Marsha Ward

Historical Novels with Heart & Grit

Tag: Shenandoah Neighbors

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?

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Another beautiful day in the boondocks

Clouds in the sky. Temp just above 80 degrees outside. Computer on and program open. Just right for writing!

Have you read Bloodied Leather yet? Get it while it’s still only ninety-nine cents. Kindle | Smashwords





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Fresh Book Friday – Bloodied Leather: A Shenandoah Neighbors Story

And now, something new, Shenandoah Neighbors!

Bloodied LeatherTitle: Bloodied Leather: A Shenandoah Neighbors Story
Author: Marsha Ward
Genre: Historical, Coming of Age
Publisher: WestWard Books
Release Date: August 18, 2017
Price: $0.99 for a limited time

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Isabelle Gilbert chafes against the restrictions that Victorian life puts on a young lady.

Forced to accept a betrothal to Percival Egmont, an English ex-patriot like her father, she is disturbed by his passion for prize-fighting—and other pursuits. And what if Mama spots the bruise on her cheek?

Then shared secrets perplex Isabelle even more.

A “Shenandoah Neighbors” story that extends the Owen Family universe, Bloodied Leather opens a new era for this popular family saga.

Author Bio:
Author Marsha Ward writes authentic historical fiction set in 19th Century America, and contemporary romance. She was born in the sleepy little town of Phoenix, Arizona, in a simpler time. With plenty of room to roam among the chickens and citrus trees, Marsha enjoyed playing with neighborhood chums, but always had her imaginary friend, cowboy Johnny Rigger Prescott, at her side. Now she makes her home in a forest in the mountains of Arizona. She loves to hear from her readers.


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