Rosemary for Remembrance by Nikki Broadwell

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Book Description

Rosemary and Dylan have grown apart since his return from WW2 and prison camp. But when memories from a bygone era begin to haunt them, they are drawn together to discover the source. The key could be the locket that Dylan found in an antique store that bears Rosemary’s initials. ‘Together Forever’ are the words inscribed there, and somehow the daguerreotype portraits seem familiar.
Can the mysteries of the past have an effect on the present? Find out in this gripping tale of love, loss, and secrets revealed.

Based on the wartime diaries of the author’s father.

Available on Amazon

About the Author

I want to take a moment here to explain why I do what I do. Writing allows me to explore in depth the the things I care about, such as animals, and the environment. My books are not what you would call literature, and yet they are not mere entertainment either. They are humorous at times, sad at times and page-turners that take the reader into a world separate from this one. I do not write to market, I write from my heart.

I grew up an ‘Army brat’, living in several states as well as Germany during my formative years. But it was the time I spent in Virginia on a 400-acre farm that set the imaginative stage for my first books, and probably all those that have come after. I received a B.A. in English and Art from Sonoma State University and later studied Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling. I’ve had several careers over the years, all in the creative field. First a greeting card business and later watercolors and then painting on silk which went on for twenty years. But as soon as I put pen to paper, (or I should say fingertips to a keyboard) I was hooked.

I couldn’t stop writing if I tried–it is the heart and soul of me now. I am still astounded by how my characters lead me on, taking me down meandering paths where I hadn’t planned to go. The muse sits on my shoulder most days, and when she’s absent I flounder and realize I need a break. I love all things magic, including the Tarot, the runes, divination of all kinds, ghosts, clairvoyance, astral travel–you name it. Magic is all around us if only we open our eyes to it.

I lived in the Pacific Northwest for sixteen years before moving to the desert southwest with my husband, a cat and a dog. The move was hard because I left family behind, but Arizona is a wonderful place to be and the weather, at least in the winter, is delightful!

In my spare time I do yoga, hike, garden, and enjoy the bird and animal life that abound in the desert.

 

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