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Land: that’s all nineteen-year-old Sophie Wilde wants. Her own farm, her own stables, land to till and harvest. When her father mentions the plots being given away in Oregon, Sophie volunteers to settle the homestead; even if it means a thousand miles of being saddled with her prim twin sister, Margaux. The journey brings Sophie face to face with others that share her dream– a notorious outlaw, an immigrant family, a circus performer, and a freed slave– and sets the beauty and violence of the western territories against her own coming of age.
Targeted Age Group: 18-50
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Rebecca has been writing and designing the award-winning blog DasBecca.com for over a decade. She lives with her husband and two children in North Carolina, where she drinks copious amounts of Diet Pepsi and remains terrible at third person bios.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I was up one night with a sick kid, it was about 3 in the morning, and there was nothing on television. I thought: I’m going to write a story to entertain myself, the kind of story I’d want to read. I’m going to write about a girl coming into her own centuries ago. A girl who is brave and interesting, who is a pioneer in a wild new frontier. She has no damage, she needs no saving. She’s tough. She’s a survivalist. She can shoot a gun, run a farm, break horses, have wild romances and ride with outlaws and chase vengeances, but she’s still young: she’s still naive about bad company, still doubts herself, still fights with her siblings and is annoyed by her parents. She’s funny. She’s honest. She’s adventurous. She’s someone that you’d want to have a beer with.
I wanted to write a woman, basically, the way most people write men.