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Linda Harris Sittig

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At age twelve Linda became the hula hoop champion of her class, and discovered historical fiction through the works of Anya Seton. From that day on, Linda gave up spinning hoops in favor of spinning stories instead. She is the author of Cut From Strong Cloth, the first in the historical fiction series Threads of Courage.

Linda writes about strong female protagonists in emotional settings of the past, particularly in her monthly blog where she pays tribute to women who led extraordinary lives but did not necessarily achieve lasting fame: www.strongwomeninhistory.wordpress.com.

Her motto: Every woman deserves to have her story told.

Linda Sittig lives in Loudoun County, Virginia with her husband, where the Blue Ridge Mountains are the first to g
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I just reviewed this book for the upcoming May issue of Historical Novels Review. Thoroughly enjoyed the historical and the fiction part of the story. A good read for anyone interested in John Brown, or Harpers Ferry, WVA, or Civil War.
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“Well-behaved women seldom make history.”
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