Enter the Giveaway
Books can have fresh starts too. This series is now available as ebooks to be read by a whole new generation of readers.
Enter my ebook give-away by leaving a comment below about your favorite "fresh" thing, and a randomly picked lucky reader will receive a Kindle version of TRAIL OF THREAD.
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I enjoy fresh homemade bread, still warm from the oven.
I love fresh laundry, clean & warm!
I love history, like Kansas history, and Colorado history, I really enjoy fresh homemade pies, bread and cookies!
Historical fiction is my favorite!
I love the fresh smell after a rain (and we have had plennty of rain this year). I also enjoy journaling our trips. Maybe some day someone will read them and they will become an inspiration for an Historical book series :>)
I love a fresh start to the school year. As a teacher, I look forward to fresh faces, fresh paper, and fresh pencils. The possibilities are endless.
Clean fresh sheets right off the clothes line. Nothing better then ceawling into bed at night when the sheets have been hanging on the clothes line all day...
A favorite fresh thing would be a "fresh" novel...when I open
Fresh sheets are the best.
I also love a fresh new novel to read, it's my best pasttime.
I love fresh clothing after a refreshing shower.
My favorite fresh thing would have to be a skein of yarn, because I know I'll be able to create something wonderful out of it with my knitting needles!! Congratulations on your new book. I know it was a labor of love.
I love American historical fiction. Can't wait to read this/
Fresh food straight from the garden!
I certainly look forward to reading all three of this series. Historical fiction is my favorite.
I love walking in the rain especially when you see rainbows when it ends
I love the smell of just mowed grass.
I love a nice warm bubble bath and then slipping in between fresh bedding that has hung out to dry.
I love fresh sheets just off the line!
I love the fresh smell of beautiful flowers in my garden.
I love the fresh smell of the ocean early in the morning.
I love climbing into fresh sheeets. Your books sound wonderful and something I look forward to reading.
Finding a good book is one of my favorite things. The other is going for walks around town and on trails near water in the parks or even by the water at the mall. It's so refreshing. I love reading about the Underground Railroad and all the people who kept it going along with their ways of living and keeping it secret to make it work.
I never thought about the series I read as a thread. Some threads cover several generations while others add new strings or characters to weave into the works. Thanks for making me think of it that way.
I love books with fresh ideas. This series sound different and really good!
Looking at the titles, I thought the stories would be reflecting of homemade things but the books have more substance. It is about real people that were coping with the Civil War. They may not be fighting in the war but the war does affect them while they are heading out West.
Historical novels, rather than romances, are my favorites. I became more and more interested in history itself as I read my first novels; romances were 20 years in the future. And I think these are more on the historical truth side than romances, even when they contain romance. The Civil War has been one of my favorite historical subjects.
Thanks everyone for reading my guest blog and taking the time to write a comment.
Unlike some of you who can only dream of Kansas' wide prairies, I'll be there next month. With family in Lawrence, I get to both visit an area rich in history, and bright with today's restaurants and shopping--not to mention walking the paths along the Kansas River.
I never thought about the series I read as a thread.
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