"We pick bygone time up by the handfuls and, like clay, see if it feels right and then form it into stories about the past." ~ James Alexander Thom, The Art and Craft of Writing Historical Fiction

Monday, November 19, 2012

Colonial Quills has a Christmas Present for You!


 
We're offering a holiday gift to our readers over at Colonial Quills. Through mid-January we have NINE authors contributing to a serial anthology of Christian historical fiction. Three of the chapters have already gone live--Carrie Fancett Pagels's, Susan F. Craft's and Carla Olson Gade's contributions.

Here is the schedule: Click here  Follow the links in the schedule to read each part of the three serials posted.

A Forted Frontier Holiday:  A Colonial American Fiction Anthology
While harvesting, the German settlement near New Market, Virginia receives warning of an impending attack by French and Indians war parties. They flee to a quickly cobbled refuge, Fort Providence—for they will surely need to rely on God’s Provision. The forted colonials long to celebrate the holidays and await the arrival of visitors.
Each CQ contributor to this serial will bring their characters into the fort from throughout colonial America. Join us for A Forted Frontier Holiday each Monday on CQ for the next two months!


There is a giveaway associated with EACH serial post.  Leave a comment on each one to be entered for a book by Laura FrantzSusan Craft, and/or Carla Olson Gade.  







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