Janice Cole Hopkins
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Janice Cole Hopkins

I've been listening to stories for as long as I can remember, reading books since I was five, writing stories since third grade, and writing poetry since eighth grade. When I taught school, I published articles in magazines, because they didn't require so much of my time. I've always dreamed of writing a historical novel, however, and when I became my mother's caregiver, I was finally tied down enough to do so. All my books have a definite ending, but if you plan to read all the books in one of the series, you should read them in order to prevent spoilers and to better know the characters, but you don't have to continue in the series to get to an ending. My popular Appalachian Roots series contains four books. The Farmers is a trilogy with three. There is a slight connection between When Winter Is Past and With Summer's Songs, but the first is set in colonial Pennsylvania, and the second one is a contemporary. Mountain Mishap, It All Started at the Masquerade, and Deceitful Matters are complete standalones. Readers tell me my books are page-turners, so please give them a try. All my profits go to a scholarship fund for missionary children.

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