Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Recent Books by Laura Frantz

 I read A Moonbow Night during our after Christmas
travels to Hilton Head.
Laura Frantz is a Christy Award finalist and bestselling author of several books.
She lives and writes in a log cabin in in our area of Kentucky.
Just so you know, A Moonbow Night is not a book about tea.
It is a novel about settlers in rugged Kentucky during the 1770's,
the Daniel Boone and Fort Boonesborough years, and is
a fascinating story set near Cumberland Falls (see photo at bottom)
    
By the way, Fort Boonesborough is right here on the Kentucky River,  
in Madison County, KY.
 
Laura's new novel, The Lacemaker, was released on January 2.
This book is next on my list to read.  The story takes place in the colony
of Virginia during the American Revolution.
Laura, in the center of the photo below, is the newest member
of the Berea-Laurel Ridges DAR Chapter.
On the left is our chapter registrar and genealogist, Wanda. 
 I am  on the right and I'm the chapter regent.  
Peyton below at Cumberland Falls in July, 2016.
 


2 comments:

Marilyn Miller said...

I do love a good historic novel. The Lacemaker sounds intriguing.

Joy said...

It's always fun to read books by a local author, especially one you know.

 

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