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About Teresa Lynn
In 2014, Teresa helped establish Tranquility Press, a hybrid publishing company near Austin, TX. Today, she provides all types of writing, editorial, and book design services. She is also a board member of Story Circle Network, Vice President of ACFW-CenTex, and Distribution Editor for Story Circle Book Reviewers.
Teresa speaks to groups nationwide on the following topics: Writing, researching, copyright, publishing, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Freemasonry, and the Texas Rangers (law enforcement agency).
In her free time, Teresa enjoys reading, traveling, and seeking out little-known history of interesting people and places. She lives in Georgetown, Texas with her husband, near their two grown daughters.
For more information on writing, editorial, or publishing services, or to arrange a speaking engagement, contact Teresa through any of the following:
Teresa's email: email@example.com
Teresa's Website: www.henscratches.com/
Tranquility Press: http://tranquilitypress.net/
Teresa's blog: https://henscratches.wordpress.com/
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Discover new stories about Laura Ingalls Wilder in Little Lodges on the Prairie: Freemasonry & Laura Ingalls Wilder, the first book to comprehensively document the role Masonry and the Eastern Star played in the lives of this iconic American family.
A lively and informative look at this lesser-known aspect of Laura’s life, including documents which have rarely been seen and never before been published, Little Lodges on the Prairie gives readers an intriguing new and unique perspective on Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family.
Gripping and heart-wrenching; historically important, with contemporary relevance. —Kirkus Reviews
Five-year-old Sousanna is often cold and always hungry, but she’s happy living in post-WWII Greece with her kind and loving family. Then one day a stranger approaches Sousanna’s father with a startling proposition, made bearable only by the assurance that the situation is temporary.
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