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C. Jane Reid

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C. Jane Reid is a writer, poet, and blogger. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in both Literature and History and completed a Master’s degree in Literature with a novel focused on WWI poet, Alan Seeger. A lifelong writer, she is excited to combine her interest in history with her love for crochet in a series of crochet stories influenced by historical events, romance, and a touch of the paranormal. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, daughter, son, and Kiwi, the laziest cat in the world.


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C. Jane Reid I am finishing part two of "Unraveling: The New World." It will be available in October, 2015.

I'm also working on a fantasy novel involving spinning…more
I am finishing part two of "Unraveling: The New World." It will be available in October, 2015.

I'm also working on a fantasy novel involving spinning and weaving. I don't have a release date yet, but I'm hoping to have it out by the end of the year or early next year. It's a great deal of fun to write!(less)
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This month I published my first book! That's right--I'm a published author!


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One month ago, Ailee Donaghue married a stranger to save herself from scandal. Now aboard a ship bound for the New World with ninety other Scots-Irish, she has no idea what she’ll be able to offer her new husband. She’s a horrible knitter, a bad cook, and can barely be trusted with a sewing needle. But she... Read more of this blog post »
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I do," said Tuppence.”
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