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books by Carolyn P. Schriber
Books by Carolyn P. Schriber
Henrietta's Journal - A Life of Compromise
Henrietta Ainesworth grew up in the shadows of the dreamy spires of Oxford, her world filled with black-robed scholars, ageless buildings, and her father's steadfast conviction that the world was as stable and unchanging as the manuscripts over which he presided at the Bodleian Library. Like her father, Henrietta harbored no unchoate longings, no burning ambitions, no restless desire to see the [...]
Damned Yankee - The Story of a Marriage (The Civil War in South Carolina's Low Country Book 5)
These are the people you don't read about in history books. A Harvard-educated New Englander. He was welcomed as a teacher by a school for apprentices in Charleston, South Carolina. But when his history lessons about the founding of America clashed with the pro-secession rhetoric of local slave-owners, he was out of a job. Can he find a way to reconcile his abolitionist sentiments with the [...]
The Road to Frogmore - Turning Slaves into Citizens
What could possibly go wrong? Laura Town and her life-long friend Ellen Murray joined the Port Royal Experiment in 1862 to test their abolitionist ideals against the realities of slaves abandoned by their owners in the Low Country of South Carolina. They hoped to find a place they could call home, as well as an outlet for their talents as schoolteacher and doctor.. It seemed like a good idea at [...]
Yankee Daughters (The Grenville Trilogy Book 3)
Jamey Grenville was in the habit of rescuing women. He stepped up to save a Pennsylvania farm when his future wife's parents were killed in a tragic accident. He found a new home for his unmarried sister when a horrendous earthquake drove her from the family residence in Charleston, South Carolina. And he thought he had provided the perfect safety net for his eight daughters by bringing together [...]
The Second Mouse Gets the Cheese - How to Avoid the Traps of Self-Publishing
The early bird may get the worm, but a little mouse new to publishing is well-advised not to leap in without some careful planning. This anecdotal guide will help you follow the cracker crumb trails through the thickets of the book world without getting caught in a trap.
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