About: Religion of Trees

About: Religion of Trees

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About the Book
On nights when the sun sets with ease and the breeze gently sings the day to sleep, the trees exchange stories of their reign. Mother Tree’s tales have always been favored as she shares the lives of the residents of Harding Street.

Miss Millicent is the back-bone of the neighborhood. As she gardens, she sings the songs of the Sycamore. When the sun retires for the night, she moves stealthily to plant birthday trees for the new neighborhood babies. Her steps are slower this spring though and the branches beneath Mother Tree are in greater volume. Is their growing season coming to an end?

Ethel Andresen grew up nestled in her Apple tree reading Nancy Drew books and being teased by her older brother. When he doesn’t come back from Normandy, she finds solace and surprising visitor in her tree.

Hank Grant is born into a family who changed their mind about wanting his presence. His Sugar Maple tree gives him a lifelong craft he uses to escape. Can it also reacquaint him to his only love?

Daisy Wilson is nearing forty and can’t fill the emptiness of never belonging. On a spring break visit to her aunt she discovers family secrets. As her Magnolia tree blooms in spite of the impending late frost, she wonders can she ever be that bold?

Where to find it?
Religion of Trees is available in paperback. You can buy it directly from my publisher, here. Or you can find it on amazon.com here.

It is also available from Barnes and Noble.