Ava Pashley

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Ava Pashley is passionate about writing and about storytelling, so then it's not really surprising that her first romance/mystery is called The Storyteller. She is also a historian. One of her great loves is travelling to the beautiful Medicine Bow Mountains in southern Wyoming, which is the setting for The Storyteller. This beautiful region of Wyoming, with its breath-taking natural beauty, lively history, friendly people and sense of adventure, provides profound inspiration for her writing. Her website features The Storyteller on Location, where readers can view for themselves locations that inspired the setting of the novel. Readers can also tap into Ava's inspiration for her characters, locations, history and other fascinating features ...more

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It's official. Sydney is experiencing the wettest start to April in fourteen years! Yep, it's been raining cats and dogs. But you know something, I've hardly noticed, because I'm a teensy bit overly pleased that readers are loving The Storyteller. While the rain pours down and the streets flood, while the traffic snarls and the sky leadens, I'm here in my little writing cave busying myself with al Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 04, 2013 00:28
Average rating: 4.0 · 7 ratings · 3 reviews · 1 distinct work
The Storyteller

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"Thank you, Ava, for choosing me in your give-away of THE STORYTELLER. I finished it last night and enjoyed the characters and story line. Will is every girls ideal and it so refreshing to read about a bunch of good and down home kind of people. I exp" Read more of this review »
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“Vicki is a young woman who through the sheer exuberance of her imagination is prone to exaggeration. Will, being a steady young man who is realizing that there is more to his life than what he's known, simply cannot resist her.
Their journey is about being the person you need to be, living the life you are meant to live, finding the courage and the means to make it happen. And that might just mean not doing it all on your own as you thought.”
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