In Williamsport, Pennsylvania, 1888, the lumber industry is turning ordinary citizens into millionaires. Mary and her daughter Sarah, live a privileged life on millionaire row in their victorian home. When Mary is caught in an affair with the local minister, the family will lose what matters to them most.
Mary leaves her family and returns to a forgotten past where she hopes to find resolution. Sarah leaves behind everything familiar to her when her father moves them to a small village in the wilderness to the north.
The people they meet and experiences they have will change them in unexpected ways. A novel about life and forgiveness.
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Writing has been a part of Tina's life since the day she learned her alphabet, a talent she learned from her father and grandfather whom she regards as master storytellers.
She spent her teen years living in Pennsylvania. It was there in the shadows of the wooded mountains she began drafting what would someday become "The Common Hours".
She currently lives in Phoenix with her husband and three children. You can email Tina Stephens at: firstname.lastname@example.org