New Release ~ "Whitcomb Springs"
WELCOME TO Whitcomb Springs! A new collection of short stories, and the occasional novella, written by multiple authors. The series is filled with stories of adventure, danger, romance, and hope, and is set in the fictional town of Whitcomb Springs, Montana Territory. The stories span the years of 1865-1885. Although each story may be set during a different time, they are stand-alone and may be read in any order. This is a on-going project, so new stories may be published at any time by one of the participating authors.
The introductory story, "Whitcomb Springs" is set just at the end of the American Civil War. It tells the story of the founders, Daniel & Evelyn Whitcomb, and sets the history for the town and its people. I hope you enjoy getting to know the townsfolk; there will be more to come at random times by different authors.
In the spring of 1865, a letter arrives in Whitcomb Springs for Evelyn Whitcomb. The Civil War has ended and the whereabouts of her husband is unknown, but she doesn’t give up hope. With courage, the help of a friend, and the love of a people, Evelyn finds a way to face—and endure—the unexpected.
Stay tuned! A new post will go out whenever an author publishes a story in this series.
MEET THE AUTHORS
I'll skip introducing myself. If you want to know more about me and my books, all you have to do is browse this website. :)
SAMANTHA ST. CLAIRE
Samantha St. Claire was born in 2016, the alter-ego and pen name of an author of historical fiction born a few decades earlier. She may have found her niche in western historical fiction, served up sweet. Never faint of heart, her signature protagonists face the hazards of the frontier with courage, wit, and a healthy pinch of humor. The road from college graduation led due west where teaching in a small Arizona town fulfilled childhood fantasies on multiple levels. Hiking and backpacking the canyons and desert fed her imagination with the landscapes she would use later in life as an author. Moving to California opened new vistas, but Idaho sparked her interest in the history of the magnificent central mountain ranges. Follow www.samanthastclaire.net to read more about the research that has helped develop the characters, towns and stories of the Sawtooth Range Series.
BOOKS BY SAMANTHA ST. CLAIRE
Kat's Law, a Historical Western Romance and book one in the Sawtooth Range series.
High Valley Promise, a Historical Western Romance and book two in the Sawtooth Range series.
Comes the Winter, a Historical Western Romance and book three in the Sawtooth Range series.
Christi Corbett was born and raised in the town of Marysville, Washington, a small suburb about thirty miles north of Seattle. After graduating from Western Washington University with a degree in Communications, she took a job with a CBS affiliate in the Creative Services Department. Over the years her lifelong love of writing was put to good use; in addition to writing over three hundred television commercials, she earned the position as head writer for a weekly television show.
Christi left her television career when she and her husband found out they were expecting twins, but she couldn’t leave writing altogether. She's now an award-winning author of Along the Way Home, a Historical Western Romance about a headstrong woman and her rugged trail guide crossing the 1843 Oregon Trail, and the sequel, Tainted Dreams, a Historical Western Romance that details the struggles settlers faced while trying to stake claims in Oregon Territory. She's also written a novella, A Mountain Man’s Redemption, a Historical Western about an aging fur trapper who makes an unexpected discovery on a snow-covered mountain in Montana.
BOOKS BY CHRISTI CORBETT
Along the Way Home, a Historical Western Romance about a headstrong woman and her rugged trail guide crossing the 1843 Oregon Trail.
Tainted Dreams, a Historical Western Romance that details the struggles settlers faced while trying to stake claims in Oregon Territory. (The sequel to Along the Way Home)
A Mountain Man’s Redemption, a Historical Western about an aging fur trapper who makes an unexpected discovery on a snow-covered mountain in Montana.
Lynn Winchester is the pseudonym of a hardworking California-born conservative, now living in the wilds of Northeast Pennsylvania. Lynn has been writing fiction since the 5th grade, and enjoys creating worlds, characters, and stories for her readers. When Lynn isn't writing she is running a successful editing business, reading whatever she can get her hands on, raising her four children, making sure her husband is happy, and binge watching shows on Netflix.
BOOKS BY LYNN WINCHESTER
Dry Bayou Brides, a 7 book series
Dry Bayou Legacy series, two of which are part of the Montana Sky Kindles World
The Blessed Bride, the first book in the Brides of Blessings multi-author series