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Sara Donati

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There's a new novel coming out September 10,: Where the Light Enters. More about the novel here. or on Sara's FaceBook page.

Sara Donati is the pen name of Rosina Lippi, also here on Goodreads because she writes too. All book reviews you'll find under Rosina's name.
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Excerpt: Little Birds

It takes me a long time to write a novel. My readers wait  at least a couple years between books.  I’m hoping this short excerpt from the beginning of Little Birds will make the wait a little easier.

This novel serves as a bridge between the Wilderness series, which ended in 1824, and the Waverly Place series, which begins in 1883.  Little Birds is set in 1856-57, primarily in the western territori

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“Elizabeth Middleton, twenty-nine years old and unmarried, overly educated and excessively rational, knowing right from wrong and fancy from fact, woke in a nest of marten and fox pelts to the sight of an eagle circling overhead, and saw at once that it could not be far to Paradise.”
Sara Donati, Into the Wilderness

“The future is mysterious and frightening to you now, but in the end all will be well. There will be great happiness and great sorrow, you will have a family, you will find yourself capable of things you cannot now imagine. But you will persevere, and one day you will look around yourself and know that your life is good and that you are, in spite of all your early fears, happy.”
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“I have loved the stars too well to fear the night.
---Elizabeth Middleton Bonner”
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Carrie Sara Donati aka Rosina Lippi is a great author! I highly recommend all of her books, especially the Wilderness series!


Janice Cook great books, great author, great lady. takes a personal interest in what her reader think and do - very down to earth & human!!! how much better could it get for her (fans) readers. my very fav. quote i think would have to be on Elizabeth's Death Bed, "i have loved the stars too well, to fear the night" i do believe i'd like that on my grave.


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