The Ledge Light

DONE!  After my dear editor finished her second pass and with a new ISBN and generous amount of layout work, we’ve gone to the publisher!

The Ledge Light is out in paperback and soon to be out in Kindle.

Although there may still be some reworking of the cover, it is available on Amazon.  Check out the BOOKS section of the website to link to it and order a copy… Valentines Day is around the corner.

As some of you know, I primarily write in the winter.   This latest novel has been set in New London and Franklin.  Some of the settings are at the Ledge Light Lighthouse at the edge of the Long Island Sound.  The protagonist, a Franklin farm girl finds herself running away to try to become a lighthouse keeper.  What sends her on this wild journey?  A thirst for adventure?  A broken heart?  A restless spirit?

2 thoughts on “The Ledge Light

  1. Hi Diana. I really enjoyed your books. Life at the Bidwell especially. I grew up in Coventry My parents had a snack bar on Coventry lake The Milk Bar on the other side of the flea market building I related to a lot in the story. There were five children in my family 4 girls and one boy and we had to work hard at the business There were 6 cabins in the back and 6 trailers. People that worked on the pipeline stayed there. Then we moved to 984 Main St an historical Italiente style home. I just finished Last on a Match. I work with Dawn Bakke at the Card Home. Hope to meet you sometime. Mary Ann Stygar

  2. Hi Mary Ann, I remember the flea market but not the snack bar. Wish I’d seen it, is it still there? Coventry is such a sweet town. Thank you for the note. Hope to meet you soon. Diana

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