The Last April is now live! The book launch party was a lot of fun and we sold a number of books. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Columbus (Ohio) Literacy Council.

For those of you who couldn't attend, the eBook is free now until Wednesday April 20th. The first week of a book's life is so critical!

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Back Cover Blurb

Spontaneous, fifteen-year-old Gretchen vows to help heal the nation from the recently ended Civil War. On the morning of President Lincoln’s death, Gretchen finds an amnesiac Confederate in her garden and believes this is her chance for civic goodwill.

But reconciliation is not as simple as Gretchen assumed. When her mother returns from the market with news that a Confederate murdered the president, Gretchen wonders if she caught the killer. Tensions between her aunt and mother rise as Gretchen nurses her Confederate prisoner, revealing secrets from their past that make Gretchen question everything she knows about loyalty, honor, and trust.

THE LAST APRIL is an entertaining, thoughtful novella of Ohio after the Civil War, meant to encourage readers to reflect on themes of fear and hope in uncertain political times.