IN BOOKSTORES AND ONLINE TODAY!
Fellow author (and new friend) at Penner Publishing, C.H. Armstrong’s book The Edge of Nowhere comes out today. I wrote a review of it in December, and encourage you to check it out. Based on true-life stories about Oklahoma in the 1920s and 1930s, it follows Victoria through ups and downs of surviving loss in all forms. Check out the synopsis and book trailer below and then grab your copy (print or ebook).
The year is 1992 and Victoria Hastings Harrison Greene—reviled matriarch of a sprawling family—is dying.
After surviving the Oklahoma Dust Bowl and the Great Depression, Victoria refuses to leave this earth before revealing the secrets she’s carried for decades.
Once the child of a loving family during peaceful times, a shocking death shattered her life. Victoria came face to face with the harshness of the world. As the warm days of childhood receded to distant memory, Victoria learns to survive.
No matter what it takes.
To keep her family alive in an Oklahoma blighted by dust storms and poverty, Victoria makes choices—harsh ones, desperate ones. Ones that eventually made her into the woman her grandchildren fear and whisper about. Ones that kept them all alive. Hers is a tale of tragedy, love, murder, and above all, the conviction to never stop fighting.
OFFICIAL VIDEO TRAILER FOR THE EDGE OF NOWHERE
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
C.H. Armstrong is an Oklahoma native transplanted in Minnesota. A 1992 graduate of the University of Oklahoma, “Cathie”is a life-long lover of books, and staunchly outspoken on subject of banned and challenged books. The Edge of Nowhere is her first novel and was inspired by her own family’s experiences during the 1930s Oklahoma Dust Bowl and The Great Depression.