In a period not often explored in prose, "Shaw Point" draws the reader in as easily as a train ushers its passengers to their destination. The world of Virginia in the post "Great War" era is one of transition. "Shaw Point" delightfully tells of transitions of geography, society, and character all with ease, insight, humor, and drama."
In 1918, while the war is ongoing, Martha receives news of her husband’s sacrifice for it. He is gone forever and so is the life she has known.
Only Josephine, her best friend from childhood, is willing to stand by her when Martha makes the daring decision to leave town. And start over.
Karen Lopez resides in Louisiana. She loves to travel but the Bayou State has always been “home”.
Reading and writing are both lifelong passions. She has written many articles, blogs and some published short stories for local periodicals, however, this is her first book. She does not intend for it to be the last.
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Once a sailor, she becomes a self-appointed light house keeper watching for signs of any boat in distress along the island’s rocky shore. An old medallion rests in a drawer forgotten. Now, she wonders, has the magic returned to it?
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An ATA Anthology
A jolt of joy you cannot wait to unwrap for the holidays. Let your heart be merry and bright as you dive into this multi-genre collection of short stories centered on the themes of love and joy during the holidays.
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