Linda Harris Sittig

If Trees Could Talk

By Margot McMahon - Published 2021


Biographical FictionChildren/Young Adult

If Trees Could Talk is a historical novel/memoir of noted artist Margot McMahon recounting colorful decades in her life set against the ...Read Review

The Whaler’s Daughter

By Jerry Mikorenda - Published 2021


Children/Young AdultNautical

At the turn of the 20th century in Australia, twelve-year-old Savannah Dawson dreams of the day her father will invite her to participate ...Read Review

Daughters of War

By Dinah Jefferies - Published 2021



It is France, 1944, and three sisters are living together in a small provincial village, trying to survive the war. Their father has died, ...Read Review

Time Squared

By Lesley Krueger - Published 2021



Krueger has crafted a complex love story that follows the characters throughout a time-warp history but not in chronological order. The novel begins ...Read Review

The Hidden Child

By Louise Fein - Published 2021


In Fein’s second novel, set in the rural English countryside in 1928, Eleanor Hamilton is happily married to her celebrated war hero husband, ...Read Review

A Rebellious Woman

By Claire J. Griffin - Published 2021


Biographical Fiction

In this novel, author Claire J. Griffin weaves a thought-provoking story based on the life of the real Belle Boyd, a young woman ...Read Review

Haven Point

By Virginia Hume - Published 2021



This novel is a multigenerational story of the Demarest family, who spend their summers at Haven Point, Maine, the backdrop for heartbreaks that ...Read Review

When We Were Young

By Jaclyn Goldis - Published 2021



When We Were Young is a tale of three generations of women who sacrificed the loves of their lives to follow family traditions. ...Read Review

Shadows of the White City (The Windy City Saga)

By Jocelyn Green - Published 2021


Inspirational Romance

This novel is set against the dazzling backdrop of the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair. Sylvie Townsend’s life had taken an unexpected turn ...Read Review

The Winds of Morning (Donovan Family Saga)

By Gifford MacShane - Published 2020



The famine of the 1840s has decimated Ireland, and young Molly O’Brien has replaced her father, working a 16-hour day breaking rocks ...Read Review