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Next Tea Party Friday March 4th

Contributors

Contributors
Carrie Fancett Pagels - Founder of Colonial American Christian Writers. Award-winning author of Christian historical romance. Her colonial-era novel, "Saving the Marquise's Granddaughter", releases from Pelican Book Group/White Rose Imprint in June, 2016. She's the author of The Christy Lumber Camp Trilogy, set near the straits of Mackinac, where she grew up! Loves beading, baking, researching, and traveling--but not all at the same time!
www.OvercomingWithGod.com




Carla Olson Gade - Designer of Colonial Quills's website. She is the author of  eight books including two colonials: Pattern for Romance, set in pre-Revolutionary Boston and a mid-18th century Connecticut novella, "Carving a Future, in Colonial Courtships and The American Dream Romance Collection. "Proving Up" in the Homestead Brides Collection (1875) and "Season of Love" in Mistletoe Memories (1818) are bestsellers. Carla is represented by Chip MacGregor of MacGregor Literary Agency. 






Cynthia Howerter - Award-winning author Cynthia Howerter loves all things historical. An avid history buff, she frequently visits historic sites to better understand the events that transpired there. Her favorite time period is the colonial era and as the descendant of several Revolutionary War soldiers, history flows through her veins. Cynthia loves using her writing, teaching, research, speaking, and genealogical skills to introduce people to the beginnings of our country. Visit Cynthia's website: www.cynthiahowerter.com 


Elaine Marie Cooper - Award winning author Elaine Marie Cooper grew up in Massachusetts and loves writing novels about the history of the American Revolution. She has one YA historical fiction ("Fields of the Fatherless") but most of her work is for an older audience. "Road to Deer Run" re-releases with new edits and new cover on Dec. 10, 2015. In 2016, "Promise of Deer Run" and "Legacy of Deer Run" will release in June and December, respectively. A brand new release, "Saratoga Letters," releases Oct. 4, 2016.



Janet Grunst - Writer working on the second colonial novel of a trilogy set in Virginia. She is represented by Linda Glaz at Hartline Literary Agency. Janet is the co-chairman of the northern branch of the Tidewater Christian Fiction Writers Group.

www.janetgrunst.com







Roseanna White - Author of Jewel of Persia and Stray Drop of Blood, her novel Love Finds You in Annapolis, Maryland was released in May 2011. Roseanna owns Whitefire Publishing. She is represented by Karen Ball of the Steve Laube Agency.

www.roseannawhite.com
http://roseannamwhite.blogspot.com






Susan Ford Craft - Author of The Chamomile, a Revolutionary War romantic suspense released in Nov. 2011, which won the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance Okra Pick. Two sequels to The Chamomile entitled Laurel and Cassia, will be released in January 2015 and later in the year, respectively, by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. I am represented by Linda S. Glaz, Hartline Literary Agency.









Shannon McNear - Author of Defending Truth in A Pioneer Christmas Collection (Barbour, 2013 & 2015), a 2014 RITA award nominee, and The Highwayman in The Most Eligible Bachelor Collection (Barbour, 2015). In addition to writing for Colonial Quills, she does the Sunday devotioals at The Borrowed Book. She can also be found at www.shannonmcnear.com.









J.M. Hochstetler - Author of the American Patriot series: Daughter of Liberty, Native Son, Wind of the Spirit, and Crucible of War (2012). Her American Patriot series blog focuses on research, the Revolution, and writing the series. Represented by Joyce Hart Literary Agency.

www.jmhochstetler.com






Pegg Thomas is a life-long history geek, it’s no surprise that historical fiction is her genre. Colonial America and the Civil War era are favorite time periods to both read and write. Her favorite type of book centers on a great fiction story surrounded by factual historical events. Pegg was a finalist in the 2013 ACFW First Impressions Contest and the 2014 Clash of the Titles Olympia. Learn more at PeggThomas.com.






Denise Weimer authored The Georgia Gold Series, historical romance with a touch of mystery set between the Gold Rush and Reconstruction in Savannah and Northeast Georgia (deniseweimerbooks.webs.com). Book three won the John Esten Cooke Award for authentic Southern literature. Look for the debut of her Restoration Trilogy (WHITE, WIDOW, and WITCH), in the spring of 2016. Historical preservationist Jennifer Rushmore oversees the restoration of brooding bachelor Michael Johnson's historic doctor's house, apothecary shop and log cabin, unearthing a heart healing lesson from the past with each project. The history behind WITCH features Colonial Piedmont Georgia at the time of the Oconee Creek Indian Wars.



Gabrielle Meyer lives in central Minnesota on the banks of the Mississippi River with her husband and four children. As an employee of the Minnesota Historical Society, she fell in love with the rich history of her state and enjoys writing fictional stories inspired by real people and events. Gabrielle writes about her passion for history, Minnesota, and her faith.








Angela K Couch is an award-winning author for her short stories, and a semi-finalist in ACFW’s 2015 Genesis Contest for her Revolutionary War novel that will be published by Pelican Book Group. As a passionate believer in Christ, her faith permeates the stories she tells. Her martial arts training, experience with horses, and appreciation for good romance sneak in there, as well. Angela lives in Alberta, Canada with her “hero” and three munchkins.



Andrea Boeshaar is a Christian author of historical & contemporary romances and women's fiction. She's had 29 novels published as well as 8 novellas along with a host of nonfiction. One million copies of her books are in print! Andrea is also a writing coach. 

www.andreaboeshaar.com