Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Farewell, My Denmark and My Sweet Danish Rose By Tina Scott

Love these covers, but of course I'm bias since they were done by Eden Literary. 

Farewell, My Denmark
With dreams of a love as sweet and true as her parents’, Catherine Erichsen joins her parents and hundreds of other Mormon converts as they leave their homes and almost everything they hold dear to begin their journey across the Atlantic.
With thievery aboard ship, near starvation, and death threats focused on her and her family, Catherine fears she won’t live long enough to fulfill the desires of her heart. 
Inspired by the true accounts of Scandinavian immigrants aboard the John J. Boyd in 1863. 

My Sweet Danish Rose
For fifteen-year-old Berta Erichsen, the key to her happily ever after is getting Jens to read her Book of Mormon. Before she has the chance to share her precious copy, it is stolen by a young man determined to see its destruction.
Books played an important part in Tina Peterson Scott’s childhood, and for much of it, she could be found nestled against a branch high in their pecan tree and reading her favorite mysteries and fantasies. The branches then became the hub for her adventures as she sailed pirate ships, played with Peter Pan in Neverland, battled ghosts and solved her own mysteries.
Now that her children are grown, the adventure continues. She freelances and has won awards for her fiction. With eight years of editing experience, Tina has also helped numerous aspiring authors hone their skills and polish their manuscripts.
Tina and her husband have seven children and a growing number of grandchildren. Other than large family get-togethers involving lots of food and fun, she enjoys writing, watercolor painting, long walks, ice cream, and traveling to Europe—especially to her father's ancestral home of Denmark.

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  1. Deirdra, Thank you for highlighting my books. I love the covers as well.


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