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Check out The Last Pilgrim—historical fiction release from N.A. Granger. Historical fiction is one of my favorite genes and Granger is one of my favorite authors. Her Rhe Brewtser mystery series, set in Maine, is sure to keep you turning the pages. The Last Pilgrim is on my kindle and I look forward to a great story! Read all about Noelle and check out her books on Sue’s blog and grab a copy of her books today. You’ll be glad you did! ~Bette A. Stevens, https://www.4writersandreaders.com

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

The thin shoulders of the Pilgrim women bore much of the work to ensure the survival and growth of the early Plymouth colony. Despite the vital role these women played, historians and writers of historical fiction have largely ignored their contributions. The Last Pilgrim attempts to capture this.

Growing up in Plymouth, Massachusetts, I was steeped in Pilgrim history. Costumed in period clothing, I portrayed various girls and young women in the weekly reenactments of the Pilgrims’ progresses up Leyden Street. Under the direction of the indomitable Rose Briggs, I learned the goodwife arts of cooking on a hearth, making candles, and the washing, carding, spinning and dying of wool at the Harlow House. Then, after a year of studying for the role, I became one of the first tour guides at the re-creation of the early Pilgrim village at Plimoth Plantation.

I chose to focus on one woman, Mary…

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Comments on: "Guest Author: Noelle Granger ~ The Last Pilgrim… A new book!" (32)

  1. much appreciate your generous share, Bette 🙂

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  2. Thank you for sharing Noelle’s book, Bette. It looks great!

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  3. Thank you so much for your awesome share and Noelle is a wonderful writer. Too good, Bette.

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  4. This book looks lovely, Bette.

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  5. Hi Bette, Thank you for sharing Noelle Granger and her new book with us. Interesting to learn about a woman’s life and all the people living during that time period. Noelle’s description of that time period makes me want to read and learn more.🙂

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  6. Hi Bette – it’s great to see Noelle’s new book here! I’ve read several of her Rhe Brewster books and enjoyed them all. I’m looking forward to reading The Last Pilgrim too!

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  7. Thanks so much, Bette! This really helps get the news out there.

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  8. Those folks were amazing, to set off for a world they knew nothing about with no support system. This sounds good, Bette.

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  9. Gwen M. Plano said:

    Thank you, Bette, for sharing. I’ve not read Noelle’s books and am glad to be introduced to her. ♥

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    • Thanks so much for stopping by to check out The Last Pilgrim and meet N.A. Granger, Gwen. 🙂 Noelle is a fantastic story teller and she does her research well.


  10. Nice share, Bette. Noelle’s a fabulous writer. 🙂

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  11. Thank you for sharing, Bette!

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  12. Thanks for sharing, Bette.

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  13. This sounds good!

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  14. Thank you very much for sharing Noelle’s new book, Bette!

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  15. A nice share Bette. Thank you for the recommendation.

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