This is a text I received from my brother, Billy, this morning.
“It is 3:09 a.m. I just finished your book. It was wonderful. I am off to bed as soon as I wipe the tears one more time!”
Murdo Girl Memories… small town life in the 50’s and 60’s
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The paperback version of this book is filled with pictures that are really important to the story. If you buy the paperback, you can get the kindle version for $1.99 and lend it to others. The book has been a labor of love. You’ll laugh out loud from beginning to end.
I have been spending the last few months updating and adding kindle versions to all of my books which include…
Connie’s Story, co-authored with Eddie Jackson, is a story of a brave young girl who, with the help of her forever friend, struggles to find a way to deal with a tragic event in her life. You will feel every emotion as you read about the unique relationships that are formed and the mysteries that must be solved.
Dakota’s Story, features incredible photographs by Dianna Kenobbie Diehm. It takes place in the late 1800’s when gold was discovered and the U.S.Government took over the Black Hills and killed off the buffalo herds which were the Native American’s livelihood. Dakotah is a young girl, who after spending her childhood in a government boarding school, goes in search of the family she has never known. (Wait until you meet her dog, Soo’-Tah.) This book is available in full color edition, black and white edition, and kindle format.
And of course my children’s books…
We Shall See what We Shall See, a children’s rhyming story about a character called a Beasterhop.
A Thanksgivington Christmas, a delightful Beasterhop story written with my granddaughter, Charlie.
All of these books offer special pricing on the kindle version if you purchase the paperback copy or read the eBook free if you have Kindle Unlimited.
All are available on amazon.com. Look under books for Mary Francis McNinch…
These books will make great Christmas gifts. There is not much profit above the cost to publish them, but I intend to make donations to the Jones County Elementary School in Murdo, SD for the Stephanie Miller-Davis children’s reading program, and the Cedar Creek Library in Seven Points, TX.
Thanks for your support.