Ellis River

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$15.99  $14.87
Bay Feather Books
Publish Date
5.25 X 8.0 X 0.58 inches | 0.65 pounds
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About the Author
Nicki Ehrlich grew up in Southern Illinois before attending college at the University of Denver and later, Idaho State University, where she graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy/English. After living ten "horse-rich" years in Idaho, she moved on to Oregon, and later Washington, where she realized she had unwittingly traveled the Oregon Trail. While living in the Pacific Northwest, Nicki continued to write fiction, non-fiction and poetry. She has won awards for her poetry and creative writing, including the Writer's Digest Annual Poetry Awards and the Ray Fabrizio Memorial Award. Her writing has been published in Scheherazade, the literary magazine of MPC, among other magazines and newspapers. Nicki holds a Certificate in Creative Writing from Monterey Peninsula College and is a member of the Central Coast branch of the California Writers Club. She also holds a Coast Guard Captain's License and currently lives on California's inspiring central coast where she is at work on the sequel to Ellis River.

...a descriptive book, makes you feel you're on the trail with her. I had a hard time putting this book down. (NetGalley 5-star review)

Some fine writing...in this wonderful book...loved every minute of it! It was a wonderful adventure and I highly recommend it. (NetGalley 5-star review)

Nicki is an artist of words. The characters became my family and the trail my home. Your story pulled me in, investing my mind and heart in Ellis, while keeping me on the edge of my seat as she went from the frying pan into the fire. This story has action, grit, hope and perseverance. It's refreshing to read a book that doesn't use foul language, over the top gore, or explicit romance. I look forward to the sequel. (NetGalley review)

I couldn't put it down. There are many times...when you ache from being in the saddle...(but)...I kept turning the pages and was sorry it ended. (NetGalley review)