Posted by Sherri on
I'm so excited - I love historical fiction!
I'll be waiting anxiously to read the finished product.
So glad you put the site out!
Posted by Katherine L on
I just read the letters and all of your blog posts and am excited to see how this story unfolds. This is a clever way to tell it, too. :)
Posted by Chris on
Site looks good! History section is good to help people understand exactly when the story takes place, & the comments will be interesting to read - especially the Q&A stuff as that takes off. :-)

Can't wait to see more!
Posted by Maryn on
I really liked the website! It was very informative, and I can't wait to see the finished product. You better hurry up and finish it so I can read it (hehehe). This Paul character intrigues me, and I deeply desire to discover more details concerning this object of your plot line;) I also like the little factual tidbits that you will have stuffed here and there. It's always interesting to learn about what really happened in America's past. Keep up the good work!
Posted by S Mickey on
Jennae and Janneke,
Just read the 2 letters on the page and loved them! In this age of high technology, I love the example of sharing through real letters with a time span in between. That perspective is fun.
The writing seems natural and I look forward to a finished project. Keep up the good work!
Posted by John Peter Furst on
How exciting! The excerpts from the book are capital! I'd say the "correspondence" between your two characters is an awesome and rather unique way of telling a tale, especially if it's a whole book's worth. I'm really looking forward to reading the finished product!
Posted by JP on
Looking forward to this new interesting book style!! Keep up the good work!!
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