*December 7--Dogwood Books, Broad Street in Rome, Georgia
The Truth About Katie
Published by Martin Sisters Publishing
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When Katie (A.K.A. Agatha) follows her counselor’s advice and calls home after being missing for two years, she has no idea of the struggles that will follow as she reconnects with her family. Her first challenge is to convince her friend Kirk in Nashville that she has no romantic interest in him, a task that proves more difficult and dangerous than she could ever have imagined.
Once back in Eastern Kentucky with her family, regaining their trust depends on being able to dig into her past and find out why she would have ever left her husband and two precious children. The one person who holds the key to her past, her Aunt Esther, seems reluctant to talk. However, when Esther finally gains the courage to tell Katie the shocking facts about her early childhood trauma, her story allows the family to begin the long healing process.
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The Welsh Harp is now in the
Madog Center for Welsh Studies Library!
Gwen has her heart set on learning to play the big harp in her living room in South Wales, Great Britain. When they sail for America in 1903 to meet her dad who has left the year before, she convinces her mother to bring the harp along, but when they arrive in the coal mining area of Eastern Kentucky, she must learn many other things first—like how to deal with a hostile school environment, how to help her mother birth a baby, how to manage a household during her mother’s severe depression, and how to survive a flood. Maybe some young girls would have given up on their dream of playing the harp, but not Gwen Thomas.
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If you live in Rome (Georgia) the book is available at the local Barnes and Noble, Dogwood Books (on Broad Street), and at the Rome Visitors' Center.