A 1923 Appalachian Young Widow: In this sequel to Zetta’s Dream, the words perseverance and overcoming aren’t in Zetta Berghoffer’s vocabulary. Instead, as a new widow and mother of two toddlers and a five-week-old baby, she lives those characteristics as she faces unwanted suitors, her gentle brother’s life threatening snake bite, her stubborn father’s demands, the historic American Chestnut tree blight, and daily hardships in the 1923 Appalachian Mountains. But despite Zetta’s challenges, she is encouraged by her faith and the friendship of other strong women. And she dares to claim a bright future.
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About the Author
SANDRA P. ALDRICH, a Harlan County, Kentucky native, is an international speaker and author or co-author of 24 books. Known for her Kentucky story-telling style of speaking and writing, Sandra loves the Lord, family and all things Appalachian. Eastern Michigan University granted her a Master of Arts degree, but she says life granted her a Ph.D. from the School of Hard Knocks. Currently she resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado, because of its lack of copperhead snakes. Well, that and the fact that her two grandsons, Luke and Noah, are also in Colorado.