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Tracy Winegar

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in Muncie, The United States


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April 2008


Tracy Winegar enjoys cooking and gardening in her leisure time. She loves all things vintage and considers several family heirlooms to be her prized possessions. She's also always on the lookout to score pieces to add to her growing Jadeite collection.

Tracy lives with her husband Benjamin and their four beautiful children in the Treasure Valley area of Idaho. Born and raised in the Midwest, her philosophies of life, love, and family are deeply anchored in those small town Indiana roots.

Average rating: 4.19 · 231 ratings · 60 reviews · 5 distinct works · Similar authors
Good Ground

4.33 avg rating — 134 ratings — published 2013 — 3 editions
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Keeping Keller

3.92 avg rating — 80 ratings — published 2008 — 3 editions
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Blind Man's Bargain

4.08 avg rating — 12 ratings — published 2014 — 5 editions
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The Counterfeit

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The Discovered

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I was invited to this "Meet My Character” blog hop by author M. Leigh Marrott. M. Leigh’s Bio: Author M. Leigh Marrott has been coloring the world with her stories since she could talk... just like those pesky aliens used to color her walls at night when she was four. The first poem she actually wrote down was at the age of eleven as she grumbled about cleaning. When she was in high school, her... Read more of this blog post »
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Good Ground by Tracy Winegar
"Tracy, you did an awesome job! It took me a lot of 4 o'clock feedings to get through it but I loved it and found myself looking forward to the next time I could read. I love your characters and I hope it does get turned into a movie sometime and t..." Read more of this review »
"I recently had a book signing at Barnes and Noble. In order to prepare for it, I got a new sweater and shirt and my friend Elvia Butz did my makeup. One of my dear friends Kathy Summers says that buying a new outfit is like getting a new set of ar..." Read more of this blog post »
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“She remembered the day vividly, for how can you forget the day your heart is broken? The funny thing about a broken heart is that it's not fatal. Though you wish in vain that it were, life continues on and you have no choice but to continue on with it. You take the hand that fate has dealt you and you press forward because there is nothing else that can be done.”
Tracy Winegar, Keeping Keller

“Life has no fairy-tale endings. But it has fairy tale moments.”
Tracy Winegar

“There was a moment of hesitation in which Joe looked into her eyes, and she looked back without flinching. Many a time, he had been at the same game with her, and she had always crumbled, bowing to his will. Now, he must have realized he was looking into the eyes of a stranger. She was someone he could not recognize, a foreigner inhabiting the body of that old Clairey, the girl he had abused, intimidated, and broken. Clairey decided then and there she would no longer cower before him. It was almost as if she were daring him to strike her in their unspoken exchange.”
Tracy Winegar, Good Ground

“The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read.”
Mark Twain

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Tracy Julie,
Sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you to say thanks for the fab comment. Unfortunately I am not too computer savy and just now realized that you had posted a comment. Anyway, I appreciate the support!

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Julie I really enjoyed the book Keeping Keller. What a hardship for both parents and the decision they had to make. I thought it was well written and beautiful told of a child with autism.
Julie Lamb

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