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Karla Reviews Previously Loved Treasures

Karla Reviews Previously Loved Treasures LOVED!!! I love the story telling this author has been gifted with. The characters are unusual but sincere enough that anyone can relate to. Just like everyday people. Great story about friendship mixed with a little mystery. The villain was portrayed as quirky and comes across mean but in a humorous way. Didn’t want to put it down. Karla reviewed Previously Loved Treasures on .....

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Jubilee’s Journey BOOK BLAST with I Am A Reader

I’m so excited to be doing my first book blast with Inspired Kathy from I Am A Reader. If you haven’t checked out her blog yet, do so by clicking here. Around forty-five bloggers will be participating by posting information about this story on their blogs. If you’ve read Jubilee’s Journey, be sure to leave a review at your favorite reviewing site. I.....

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A Jubilee Indeed – Southern lifestyle in West Virginia

As some of my followers may or may not know, my family came from West Virginia and that Southern lifestyle colors much of my writing. My mother got married and moved away from those West Virginia mountains, but her sister Ruth stayed behind and married a man who was a coal miner. Growing up, we visited my aunt’s family every summer and those were the most wonderful vacations any child could wish for. We ran barefoot, drank icy cold water from the.....

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Jubilee’s Journey Book Discussion Questions

The story starts in a coal mine community. When you think of coal mining what sorts of things do you picture? Do you think Bartholomew gave up too soon looking for work outside of the coal mine? Why or why not? If you were Ruth would you have stuck by Bartholomew or would you have asked family for more help? Paul makes some decisions in the beginning about what to take when they left. What three things would you take if you had to leave your home and could never go back?.....

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