Noelle Granger is a guest on The book Club Mom today with a fascinating insight into the Pilgrim Marriages.. at some point Noelle is intending to write a historical novel based on the life and times of a woman of that time.
I recently caught up with Noelle Granger, author of the Rhe Brewster Mystery Series, Death in Red Canvas Chair and Death in a Dacron Sail. Noelle has some great ideas for her first historical novel, based on the early Plimoth Colony. In the following guest post, Noelle talks about her idea and about the history of Pilgrim marriages.
As an author, I think you are always looking forward to the book you’re going to write next. A plan of mine for the next few years is to write my first historical novel. The subject of the book will be Mary Allerton, who came to the New World on the Mayflower when she was a child of four. She lived a long life, eighty years, and saw the many changes in the Plimoth Colony from the time of its establishment by the Pilgrims in 1620. This will be something…
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