Marsha Ward

Historical Novels with Heart & Grit

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Come see me on Saturday

I want to remind you that this Saturday from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m., I’ll be selling my signed books at the Mesa Book Festival. My booth will be in the block of South Macdonald Street directly off Main Street.

I’ll have all the following available at special, low festival prices!

  • Gone for a Soldier
  • The Man from Shenandoah
  • Spinster’s Folly (original cover)
  • Ride to Raton
  • Trail of Storms
  • The Zion Trail
  • Western Stories (very limited supply)
  • From Julia’s Kitchen: Owen Family Cookery (limited supply)
  • The Checklist: Indie Publishing My Way (nonfiction publishing guide)

I will see you on Saturday in beautiful downtown Mesa!

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Now Launching: Mended by Moonlight

You’ve waited three long years to find out what happened to a major character from the Owen Family Saga novel Gone for a Soldier, Ella Ruth. In truth, she wasn’t yet ready to talk about her post-war life. However, now she has opened up to author Marsha Ward, and here is her story.

A grief-stricken Confederate widow. A Union surgeon plagued by guilt. What possible set of circumstances would bring them to a meeting of the minds? Can there be a happily-ever-after for Ella Ruth and Alex during Reconstruction?

Purchase Mended by Moonlight: A Shenandoah Neighbors Novella
E-Book:
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Mesa Book Festival

The first Mesa Book Festival is coming up fast. This family-friendly event is free to attend.

I have a booth that I’m sharing with fellow Payson author, Connie Cockrell. Come find us on Saturday, December 9, from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. on South Macdonald Street.

All of my print novels and nonfiction books will be for sale at Festival prices. Come buy autographed books for your collection or for gifts.

Books Make Great Holiday Gifts!

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