BLOG TOUR: Charlie's Girl w/Daniel and Mary-Helen Foxx
About the Authors
Mary-Helen Foxx retired in 2009 after a long career in public education with the Peoria Unified School District where she worked primarily in library services and IT.
She has written widely on genealogical topics and has authored four books on the histories of prominent Southern families. Mary-Helen was also a contributing editor for three years with Georgia Genealogical Magazine and has won awards for her writing.
Daniel Foxx is professor emeritus of history at Ottawa University in Phoenix and has been published in various academic and historical journals. He is the author of I Only Laugh When It Hurts (reissued by Pelican Publishing Company, Gretna, LA, 2009).
His latest book, Nathan Bedford Forrest: In Search of the Enigma with Eddy W. Davison (Pelican, 2007) was a National Book Awards nominee, received the 2008 Arizona Book Award for biography, and was finalist for the 2008 Independent Book Publishers Association Benjamin Franklin Award.
About the Book
By the time fourteen-year-old Rosalind arrives in Grayson, South Carolina, she’s spent nearly her whole life in the foster care system without a family, without a past, and without a home.
But the sudden discovery of a long-lost grandmother and a house full of mementos from her father’s childhood isn’t quite the happy ending Rosalind was hoping for. Instead it’s just the first step in uncovering the secrets from her past and maybe even the key to her future.
Set in the 1960s, this unique novel breathes life into a forgotten era and illustrates how much you can discover from your own family’s history. Perfect for readers of all ages, it’s a story you won’t soon forget.
Visit the Authors' website at: http://www.charlies-girl.com/