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Lisa Belcastro

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Lisa Belcastro lives with her family on Martha’s Vineyard. She was inspired to write Shenandoah Nights while chaperoning her first of two Tisbury School summer trips with her daughter, Kayla. The weeklong adventure, sans electricity, Game Boys, iPods and modern conveniences, kindled her imagination to dream of an altogether different voyage.
Shenandoah Nights is the first book in the Winds of Change trilogy. The second and third books, Shenandoah Crossings and Shenandoah Dreams, will carry the reader through the turbulent waters of life and love, traveling across time to find home.
Lisa worked as a staff and freelance reporter and photographer for The Chronicle of the Horse and as assistant editor at The Blue Ridge Leader. She has written articles for USA Today, Dressage (London), USA WEEKEND Magazine, The Blue Ridge Leader and Sidelines. Lisa co-authored and edited two books, American Horses in Sport 1987 and American Horses in Sport 1988.
When she’s not at her desk, Lisa is living in paradise, volunteering at her daughters’ schools, serving in her church community, planting and weeding her numerous gardens, trying to run a marathon a month or walking the beach with her husband looking for sea glass.

Books by Author

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Shenandoah Dreams

What if she met the man of her dreams...in another century? Tisbury, Massachusetts, Martha s Vineyard. "It's just a dream," Melissa Smith whispers as she stares into the intense eyes of a man dressed in Colonial clothes, as though he were stepping out of an American Revolution movie set. A…

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Shenandoah Crossings

Tess Roberts may live on Martha’s Vineyard, vacation spot for movie stars and presidents, but the Island feels anything but idyllic. Tess has had it with lousy dates, lying, cheating men, and the rules that forbid her from working on her family’s centuries-old schooner, Shenandoah. Lucky for Tess,…

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Shenandoah Nights

Could this all be a bad dream? How was she to know? Rebecca had far more questions than answers. Tisbury, Massachusetts, Martha's Vineyard The last thing sixth-grade teacher Rebecca O'Neill wants to do during the final week of her summer break is chaperone twenty-five kids on a six-night, seven-day…


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