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Yong Adult Historical Fiction fans are going to love “Victoria’s Victorian Victory” by Authoress Abigail Shepherd

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Author, Abigail Shepherd is 28 and lives with her husband in an inconvenient cottage in the Scottish Highlands. When she’s not writing she enjoys fishing, eating, and napping. “Victoria’s Victorian Victory” is her first novel for young people. She loves connecting with fans on social media: find her on Instagram and Twitter- @abiwriting and follow her blog- Bewritingblog.wordpress.com

 Victoria’s Victorian Victory – by Abigail Shepherd Young Adult Historical Fiction

Fourteen year old Victoria Bloom is great at having ideas, but they don’t always go to plan. Now her mistakes will have bigger consequences than ever before, as it has fallen to her to run the family farm. With the harvest fast approaching, it’s urgent she makes it profitable again, or they will lose it altogether.

It’s not an easy task, especially with concern for her brother distracting her, not to mention a runaway apprentice boy. Hardest of all, the people she must do business with just don’t take teenage girls seriously. Can she change their minds before her family ends up in the workhouse?

Available Now!  https://www.amazon.com/Victorias-Victorian-Victory-Abigail-Shepherd/dp/1540547612

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Banyan is now available in print

Young Adult historical fiction Banyan by Sameena Bachmeier is now available in not only e-book formats but print as well.

http://www.amazon.com/Banyan-Tree-Sameena-Michelle-Bachmeier/dp/1482743736/ref=sr_1_2/176-4958405-7663628?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1377413169&sr=1-2

~History can change the shape of our future~

~Wishing for a change in the future can sometimes take you through a journey of the past~  Kannie Irnest had the picture perfect life as a child until her father left her and her mother alone. It wasn’t long before the world as she knew it began unraveling and creating a web of misery around her. Her mother was no longer the loving mother she knew. Bitter and lonely, Kannie sank into a depression. The only joy Kannie seemed to find was with her friend Kristopher. They were like two peas in a pod since a young age and when they were together it was as if the world around them didn’t matter. Mysteriously, one day on Kannie’s way to school, she is given a Banyan tree stick. She learns that it is a wishing stick. Although skeptical, Kannie is desperate to experience a happy life and she wishes on the Banyan stick to be anywhere but in that moment in her life. She awakens everyday thereafter to a different historical event that exposes her to experiences, places and people she had only read about in books. From the Salem Witch trials, to being aboard the infamous Britannic, to taking flight upon the Apollo 11, each journey she embarks on teaches her to believe in herself, forgive others and appreciate the path that lies in front of her. She also now, must embark on her greatest venture yet, finding her way back home.

 

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