Trail Winds reminds me of “Mother West Wind’s How Stories” and of course Kipling’s “Just So Stories”. But these have a very western, American flavor. Karen S. D. Robinson
Heart of Christmas celebrates a blessed time of year with lighthearted tales of friends and family, beautiful poems, quotations, and some favorite yuletide songs. Included is The Smile of an Angel by Janet Fogg.
A romantic suspense sampler that includes the first chapter of A Serenade to Die For.
Born in 1867, Arozina (Zina) Celestine Cox, my great-great grandmother, married Aldo Knot (Kink) Cox in 1885. Zina bore nine children, two of whom died in infancy, and one who at age 14 was shot and killed. Zina believed her teen son Vere was murdered at the mill where Aldo worked. Considering her education, poverty, the loss of three children, separation from her husband, and little formal religious education, Zina lived with strength and became inspired by God to share her tragic and sometimes beautiful life in these, her “writings.” I am happy to provide a pdf of this book to relatives of Zina and Aldo. Please contact me.