Spotlight on MUSKRAT RAMBLE by Mim Eichmann

Some of you might remember me enjoying Mim Eichmann’s earlier historical fiction novel, A Sparrow Alone, last April. Well, it’s Pub Week for her sequel: Muskrat Ramble. This continues the story of Hannah.

Here’s the overview:

Seamlessly threaded into the emerging hot jazz music scene that captured the hearts of music lovers in 1913 New Orleans, are the themes of the tightening Jim Crow era, World War I and its aftermath of economic ills, political upheavals and epidemics, and the changes, choices, heartbreaks and ultimate decisions of women of all races … at its heart, however, “Muskrat Ramble” is the saga of a young woman’s unwavering devotion to the child she was forced to abandon at birth.

MUSKRAT RAMBLE will be available in print and electronic formats. Ms. Eichmann is aslo running a Goodreads Giveaway.

See: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/55740884-muskrat-ramble?ac=1&from_search=true&qid=odimcTNOrN&rank=1

Here’s a bit about Ms. Eichmann: A graduate from the Jordan College of Music at Butler University, in Indianapolis, IN, Chicago-based author Mim Eichmann has found that her creative journey has taken her down many exciting, interwoven pathways as an award-winning published lyricist and songwriter, professional folk musician, ballet choreographer and now, historical fiction author. Her debut historical fiction novel, “A Sparrow Alone”, published by Living Springs Publishers on April 15, 2020, has met with extremely enthusiastic reviews and was a semi-finalist in the 2020 Illinois Library Association’s Soon-to-be-Famous Project Competition. “Muskrat Ramble” which will be published on March 23, 2021, is its much-anticipated sequel. www.mimeichmann.com 

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