A Dream Come True — Rose Allen Mccauley

Today I’m happy to welcome author Rose Allen McCauley as she shares some of the history behind her latest story.

Kim Vogel Sawyer and I met at the first ACFW which was then ACRW many moons ago and bonded. For years we talked about writing a book together, then finally on a K-Love Cruise in 2016 which we and our husbands went on together, the germ of two stories were born. I will have to write about them next month as they are both non-historicals, but two of the ladies who write for Kim’s press ( Wings of Hope ) write historicals so those are the ones I will highlight this month. Hope you will check out these stories, and if you purchase this book at the links below you can have 3 other stories waiting for your next month that are contemporaries!


Sufficient Grace by Constance Shilling Stevens — An abandoned Cherokee burial ground keeps secrets and draws a picture of deep, enduring love for Nora, but land surveyor Donovan threatens the place that holds sweet memories for Nora’s grandfather. Will Donovan follow his boss’s orders or follow his heart?

A Shelter in a Weary Land by Julane Hiebert — A cave in the Missouri hillside was to be a shelter from pillaging Union soldiers for Charlotte and her unborn babe. But will she be safe when a wounded enemy seeks the same place of refuge?


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About Rose:

Rose Allen McCauley has been writing since she retired from teaching school and joined American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW). She is thrilled for this to be her third collection with Barbour and her seventh published work. She and her spouse just celebrated their golden anniversary with their three children and their spouses and now six grandchildren! She loves to hear from her readers.


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About historythrutheages

I write stories of His Story Through The Ages that offer tales of hope and redemption.

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