Guest Blog Today on Fresh Fiction!

family stories, family secrets, story telling, writers I am so pleased when FreshFiction.com invites me to blog on their site.  Here is the latest and I hope you will enjoy it.

Excerpt:  ‘It was only while I was researching for my novel, Wild Violets that I learned that my mother “farmed out” my sister and brother to strangers. The term usually referred to children who were sent to a relative back in the day. In my siblings’ case it was a true indenture. My brother and sister had to work for their keep, ages six and 11….’

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