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Cheryl Broussard made two vows: She'd never fall for an abusive man, and she'd never return to her Louisiana hometown. But she's learned all too well the lesson of never-say-never. Now, back in Bijou Bayou after fleeing from an abusive boyfriend, Cheryl finds…
Return to Exile is the second book in the Carthage Chronicle series. This book takes up six years after Dr. Lisbeth Hastings has returned to the twenty-first century. When this single mother accidentally stumbles upon the fate of her third-century husband…
This week's interview
Carol HeilmanCarol Heilman, a coal miner's daughter, married her high school sweetheart, a farmer's son. She began writing family stories, especially about her dad's Appalachian humor, for newspapers and magazines. One day her mother said, "We don't have any secrets anymore!"
Carol's book, Agnes Hopper Shakes Up Sweetbriar, was inspired by her mother's spunky spirit and her dad's humor. She lives in the mountains of North Carolina with her husband of fifty-plus years. They love to play cards, go antiquing, hike, and visit grandsons on the east and west coasts.
"Our stories are the very fiber of our being. I think in the writing, or in the telling, of them we can gain a fresh perspective and an understanding of who we are."