I cannot thank Sally enough for giving me this opportunity to showcase, The Captain’s Witch. This historical fiction novel that I absolutely loved writing is based in part on real events in 1690 and is based in part also on real people who did live in that time period. Thank you so much, Sally. You are an incredibly kind, giving, and supportive writer, author and blogger for so many writers and authors, like me. I am blessed to know you and to learn from you as well. Thank you! Karen Anna 🙂
Thanks for dropping in and delighted to share the news of the latest book by Karen DeMers Dowdall. The Captain’s Witch.
About The Captain’s Witch
Lost in the Annals of Time: A Story of Love and War
The Captain’s Witch is a hauntingly beautiful story of love that transcends time. Sara Windsor Knightly, born into a family with generations of witches inherits Windsor Manor, a colonial era manor built in 1680. She had no idea that the Manor is haunted by Jacobite ghosts, and a ghost named Christian Windsor.
He is a gentleman farmer who is also a Captain in the British Brigade in the year 1690 in Colonial Connecticut during King William’s war with the French and the Abenaki Indians. To complicate matters, the White Oak Tree on the property of Windsor Manor, is haunted by the ghost of Alice Windsor Hall. The White Oak Tree was once a…
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