The Best Hill Towns - October 2020
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Amy Feiereisel is a author producer, and writer. Loss, her work deals with both yearning, and misunderstanding one’s desires. Through her job, Amy explores tragedy and the glory of silent moments: how we create things that are monumental small and compact matters monumental.
That's the fancy writer's bio. Here is a simpler one - I was born in Austin, Texas, went to school in upstate New York, also was lucky enough to research in France and Italy throughout my undergraduate years old - which is how I officially caught the traveling bug (along with the goat milk and cheese insect!) . I am also Taiwanese, also now being in Taiwan makes me indescribably happy.
I graduated from St. Lawrence University with a BA in English at 2015, and engaged in the 2016 summer season of Sicilian residency Officina Stamperia del Notaio as a Resident Studio Technician, which is what inspired my first publication - The Town on the Hill, which is a set of short stories set in Sicily, and motivated and broadly based from those adventures I had there.
I'm currently working on a few different creative non-fiction jobs - which is when I am not working as a brand and project coordinator for North Country Public Radio in New York.
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Sweet and tender, Heatherly Bell writes. ~ Marina Adair, #1 national bestselling author of Summer at Napa
Heatherly Bell's sweet, hot romances would be an ideal escape. ~ Jamie Farrell, bestselling author of the Officers Ex-Wives Club
The Starlight Hill series is coming shortly to Audible!
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Heatherly composes comedy, heart and heat with sexy Alpha every day heroes and the powerful heroines who challenge them.
She drinks large amounts of coffee, wants cupcakes, and occasionally wears real trousers.
When first beginning stage fright crushed dreams of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame standing, Heatherly finished her first publication in 2012 and sold in 2013. Now voices and the people that occupy her head refuse to depart. She no longer sings unless you count randomly bursting into song to annoy her kids (and the dogs).
She resides in a little vineyard city in northern California with her loved ones, such as two beagles, one who can say 'hi' and another who can truly feel a pea through many cushions.
Heatherly loves hearing from viewers. Find Heatherly on her site www.HeatherlyBell.com. Email her at email@example.com.
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Jocelyn A Dorgan
Jocelyn A Dorgan was born and raised in central New Jersey. She made her double BA in English Literature and Communication from Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, VA.. After working in several mass media outlets, such as television, radio, and newspaper, she spent several years as a blood recruiter with the American Red Cross. Where she discovered her inability while raising children, she entered the family company, dabbling in finance. Firmly implanted in her native New Jersey soil, her time is now directed by Jocelyn toward her two true loves - adopting dogs and composing fiction. Oh, along with her husband and kids are also.
I would really like to connect with you!
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Anne Rivers Siddons
Anne Rivers Siddons (born January 9, 1936) is an American novelist who writes stories placed at the southern United States.
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Margo Lee Williams
Margo Lee Williams has researched and written about her Lassiter household, leading to two novels. Her first publication, "Miles Lassiter (circa 1777-1850), an Early African American Quaker out of Lassiter Mill, Randolph County, North Carolina: My Research Journey to Home" (Backintyme, 2011), won the the 2012 Award for a Family History by the North Carolina Genealogical Society. Her next book, published in 2016, "From Hill Town to Strieby, Education and the American Missionary Association in the Uwharrie "Back Country" of Randolph County, North Carolina" (Backintyme), was a finalist at the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, also won the 2016 Marsha M Greenlee History Award from the Afro American Historical and Genealogical Society, along with a 2016 Historical Book Award by the North Carolina Society of Historians.
Williams, a native New Yorker, currently resides outside Washington, DC. She has an MA from Hunter College in Sociology her BA from Marquette University and an MA in Religious Education from The Catholic University of America. Williams, who is particularly interested in neighborhood histories of people of color in the southeast, especially individuals in North Carolina and Virginia, is a frequent lecturer for its Family History Centers in the Washington, DC region, and a former editor of the Journal of the Afro-American Historical and researcher.
Hi, I'm Tessa Layne and I compose smokin' hot cowboy romances. I enjoy writing about clever ladies, and the tough guys who fall head over heels for them. Along the way you'll have to satisfy the Sinclaire family who've been ranching for 150 years and that helped build Kansas, Prairie. You will meet the Hansen Family, who raise Palominos, and who have been in the Flint Hills. You meet with the Graces- Matriarch Dottie who runs her four wild daughters along with the local diner.
Please join my email list at tessalayne.com for exclusive updates, previews, along with other offers. You can find me hanging out at my FB reader collection The Prairie Posse or using a whole lot of other modern western authors and readers at Cowboy Crazy- Fans of Contemporary Western Romance Group.
A bit about me- that I grew up in Colorado from the mountains in the edge of the Great Plains. There, I fulfilled my own smokin' Cowboy and we had a whirlwind love. I believe in clean country air, enjoy fireflies, horses, and Happily Ever Afters. My favourite thing would be to sit with a glass of Rose, listening to my Cowboy laps his guitar!
Thank you for stopping by! Feel free to drop me a a point- I really like to hear from my viewers!
Some FAQs about my novels:
Q: What makes the Cowboys of the Flint Hills show special?
Cowboys of the Flint Hills is a modern western romance set that adopts small city life in the core of the wild west. It’s rooted in history and place, and also also the weather is as wily and unpredictable since a few of the characters. In this romance series that is western that is modern, I highlight everything I enjoy about living in a little town in the west: family, community, kindness, & esteem. The setting provides an exciting background to contemporary romances about cowboys with tender hearts and also the powerful, sassy women that love them.
Noah Bly is a pen name for me: Bart Yates. I was born in 1962. Back in 1969 my family proceeded into Lamoni, Iowa, where my dad was the Dean of Students at Graceland College and also my mom taught business courses, too. I graduated from Lamoni High School in 1981, '' Drake University in 1985 (using a Bachelor of Music degree in Clarinet Performance), and Boston University in 1988 (with an Master of Music degree in Woodwind Performance).
Following a brief, bizarrely inappropriate stint as bursar at The Boston Conservatory, I started teaching private music lessons from Massachusetts from 1989, and then moved to Iowa City, Iowa, in 1999. A novel-writing course taught by Gordon Mennenga in the University of Iowa Summer Writing Festival was the catalyst for my very first novel (Leave Myself Behind), published in 2003 from Kensington Books. My fourth and most recent novel, The Third Hill North Of Town, was that the very first I've composed as "Noah Bly."
I still teach clarinet, saxophone, and bass guitar lessons at Iowa City and Cedar Rapids, and also have taught writing workshops at the University of Iowa's Summer Writing Festival. When I'm not writing or teaching, I could be found with a glass of wine -- or a cup of coffee and a book in 1 hand -- at the other hand.