Voices From the Land
Historical Fiction, paperback,
Voices from the Land is a historical novel that tells the story of a small group of people and their incomparable ability to form a new town in the Southwest after President Lincoln freed the slaves in 1860. The story exposes the vicious hate of a lawless land juxtaposed against the generous compassion of the American people to attend to one another’s wounds. Despite the violence and mayhem in this vulnerable town, the indefatigable spirit of its inhabitants assures their survival.
Author BioJan Marquart is a licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in family counseling. She has a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the University of California/Santa Cruz and a master’s degree in Social Work from San Jose State University. A member of the New Mexico Book Association, National Writers Union, and the National Association of Social Workers, Jan has authored eight books, two booklets, and numerous articles for newspapers and journals. Visit with the author at www.awareliving.net.
Thanks to Stephanie Barko, publicist extraordinaire, I have a copy for one lucky reader! You get your choice of PDF format or a book you hold in your hands. One way or another, you will have it for the beach this summer. Fill out the form below.
Physical copies are limited to United States due to the extravagant costs of gasoline (petro for you British folk) and the cost of shipping.
Ends July 13th.