Sunday, February 21, 2016

Lynn Lovegreen and stories of Alaska - Gold Nuggets

Gold Nuggets by Lynn Lovegreen
edited by Lisa Lickel and Joan Alley

Ebook Now 99 cents! at Amazon Kindle

About the Book: 
In the shadow of Denali, she has a home, and he finds adventure. 

Charlotte Cooper wants to stay near her parents' home in Alaska. But her dreams of being a writer call her away to college or work, and she has to choose her own path in life.

Henry Reeves is a wealthy New Yorker seeking a summer adventure when he travels to Kantishna near the proposed Mt. McKinley National Park. He discovers two passions, one for Charlotte, and the other for keeping Alaska wildlife from being wiped out like the buffalo. Charlotte and Henry find an attraction they can’t deny, but can they build a new life together between the wilderness and high society?

Lynn's favorite excerpt:
Good health practically oozed out of his pores. It was easy to imagine him winning a footrace or wrestling a champion. The short hair under his broad-brimmed campaign hat seemed to accentuate his high cheekbones and strong jaw. And his hazel eyes dashed this way and that, taking in the scene. He was as pretty as a magpie, and just as annoying when he opened his mouth. 

About the Author:
Lynn Lovegreen grew up in Alaska, and still lives there. She taught English for 20 years before retiring to make more time for writing. She enjoys reading, hanging out with friends and family, and hitting targets with a cowboy action shooting club. Her young adult historical romances are set in the Alaska Gold Rush, a great time for drama, romance, and independent characters. See her website at You can also find her on Facebook and Pinterest. 

Her novels Quicksilver to Gold, Golden Days and novella Worth Her Weight in Gold are available through Prism Book Group or your favorite book vendor.

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  1. Nice interview. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thanks for stopping by, The Pride and Carlene! :-)

  3. Lynn writes about Alaska and makes me want to go there. I've been once, and would love to live there for a while. I enjoyed Gold Nuggets. The heroine feels the tug to leave home so her parents won't need to support her, but she's a great help to her dad on the river. She also enjoys writing. I look forward to Lynn's books.

    1. Ditto for me. We drove up one summer, and one of the numerous flats was in Palmer, where we had to stay over at ate reindeer sausage pizza. Our schedule didn't allow us extra days to drive down into Anchorage, so we missed that part. But I love living history vicariously through Lynn!

  4. Thanks, Gay and Lisa. Alaska is a special place, and I'm glad to share it with others.