Thursday, November 22, 2012

Colonial Quills Holiday Anthology including a chapter by me!

I am thrilled to be taking a part in Colonial Quills' Holiday Anthology. We are offering a holiday gift to our readers over at Through mid-January we have NINE authors contributing to a serial anthology of Christian historical fiction! FREE! Three of the chapters have already gone live--Carrie Fancett Pagels's, Susan F. Craft's and Carla Olson Gade's contributions. Here is the schedule: Part 1 - Inside Fort Providence by Carrie Fancett Pagels (Nov. 5) Part 2 - A Providential Proposal by Susan Craft (Nov. 12) Part 3 - Landlocked by Carla Olson Gade (Nov. 19) Part 4 - Preserve my Life From Fear by Elaine Marie Cooper (Nov. 26) Part 5 - A Gift from Buckskin Samson by (yours truly) Kathleen Maher (Dec. 3) Part 6 - Narrow Passage by Pat Iacuzzi (Dec. 10) Part 7 - Through the Storm by Lynn Squire (Dec. 17) Part 8 - Christmastide by Carrie Fancett Pagels (Dec. 24) Part 9 - Amish Snow by Kelly Long (Dec. 31) Part 10 - Epiphany by Dina Sleiman (January 7)
There is a giveaway associated with EACH serial post. Leave a comment on each one to be entered for a book by Laura Frantz, Susan Craft, and/or Carla Olson Gade. Tomorrow, on Black Friday, we are having a Tea Party on Colonial Quills to celebrate publications by Kelly Long, Dina Sleiman,
and Gina Welborn. We will be announcing the giveaways from the first three serials and also giving away THREE books: copies of a book by Kelly Long, Dina's ebook, and a novella by Gina. We will also have a colonial gift basket for one winner who comes "in character" which always makes things so fun!!! Come on by!


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  2. And I have read the first 3 and they are excellent. But I'm dying to read YOURS!!

  3. Kathy, Can hardly wait to have your's up! Thanks so much for joining up with us Colonial Quillers--you are a wonderful addition and I am so glad you jumped right in to doing the anthology and even being a Tea Party hostess!!! WOOT!!! You rock, Kathy!!!

    1. Thank you for being so gracious to invite me, Carrie. I look forward to interacting and learning all I can from you wonderful historians and writers.