The novel, enhanced with beautiful fonts and 24 charcoal illustrations. Autographed, with dedication of your choice. Or buy on Amazon and order an autographed bookplate here. The beautiful gift card option may be completed or sent blank as you direct.
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Rosette may have lived through the infamous Children's Blizzard of 1888 in Dakota Territory, and this short story takes us through those terrifying days as she shares them with her son and his young family--with a baby due at any moment. This story is free with Kindle Unlimited.
Launched on Kindle and in Paperback in March, 2021
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Rosette's brother Solomon is one of the narrators of her novel, and his story--told in part in hers-- is perhaps even more compelling. Solomon married his sweetheart Jennette in 1858, and after they had two children together, he went to serve as a bugler in the Union Army. Captured at Trevilian Station, he spent months in the notorious Andersonville prison in Georgia, but he made it home--and then his troubles started.
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To celebrate the launch of this novel in March 2021, the paperback is available autographed, with no shipping charge and with a surprise bonus in your package. See the drop-down option to order ROSETTE at the same time. Please let me know if you desire a separate shipping address or any special dedication. Note that delivery time is based on availability once the book is shipped to me in April.
I had the delightful opportunity to work with Suzanne Fox on three of her intriguing anthologies about inspiration and mentoring in writing and other endeavors of the human spirit, and I was honored to contribute a chapter to this volume, explaining the origins of the novel Rosette.
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Special note: My husband Glenn Marsch, a molecular biophysicist, and my brother Chris Rinaman, a jazz musician, contributed chapters to another title from Suzanne Fox, The Mentor that Matters.