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Rogue Phoenix Press acquires Shanty Gold, a story strength and perseverance, by Jeanne Charters!
In 1849’s famine-ravaged Ireland, thirteen-year-
Raped and beaten by the motley crew of The Pilgrim’s Dandy, she is rescued by a fifteen-year-
A grand tale that is truer than we would like, yet spurs us to endeavor what people consider the impossible.
Charters became VP of marketing for Viacom TV, then branched-off and opened her own advertising agency, Charters Marketing. She has written for WNC Woman magazine and website. Her columns under the title, funny, isn't it? have appeared in most issues for the past twelve years. Funny, isn't it? (Catawba Press (now defunct), 2008) is a compilation of some of her best columns; illustrated by noted North Carolina artist, Marie Hudson, of Asheville, NC. Clothes Lines is a compilation of women's writings from across the state and country. Charters was honored to be included by Editors Celia H. Miles and Nancy Dillingham. She is currently working on the sequel, Lace Curtain. www.jeannecharters.com Rogue Phoenix Press www.roguephoenixpress.com Represented by Loiacono Literary Agency www.loiaconoliteraryagency.com
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