Hannah and Max's peaceful life is shattered when Max's estranged son Zachary returns from India with his pregnant wife, Sarina. Soon there will be a baby in the family. But can the rift between father and son be repaired? Hannah worries that Zachary's return may cause more heartache than joy. Interwoven with the continued stories of Grace and Amelia and others who have joined their circle, this beautiful and touching tale is a moving addition to the Covington series.
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Reflections in a River, a book of photos by Joan Medlicott with original haiku by Nancy Dillingham, was recently released by Grateful Steps, a not-for-profit publishing house here in Asheville. ORDER NOW
Joan took these beautiful photos over a period of 14 years, at different seasons and times, by a river near Burnsville, NC. She asked poet Nancy Dillingham to write haiku that was inspired by the images. Nancy Dillingham lives in Asheville, and is a sixth-generation Dillingham from Big Ivy (Barnardsville). Her poems, short stories and commentary have appeared in a variety of literary journals and newspapers. She is the author of six books of short stories and poems, and is the co-editor, with Celia Miles, of three anthologies of work by Western North Carolina women writers
I rarely speak or do book signings any more. I happily divide my time between gardening and writing a new ladies novel in which the ladies of Covington visit Egypt.
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