Have you thought about writing a book and seeing your name on the cover? Now's the time to stop thinking and start doing and you can do that with this practical guide for new writers. Follow along with fictional Rhonda Gray as she enters the writing community and begins to learn what it takes to turn her idea into a book. You'll learn what she learns about points of view, query letters, publishing, marketing, and more. At the end of each chapter there's a summary of what you have learned.
Losing his father at a young age is almost more than Mark Fortier can handle, especially when he feels responsible for his father's death. Mark's life takes many twists and turns on his road to adulthood as he struggles to understand who he is and what it means to be a man. Leaving Mark takes you back to the 1950s and 1960s, a tumultuous time in this country's history and in Mark's world, as well.
Willard Manor is the story of a fictional house built in 1840 and the Willard family, who called it home for 170 years. A young couple, Shelley and Tony Maguire, buy the vacant, rundown house and begin to renovate it. During the renovation process, the little treasures they find within its walls help them piece together the history of the house and its former occupants, from the Civil War to Woodstock and beyond.