Baroness Tanya von Brantberg’s husband is fighting with the British in East Africa. It’s the first decade of the twentieth century and Tanya knows that a war rages in Europe but her purpose is to work “for the cause.” Tanya is called upon to lead in a way that women rarely are and when her intelligence is recognized by others will she have the confidence to do what must be done?
Straw Writes by Christopher Shugrue is a look into the life of a man returned from war and suffering from PTSD. Returning to civilian life is not an easy process for a person lost in an internal world of horror and tragedy.
In Dance the Moon Down by R.L. Bartram, Victoria, an affluent English woman attending a University, meets the love of her life, Gerald Avery. Gerald is a poet and doesn’t meet the expectations of Victoria’s mother so the pair marries secretly in early 1914. When England enters World War I, Gerald volunteers for service. When he goes missing, Victoria will stop at nothing to find her husband no matter the personal cost. She knows he’s out there and will risk all to be reunited.