Arlene is a first time-author seeking a publishing deal for three historical non-fiction books.
Arlene’s three books, currently in pre-proposal, detail the lives of:
Richard Williams alias Cornish who was a swashbuckling Master of a merchant ship who was beloved by the London maritime community but eventually hanged in Jamestown. In the years following his death, against colonial law, at great risk to themselves, independent of one another, individual sailors questioned his execution.
James Dillman, a blacksmith, trapper, and sheep-man, risked his life and livelihood in the Range Wars trying to survive in order to keep his family intact.
Catherine Northrup survived not only the Civil War but the Nez Perce Wars but just after homesteading with her new husband was brutally murdered.
No books have ever been written about any of her subjects.
Arlene retains the rights to all of her work.
Two of her three books are fully researched and she has almost completed research on the third.
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