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Ann Tatlock
I knew I wanted to be a writer from the time I tapped out my first stories on my grandfather's old manual typewriter in the summer of 1973. I studied English and theology in college and later went on to earn my master's degree in journalism from Wheaton College Graduate School. I worked as a... show more

I knew I wanted to be a writer from the time I tapped out my first stories on my grandfather's old manual typewriter in the summer of 1973. I studied English and theology in college and later went on to earn my master's degree in journalism from Wheaton College Graduate School. I worked as a writer and editor for Decision magazine from 1987-1992, when I left to pursue fiction writing fulltime. I find great satisfaction in my work, and I especially enjoy hearing from my readers. In addition to writing, I'm also the managing editor of Heritage Beacon, the historical fiction imprint of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas.
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jessiebelle
jessiebelle rated it 7 years ago
For some reason, I was super worried that this book was going to take me some time to finish. In fact, I gave myself more time to read this book than I do for other books I do with other tours. Surprisingly enough I finished this book in a day.The book had me hooked right from the start. I really li...
Karen's Book Light... Dos
Karen's Book Light... Dos rated it 7 years ago
I haven't read many YA historical books. It was certainly different than everything paranormal I normally read. It was a great jump in genre for me, especially going back to a time I used to hear about from my Grandparents. Of course they weren't in the big cities where the gangsters ran ramp id,...
Mommabears Book Blog
Mommabears Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
Sweet Mercy is a coming of age story set in the time of Prohibition. eve Marryat moves with her parent's to her uncle's lodge after her father is laid off from Ford. Eve is definitely a smart cookie and starts picking up on weird happenings. I found Eve to be a naive goody goody, but I'm guessing...
jbarrett5 book reviews, etc
jbarrett5 book reviews, etc rated it 8 years ago
The Returning by Ann TatlockA man returns home to the place his wife and three kids moved to when he went to prison. It's ideal for them, the kids play on the water and there are jobs for the teens.He tries to fit in with them all. There is a boy who has autism and he's open to hugs. The others are ...
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