after reading and watching Little House on the Prairie. She loves writing stories about feisty heroines and strong, godly heroes. The power of story to influence lives and change hearts is what motivates her to weave tales that tell of the Savior’s faithfulness and forgiveness. Her books provide history, hope, laughter and happily-ever-after. When not writing she enjoys spending time with her husband, reading, walking and being a Grammie.


Blogs I contribute to: Stitches Thru Time, Putting on the New and of course, Quid Pro Quills.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting me today, Anne and for your sweet words. I'm blessed by your friendship.

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  2. I'll read almost any genre book if the writing is well done, but I think my favorite is historical fiction. I didn't like history in school, but told as a story it's fascinating!

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