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THREADS: A Depression Era Tale by Charlotte Whitney

Dear Reader,

Ready for a heart-warming tale of three sisters coming of age on a Midwestern farm during the throes of the Great Depression?  One that will end on a note of hope?

Opening with young Nellie digging for pirate treasure in the woods, and instead, discovering a dead baby, Threads: A Depression Era Tale promises to captivate your imagination with mystery, romance and the sheer struggle to survive. “Fast-paced and incredibly well-written, this is a story that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat and wanting more” (Readers’ Favorites).  

Email cwhitney@umich.edu with the subject line “Threads Giveaway” to win one of five copies.

Charlotte Whitney


Beyond the Ghetto Gates by Michelle Cameron (She Writes Press)

Dear Reader, 

Did you know that Napoleon had a Jewish nickname? He earned it during his 1796-7 campaign through Italy, when he liberated the Jews from their centuries-old incarceration in the ghettos. Based on this little-known slice of Italian Jewish history, Beyond the Ghetto Gates tells the story of two women – Jewish Mirelle, torn between love for a dashing French soldier and duty to her faith and family – and Francesca, tied by her Catholic belief to an abusive, murderous husband. 

Please write to mcameron19@gmail.com for a chance to win one of five copies.

P.S. Napoleon’s Jewish nickname? It plays on his last name: Helek Tov, a Good Part (Bonaparte).

Michelle Cameron