We may not have it all together, but together we have it all.
Slowly but surely, we’re moving through Fancy’s life. Fancy was published last August. In October, volume 2 of the series, Fancy: The Search went on sale. Volume 3, Fancy: Louisville, came out in December, and now volume 4, Fancy Follows the Rails, is up and running for Kindle and Nook and in paperback.
This book starts at the end of the Civil War and goes into the year 1869, just before the Union Pacific and Central Pacific met at Promontory Point, Utah, to complete the first transcontinental railroad. If you’re keeping up with the series, it’s time to get this one. If you haven’t read any of this series, you should give serious consideration to ordering book 1, Fancy, and then following the series from there.
For those who are not aware, this series features a strong woman making her way in a decidedly men’s world during and after the Civil War. It should be a good read for anyone interested in stories about strong women. The Civil War era setting should make it interesting to history buffs, too. The e-versions only cost $2.99, and the paperbacks under $8.00. Not much of a price to open the doorway for an enjoyable eight-volume series. All eight will be out before the year is over.
To order, pull down the tab underneath “Books” on my website and click on “Fancy.” This page will give you all the links to order any and all of these books you want.
Let me remind you also of the Mark of a Man Blogfest next Friday, March 15. I hope you’ll join in this event by submitting your own post. Send me the link by noon CST Thursday, March 14.
I will draw a name from among those who enter and give away your choice of e-versions of both 1) Heaven Sent and Fancy or 2) e-versions of all four volumes of the Fancy series that are now available.
I will have a separate drawing among those who comment on my site that day and award the winner an e-version of Fancy (volume 1).
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