On her farm is "The Lord's Bit," a worthless, rocky patch of ground. Worthless, that is, to everyone except a mysterious stranger.
With twists, turns and many surprises, out of great tragedy comes a blending of strong, grounded characters whose lives weave together into an extended family that, thanks to Leona's meddling, might keep growing.
Praise for the "Lord's Bit:"
An intimacy exists from beginning to end in "The Lord's Bit" that pulls the reader in close and holds her in the rocks, scents, skies of the high desert and into the lives of people scraping, stumbling, and loving in ways that match the beauty and ruggedness of the landscape.
Elizabeth Quinn-Editor, High Desert Journal
I have just enjoyed a refresher course in humanity. M. A. Moone writes engagingly of deeply rooted people who know how to handle hardship and thrive by living the "Golden Rule." I found myself reluctant to turn the last page.
Joyce Gribskov-Central OR native and author
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About the Author
She writes because she believes there are such things as functional families and that their story should be told. The stories she writes feature characters grounded in love of country, love of land and love for each other. Both men and women relate well to her characters.
Retired from education and psychology, Moone now spends her summers riding her horse, Hoot, in the mountains of Central Oregon and her winters writing fiction in Southern Nevada.