Connie S. Arnold | Official Website

by | Dec 13, 2019 | Author website | 0 comments

connie-oval-imageI have opened this site primarily to inform readers of my writing work, which I have resumed after several years of ‘resting,’ and doing other things.  On this website I am publishing a series of inspirational pieces written by me or my friends several years ago.  You can read these under the page called “Thoughts Released.”  I will be adding these to the site at various intervals, so please check in here as often as you can. Some of these pieces are excerpts from a new, unpublished pamphlet I’m working on called Markers Along the Way.

Recently, I have published three children’s books: The Patchwork Princess,  Adventures of Ra-me the Traveling Troubadour; Blaze the Dragon, Adventures of Ra-me the Traveling Troubadour;  Mudcat the Pirate, the Adventures of Ra-me the Traveling Troubadour.  Also available is an Adventures of Ra-me Coloring Book , containing scenes to color from all three books. These books make medieval fairy tales fun again, and with surprise endings.  They are available at any on-line site or here in the Bookstore.

Dangerous Legacy, the Second Son, a historical romance novel set in the turmoil of World War II Poland, ending in the north woods of Minnesota.  It’s the story of Stefan Zurowski, a second son, driven from his war-torn, ancestral home to America by his dangerous legacy.  This book is available at on-line bookstores everywhere. Or it can be purchased at my website Bookstore.

This summer and fall all the books will be displayed at various public events, craft fairs, and book signings.  In July we plan to be at the Monteagle Mountain Market, Monteagle, TN, in October at the Swiss Pantry Annual Open House, Belvidere, TN, and the Webb Art and Craft Fair, Bell Buckle, TN.  I will post more information for these and other events as we get closer to the dates.

 

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