Colonial Fort Brides: 4 Stories of Love on the Edge of the Frontier
: Join four brave women making their mark on history at Colonial forts. Anne at James Fort in 1608. Esther at Castle William in 1674. Sabine at Oswego Fort in 1740. Rosina at Fort Boonesborough in 1778. Though often overlooked,...
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Join four brave women making their mark on history at Colonial forts. Anne at James Fort in 1608. Esther at Castle William in 1674. Sabine at Oswego Fort in 1740. Rosina at Fort Boonesborough in 1778. Though often overlooked, women were vital to expansion into the wilderness, bringing civility, family, and love.
Gabrielle Meyer lives in central Minnesota on the banks of the Mississippi River with her husband and four young children. As an employee of the Minnesota Historical Society, she fell in love with the rich history of her state and enjoys writing fictional stories inspired by real people and events. Gabrielle can be found at www.gabriellemeyer.com where she writes about her passion for history, Minnesota, and her faith.
Amanda Barratt has won several awards for her work and enjoys writing about eras such as Regency and Victorian England, and the Gilded Age. A member of American Christian Fiction Writers, she lives in northern Michigan with her family, where she reads way too many old books, watches period dramas to come up with new plotlines, and dreams of taking a trip to England. Amanda loves hearing from her readers on Facebook and through her website amandabarratt.net.
Angie Dicken is a third generation Greek American, the granddaughter of strong men and women who endured hardship to grow American roots. My Heart Belongs In Castle Gate, Utah is set near the birthplace of her grandfather, a Greek coal miner's son, and published 100 years after his birth. Angie is a contributor to The Writer's Alley blog and an ACFW member since 2010. She lives with her husband and four children in the Midwest where she enjoys exploring eclectic new restaurants and chatting with friends over coffee. nbsp;
Kimberley Woodhouse is a multipublished author of fiction and nonfiction. A popular speaker/teacher, she's shared her theme of "Joy Through Trials" with over 150,000 people at more than a thousand venues across the country. She lives, writes, and homeschools with her husband of twenty-plus years and their two awesome teens in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Connect with Kim at www.kimberleywoodhouse.com.