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TBT Feature: Cindy Thomson’s Brigid of Ireland

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends! Today, I’m bringing you information on Cindy Thomson’s TBT novel, Brigid of Ireland. Have you had the pleasure of reading one of her novels?

About the Book

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From the back cover: “In 5th-century pagan-dominated Ireland, Brigid is born a slave to her own father and is separated from her mother. Desperately seeking love and acceptance, Brigid becomes a believer in Christ. Knowing how the Irish people cling to superstitions and fears, can Brigid overcome them? Will her hatred for her father and a scheming evil sorcerer destroy her faith? Set in the era of St. Patrick, this fantasy-filled novel will captivate readers as Brigid must choose between God’s will and the desire to save her family.”

Purchase: Amazon, B&N, Kobo


About the Author

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Cindy Thomson is a writer and an avid genealogy enthusiast. Her love of history and her Scots-Irish heritage have inspired much of her writing, including her new Ellis Island series. Cindy is also the author of Brigid of Ireland and Celtic Wisdom: Treasures from Ireland. She combined her love of history and baseball to co-author the biography Three Finger: The Mordecai Brown Story. In addition to books, Cindy has written on a regular basis for numerous online and print publications and is a former mentor for the Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writers Guild. She is also a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and the Historical Novel Society.  A sequel to Brigid of Ireland titled Pages of Ireland will be released this summer.

Connect and follow Ms. Thomson at: Website, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Goodreads


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