Finding True North (Review)

by Audrey Wick

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Life in a small town has always suited Paige Fredrick. She loves going to work near the courthouse square and riding her bike nearly anywhere she chooses. But after her divorce, she can hear her neighbors’ whispers and the gossip mill churning.

Everett Mullins has worries of his own as he finds himself back in his hometown, providing temporary care to his ailing mother while trying to run their family farm. A chance meeting reunites him with Paige, his crush from high school. But when he discovers her little white lie, he questions what they’ve started building.

As Paige makes a new life, can she find direction with Everett? Or has too much damage already been done to navigate a romantic relationship built on a lie?

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In Finding True North, debut author Audrey Wick delivers an engaging story about losses, fears, and second chances. Continue reading “Finding True North (Review)”

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Sunday Brunch with… Audrey Wick

Happy Sunday my lovely readers!

It’s a great pleasure having a talented debut author as my guest today. Her first book in the Texas Sisters series, Finding True North, has been released by Tule Publishing on April 12, 2018. Her second book, Coming Home, releases on July 26, 2018

Our special author is…

Audrey Wick

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Audrey Wick

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Audrey Wick writes for Tule Publishing. In addition to writing, she has been a full-time professor of English at Blinn College in Texas since 2003 with articles published in such magazines as Writer’s Digest, Southern Writers, Texas Town & City, The Daily Yonder, and Motherly. Her work has also appeared in The Chicago Tribune, The Orlando SentinelThe Houston Chronicle, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and The Huntsville Item newspapers and various academic journals such as South Texas Studies,  Vending Machine PressThe Dead Mule School of Southern LiteratureBurnt Pine , and The International Journal of the Book. Her narrative essay “The Siren Call of the Bingo Hall” is part of Course Reader: Rhetorical Modes and The Norton Mix, two college freshman writing textbooks available, respectively, by Cengage Learning and W. W. Norton.

Audrey believes the secret to happiness includes lifelong learning and good stories. But travel and coffee help. She has journeyed to over twenty countries–and sipped coffee at every one.

See Audrey’s photos at her website, and connect with her on Twitter and Instagram @WickWrites.

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