Michael started to communicate to Annie through letters, but her anger over her brother's death was steeped in each of her responses. Eventually, Annie begins to lay aside her anger and their letters become friendlier. Michael saves up enough money to bring Annie to America just as WWI breaks out in Europe...then all communication with Annie ceases!
About Cathy Gohlke:
Cathy is the two-time Christy Award-winning author of William Henry is a Fine Name and I Have Seen Him in the Watchfires, which was also won the American Christian Fiction Writers’ Book of the Year Award and was listed by Library Journal as one of the Best Books of 2008.
Her third novel, Promise Me This, released in February of 2012, and her fourth novel, Band of Sisters, will release in September 2012. Cathy’s writing has also appeared in Chicken Soup for the Single’s Soul, in My Turn to Care–Affirmations for Caregivers of Aging Parents, in newspapers, magazines, and in plays and monologues produced on local stages.
Her story, Meet Me at the Holly Tree, was awarded an honorable mention in the Genre Short Story category of the Writer’s Digest 2000 Writing Competition.
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