Tour + Review: Forgotten Memories by Penny Zeller

Some memories are best forgottenā€¦

The Wyoming Territory is rife with lawlessness and disorder, something Annie Ledbetter and her parents discover when their wagon train is robbed. Seven years later, Annie settles into her lifelong dream as a teacher in the small town of Willow Falls. When she meets handsome rancher Caleb Eliason through a humorous misunderstanding, she is quickly drawn to his kind heart and charming smile.

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Cover Reveal: Bound and Determined by Grace A. Johnson

Well, the long-awaited day has arrived, and just typing that title of the post is so exciting to me! Ever since I read the second book in the series, I have been awaiting the third book. And after hearing about Bound and Determined for a long time (so many tantalizing snippets!), I received the honor of beta-reading this epic novel just a few months ago. And wow, you all should be excited. No, you will be excited after reading this blurb. So without any more jabbering on …

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Interview: Madisyn Carlin, Author of DECEIVED

This week, I’m excited to take part in the blog tour for Madisyn’s amazing debut novel, DECEIVED! I met Madi through her blog, and I was so impressed and edified by her blog posts. And then, when I heard she was publishing a book … yeah, I was excited. And now this lovely book is being launched into the world! Be sure to check DECEIVED out on Goodreads and Amazon, and if you’d like to purchase directly from the author, check out her website!

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Guest Post by Alyssa Watson: Looking to the Past to Prepare for the Future

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Today I have a very special treat for everyone because I get to welcome my sweet friend Alyssa to the blog! If you don’t already know her, she blogs over at Seeking the Timeless Anchor. She is a historical fiction author (planning to publish her first book in the near future), and it was great to hear her thoughts on the importance of history, especially in this day and age when history is being “canceled” by anyone who does not agree with it.

So without further adieu … take it away, Alyssa!

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