November Tea Party Winners: Carrie Fancett Pagels' copy of The Great Lakes Lighthouse Brides Collection - Debbie Curto, Christmas tea - Andrea Stephens, Golden Tea body wash Joy Ellis, lighthouse earrings -- Pegg's SIL from Lake Ann and Perrianne Askew, Pegg Thomas's Leather journal - Shelia Hall, and Writing Prompts book goes to - Connie Porter Saunders
Monday, September 19, 2011
The Spinning Room with Lynn Squire
Welcome all to the Spinning Room!
Today we have a special visitor, one of our Colonial Quills contributors, Lynn Squire. You may recall some of Lynn's creative posts about horses in colonial times, done in character. Her ingenuity doesn't stop there. Lynn has a featured early colonial era novel in serial format that she shares on her blog entitled Dawn Over Narraganset Bay, book two in her Colonial Baptist Series. The first book is set in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and this book takes place in Rhode Island during the 17th century.
Joab's Fire, set in 1903. Lynn is a master storyteller who weaves her love of Jesus Christ and the truth of His scripture throughout her writing. Joab's Fire is based on the book of Job and includes an accompanying Bible Study.
Please join in the conversation as we get to know Lynn a little better. Feel free to ask questions in this informal discussion/interview.