TBT Book Spotlight: Walking Music

Happy Thursday!

Today I have the awesome Linda Leigh Hargrove on the blog today. Walking Music is FREE on ebook for a limited time so download your copy today!

About the Book

IN THE MIDST of the oil embargo of 1974, single mother Tina Raye Lawrence has a crisis of her own. The car she’s saved up for gets wrecked by a handsome newcomer named Chas Warren, then she loses her job. Will joblessness (and loneliness) make her lower her guard with Chas? She’s got her daughter to consider and her own relationship with God. As she beats the pavement for work, she finds solace in Gospel music. Can a handful of hymns help her stay strong in the face of her growing attraction to her new Newland Road neighbor?

Chas is at his wit’s end when his forced academic sabbatical turns into a dismissal and then his estranged wife grants him custody of their small son. Jobless and discouraged, he decides to settle in with his cousin Dr. Edward Anderson (from Book 1, History Lessons) in the wilds of rural North Carolina to rediscover his first love — music. He’s never had a place for religion in his life. Should he pursue this pretty church lady Tina Lawrence or should he just keep walking?

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About the Author

Linda Leigh Hargrove blends suspense, humor, and faith into compelling stories about race and class in America. Her writings include three novels, four “sweet” romance novellas, and two works of DIY nonfiction.

Linda has taught workshops on fiction writing to adults and teens. To further help would-be writers realize their dreams of publication, she launched “TheFaithToWrite.com” in Spring 2018.

She is a native of Washington County, North Carolina and currently resides near Charlotte with her husband and three sons. Connect with Linda on your favorite social media platforms.

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1 thought on “TBT Book Spotlight: Walking Music”

  1. I just finished reading this book! I’ve enjoyed both History Lessons and Walking Music and hope to read Cooking School soon. Strong voice and sense of place, characters who feel real.


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