Sharon Sala The Hen House

ISBN 13: 9780974485126

The Hen House

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9780974485126: The Hen House

We are very pleased to announce the release of a new fiction title by New York Times bestselling author, Sharon Sala, titled "The Hen House". The last of the trilogy finds the couple in Colorado in the late 1800 s. In "Whippoorwill", Letty Murphy had come to Denver City a single woman, although she d gone through more hell in her twenty-nine years than she would have ever thought possible. She d nearly starved as a child and had sold herself to a man for money before she d even managed to grow breasts. But that was before she and Eulis had traveled to Denver City, survived a buffalo stampede, a smallpox epidemic, an attack from a half-starved wolf, discovered gold, and gotten married in "The Amen Trail". It wasn t just Letty s last name that had changed, even though she had money more money than a person could spend in several lifetimes. It was her situation that had changed, even though she had yet to come to terms with the power and respectability that money could buy. There was still that part of her childhood self that listened each night for a whippoorwill s call, while struggling with the memories of being a fifty-cent whore and welcoming other lost souls into her home, "The Hen House".

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It wasn’t just Letty’s last name that had changed, even though she had money—more money than a person could spend in several lifetimes. It was her situation that had changed, even though she had yet to come to terms with the power and respectability that money could buy. There was still that part of her childhood self that listened each night for a whippoorwill’s call, while struggling with the memories of being a fifty-cent whore and welcoming other lost souls into her home, THE HEN HOUSE.

About the Author:

It was a job she hated that drove Sharon Sala to put the first page of paper in an old typewriter, but it was the love of the craft that kept her writing. Her first efforts at writing came in 1980 when she began a book that wound up under her bed. A second book followed in 1981 and suffered a similar fate, but she claims the writing bug had bitten hard. However, she let life and the demands of a growing family delay her from continuing until a tragedy struck. Her father died in May of 1985 after a lingering illness and then only two months later her only sister died unexpectedly, leaving her almost blind with grief. She vowed then and there that she was not going to wind up on her deathbed one day with regrets for not following through on her dreams. She joined writers groups, attended conferences, and slowly learned her way around the written page. By 1989, she decided she had come far enough in her writing to attempt another try at book-length fiction and began a book that would later be entitled SARA'S ANGEL. As fate would have it, the first publisher she sent it to, bought it, and she hasn't looked back. As a farmer's daughter and then for many years a farmer's wife, Sharon escaped the drudgeries of life through the pages of books, and now as a writer, she finds herself often living out her dreams. Through traveling and speaking engagements and the countless thousands of fan letters she has received, Sharon has touched many lives. One faithful reader has crowned her the "Reba of Romance" while others claim she's a magician with words. Her stories are often dark, dealing with the realities of this world, and yet she's able to weave hope and love within the words for the readers who clamor for her latest works. Always an optimist in the face of bad times, many of the stories she writes come to her in dreams, but there's nothing fanciful about her work. She puts her faith in God, still trusts in love and the b

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