December 2020 Year-end wrap-up
Wallowa Mountains in July.
Imagine the above mountains in December and you'll have some idea of just one of the challenges Alice faces in
The feedback I've been getting on this story has made all the hours spent writing and researching so worthwhile.
Thank you! I hope you'll share your thoughts with other readers by leaving a review on the site you purchased the book from.
In my November newsletter, I hinted at another western adventure in the works. That book is Ramsey Judd, a story my dear cousin, Tina Spencer,
published in 2008 through Publish America (a now defunct print-on-demand company). The book received positive reviews, and it was a story I thoroughly enjoyed.
So when it fell out of print, I encouraged (or rather nagged!) Tina to re-publish.
But life happened, and here we are twelve years later. My cousin entrusted me with copyright ownership and the task of re-publishing. Outside of some minor editing,
little of the original text has been altered. Ramsey Judd is still very much Tina Spencer's story.
From the back cover:
The Civil War robbed him of his identity and self-respect. Now he's ready to reclaim them both.
Twenty years ago, Union soldier Ramsey Judd ran away in the middle of battle. He was forced to keep running under an assumed name to avoid being apprehended
and charged with desertion. Pushing old age and faced with his own mortality, he finally starts the long journey home. Along the way, he stops in a little place
in Idaho to pay his respects to the girl he left behind.
But a lot has changed in his absence. Instead of a warm welcome, Ramsey finds himself at the center of a conflict between revenge and greed. He has one last
chance to make things right – unless his health, or the law, catches up with him first.
Another awesome cover, don't you agree?
Ramsey Judd is scheduled for release January 5, 2021.
A reminder announcement, along with information on where you can buy the ebook and paperback, will be sent out on launch day!
You've heard the saying "truth is stranger than fiction"? For me, that pretty much summarizes 2020: a year of extremes. As it comes to a close,
I wish you and yours the very best of holidays. May the new year bring peace and joy!