Faith Blum’s newest novella is available! This one is double trouble! Not only is it about twins, but these twins have reckless and adventurous spirits. When they go against their family, they run into more trouble than they bargained for.
About the Book
Just as I am, without one plea
But that Thy blood was shed for me
And that Thou bidst me come to Thee
O Lamb of God, I come, I come.
Eve and Evangeline Collins are adventurous twins who decide to take a risk and head west as mail order brides. Their parents are less than pleased, but do nothing to stop them. Eve and Evangeline don’t realize their danger until they stop just outside Cheyenne. Will they ever see their family again?
Faith Blum started writing at an early age. She started even before she could read! She even thought she could write better than Dr. Seuss. Now that she has grown up a little more, she knows she will probably never reach the success of Dr. Seuss, but that doesn’t stop her from trying.
When she isn’t writing, Faith enjoys doing many right-brained activities such as reading, crafting, playing piano, and playing games with her family. One of her dreams is to visit Castle City, Montana, to see the ghost town she chose for her characters to live in. She currently lives on a hobby farm with her family in Wisconsin.
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Review of Just As I Am
Hello friends, Onisha the webmaster here to share my review. I am enjoying these novellas.
Eve and Evangeline Collins are fed up with boring men in their boring Ohio town. Their feet are itching for adventure and when Eva discovers a newspaper advertisement for a mail order bride in Cheyenne, Wyoming, both twins jump on the chance to marry cowboys. After much thought and rewriting, the sisters send off a letter offering both of them as brides. When the train tickets arrive, they are excited and laugh off their parents fear.
Sadly the parents were justified in their anxiety and the girls end up in dire straits. Will they meet the cowboys they dream of or ask their parents for tickets to return home?
I am addicted to this series of novellas. I look forward to the next installment to learn about Adelaide. She is intriguing.
After reading the book, I had some questions for Eva and Evangeline and although they are quite busy, they were gracious enough to reply to my request.
Evangeline: Great question, Ma’am. I think I would need to ask my author that one.Faith?Faith: Thanks, Evangeline. I can honestly say, no, she wasnt taken from someone in real life. I probably put in a touch of my sister in her character, but other than that, she is just a product of my imagination.Evangeline: *crosses arms* Very flattering.Faith: At least I didm’t kill you off like other authors sometimes do with their characters.Evangeline: Thanks. I guess.
Evangeline: An adventurous spirit. Being audacious myself, I always wanted to marry someone who could keep up with me rather than force me to drag him around. The men back east were all too stuck in their ways. It was really quite boring.
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