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Eileen Charbonneau

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Valley Stream, New York, The United States
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Eileen Charbonneau is an award-winning author of historical novels.   Her World War II series Codetalker Chronicles has launched with Book 1: I'll Be Seeing You and Book 2: Watch Over Me. Eileen’s been involved with theater and independent filmmaking projects, and is a storyteller of Irish and Native American tales. Her novel Waltzing in Ragtime is also available as an audiobook. Elements of the Novel is Eileen's guidebook for novelists.

Average rating: 4.13 · 157 ratings · 35 reviews · 15 distinct works
The Ghosts of Stony Clove (...

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The Randolph Legacy

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Waltzing in Ragtime

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In Time of Wolves (Stony Cl...

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I'll Be Seeing You (Code Ta...

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Honor To The Hills (Stony C...

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The Navajo code was never broken by the Axis powers throughout World War II. It was created among speakers who were fluent in both Navajo and English. Who were the code talkers? Young men who had gone to government Indian boarding schools as children. While there, they dared speak their language to each other to ease their homesickness, they were punished. Sometimes their teachers would wash th... Read more of this blog post »
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Delightful and fast moving! Jenna Kernan writes wonderful novels AND novellas. Very nice to cozy up with on a long winter's night!
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The latest in this Regency set series based on the children’s poem might have been the most challenging, for Wednesday’s Child is “full of woe.” But in the deft hand of Rosemary Morris, all’s well. Amelia Carstairs is in mourning for her grandmother ...more
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On a Stormy Primeval Shore is a welcome addition to the Canadian Historical Brides series. Its setting is the late eighteenth century, when Nova Scotia is broken into two provinces and New Brunswick is born. Why? The American Revolution has just ende ...more
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Albert Einstein
“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.”
Albert Einstein

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Eileen Charbonneau Great news all around, Rosemary! Where in CT? Might be able to meet in any of those 3 places! We are in the middle of a move and things are a little crazy, but I will make every effort to meet up! Please ssend details.


message 2: by Daniel (last edited Aug 25, 2016 12:52PM)

Daniel Keep reading and writing Eileen. I wish you all the luck in the world. I'll send you a link to my latest book.


message 1: by Rosemary (last edited Aug 25, 2016 12:52PM)

Rosemary Hi, Eileen. How is your dramatic project going?

Recently, I heard the good news that my play The Little Death is scheduled to be produced in Seattle next October. I'm delighted. It's been a long time since the play was first done, and I'm confident the Seattle director will bring out the right sense of darkness in the story.

This December 5th, I have a signing scheduled in CT and plan to spend some time in Brooklyn and NYC. Are you anywhere nearby? If so, I hope we can meet up for meal.


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