Tooting the Horn…Nadia Kilrick…


Well…it’s Wednesday…and…time to toot the horn…for one of my favorite up and coming authors…Nadia Kilrick

Nadia calls Florida home…but…she has deep ties to the hill country of Middle Tennessee…and…those ties…show up on the page when Nadia writes…giving depth and believability to the characters she creates…

Her first release…Ziggy Returns: A Short Tale…is essentially…a ghost story…with a few twists and turns…here’s a bit about it…

Minna Fuller finds herself in an odd predicament when her moonshine guzzling husband carelessly causes an accident that changes both their lives. Though relieved to have her life back, she would never have wished death on her husband. Being a man who always had to have the last word, Ziggy returns to their home to instruct her on how she should live the remainder of her life by offering a suggestion she finds far-reaching, even for him. Will Minna be able to rid her home of her husband’s ghost and finally get on with her life? Will she accept his blessing and set onto the path he envisions her taking or will she ignore him and the advice from her friends?

It is a short tale…and…I was so taken in by it…that I read it in one sitting…and…Bertha…was so enthralled…that she didn’t even try to relate the ghost from relationships past…to my life…until…after…we finished the book…but…then

Oh…well…I won’t go into all of that right now…because…Nadia…has another book that I want to mention…People of Kilmservy Village

In this, the first book of the Rough Hewn Trilogy, the Stuttshire and Breckenship families travel from beach to mountains and through hollows to find their paradise in the new world. Oliver Stuttshire has one thing in mind – to make a better life for his family. While working toward that end, he learns the hard way that sometimes, even those closest to you cannot be trusted. Carving a village out of the wild hills of the midsouth, he and his family welcome others whose descendants still live in the old homesteads. Murder, secrets and lies abound from the beginning. Family feuds are carried over for generations fed by evil that runs through the Breckenship bloodline.

It’s…short…but…not so sweet…and sets the stage for the next two books in the series…which I am definitely looking forward to…and…so might I add…is…Bertha

I hope you’ll spend some time…getting to know…Nadia Kilrick…and her books…you can also find her on…FacebookTwitterGoogle Plus…and…of course…on her blog

Jane

4 thoughts on “Tooting the Horn…Nadia Kilrick…

  1. Hi girls! Bertha too, of course. I felt the same way you did about this book Jane. Our girl knows how to grab hold and not let go!!! She is a master of the craft!!! :-)

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