Indian Summer Downeast Maine


This is downeast Maine at its finest. No fog, crystal blue sky and water. I spent yesterday hiking Western Head, a large parcel of land bordering some spectacular coastline. I lay on a cliff half-dozing in the sun for a while. The horizon was so clear I could see some miles out to Seal Island and just make out its lighthouse.

My October Love Inspired release is in stores now. A Man Most Worthy is a Victorian tale set in London. What happens when a woman meets the young man she had a crush on as a teenager?

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One Response to Indian Summer Downeast Maine

  1. Carla Gade says:

    I ordered it the other day. Should be here soon!

    What a wonderful scene of the Maine coast! It truly was a beautiful summer.

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