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Historical pioneer tale depicts joys, challenges of family life
COLUMBIA, Missouri (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
“My book is a human story, a search for my roots”. So says author Carol Walls Howell about her debut novel, Sunset in Kentucky.
Howell’s book, which follows the journey of a pioneer couple in rural 1830s Kentucky, is a story of family, survival and the challenges we all experience in our lives. Though the setting is bygone, the trials and the joys of real life – love, families, striving for a better life, adventure, hardships and good times – remain today.
"I wrote Sunset in Kentucky as a story relevant in any time period," says Howell, who was inspired to write by years of genealogy research into her own family history. "Lifestyles may change, but some things never do, like the things people do for family, and the lessons learned as those families grow."
Sunset in Kentucky is the perfect book for anyone who enjoys history and adventure, and is especially relevant to families and couples who face many of the challenges Howell depicts.
For more information, visit http://www.carol-walls-howell.com.
Sunset in Kentucky
By Carol Howell
ISBN: 978-1-4582-0322-9 Softcover, retail price: $14.99 Hardcover, retail price: $33.95 E-book price: $3.99
About the author
Carol Walls Howell was a music teacher and librarian for 22 years. Now retired, she lives with her husband, Carl, on a small farm in Macon, Missouri, where she enjoys researching her genealogy, gardening, sewing and traveling with her husband.
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