Race riots, the Vietnam War, assassinations, and the military draft. The year is 1968, and life is rapidly changing for three young sisters living in the quarry town of Stoneham, Vermont.
Fifteen-year-old, Angie, formerly lively and full of fun, begins to distance herself from the older sisters with whom she’s always been close. When Angie begins to take mysterious trips their parents refuse to explain, twenty-year-old Connie vows to find out why. Connie’s search reveals a tragic and frightening series of events in Vermont history that changed the lives of her entire family years before and is about to do it again.
Taking back “Found Days” after publishing it as Mia Grace.
Updating my books to reflect (no pun intended) their relationships as Vermont-based women’s contemporary fiction.
New cover and my own name as author. Yay!
I originally published Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground in 2011, and I’ve learned a lot since then.
In both length and content, the first edition was too long and too complex. Listening to reviewers and readers, I’ve pared it down and simplified the plot by eliminating much of the backstory.
With a new cover meant to depict the country music singer who is Stephanie’s love interest, I hope to draw new readers into this story of love, tragedy, and misunderstanding.