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I like to think of my seasonal newsletter as something¬†more like a¬†letter, from me to you, and less like a newsletter. If you’d like to receive it directly in your inbox, please sign up below. As a new subscriber, you’ll get access to my All Time Favorites book list and a deleted scene from I Shall Be Near To You, and a few other goodies available through my “Subscribers Only” secret page.

In my newsletter, I share how I’m finding inspiration and overcoming challenges, where I’m discovering happiness and joy, how I’m coping with sadness and setbacks– whether it’s in an article I recently read, an experience I’ve had, a provoking question a reader has asked, or something I found growing in my garden– in the hopes that what I share will resonate with you, too. You’ll also be the first to find out about bookish things like progress on my next novel, events, giveaways, Twitterchats, and what’s on my bookshelf, in addition to glimpses of the critters (human and non) I share my days with (BABY GOATS and CHICKS– need I say more?).

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13 Responses to Newsletter Sign-up

  • Janie says:

    I just finished reading your book. Very well written!! I would like to know what you have in the works for the future. Thanks, janie

    • Erin says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words, Janie! I’m so glad that you enjoyed Rosetta’s story. I’m working on a new novel now– just finished my first read-through of the first complete draft. Now I have to get revising! Stay tuned for more news– I share about the process in my newsletter and also on Facebook and Twitter. :)

  • Fran says:

    I So thoroughly enjoyed Rosetta’s story. Such courage is very admirable! Your writing style is wonderful with unmatched detailed imagery. And….I had not cried while reading a book in a long, long time; I did in this one! I look very much forward to your next
    Book, Erin.
    Thx much, Fran

    • Erin says:

      Thank you so much Fran! I also admire the courage of the women who fought. I’m so pleased to know that Rosetta’s story touched you so much.

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  • phillip dulin jones says:

    dear erin,

    i was very moved by your novel about the civil war. i think the story is as great as the red badge of courage. the story would make a great film, a modern classic just like your novel is a modern classic. if the book is ever made into a film, there is an old folk song entitled The Cruel War which would fit the story. i heard the song on a compact disc which comes with a book entitled the peter yarrow songbook, favorite folk songs. get the book and recording and listen to this song, and you will understand what i am telling you. the film and song could be a big hit. i think that Shailene Woodley should play the part of the young wife. i do belong to a book club at downey city library right here in southern california. will talk to the librarian who runs the club to see if we could put the book on our reading list and have you as a guest speaker. please write back and let me know what you think. hope to hear from you soon. sincerely, phillip.

    • Erin says:

      Phillip! Thank you so much for your kind words! I’m so honored for the book to be even considered in the same league as a classic like Red Badge of Courage. I’ll send you a private email to see what we can work out for the book club– or if you for some reason don’t get it, you can email me:

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