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Episode 02 Historically Speaking — The Long Island Lighthouse

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Episode 2 of Historically Speaking with Angela Breidenbach
(This episode has been edited for better sound quality to help you hear our guest better.)
"It was genealogy that led to our discovery of the lighthouse!" When Rebecca DeMarino journeyed with her mom to Long Island, NY, to see the lighthouse named after her ancestor, she didn't know she would step back in time and pen her first novel.

Be sure to get Rebecca's latest release, To Follow Her Heart (July 2016) book #3 in The Southold Chronicles series from Revell/Baker.

What's it about? Duty and love ~ only one has the power to make Patience Terry’s life complete in a world of high seas, tall ships, daring journeys, and yearning hearts. The series is historical romance based on the real lives of her 9th great-grandparents, Mary and Barnabas Horton. Mary was my inspiration for the first novel, A Place in His Heart, which sold as the 3-book series and debuted in 2014. The second novel is To Capture Her Heart, with the Hortons on Long Island and a Native American woman stars as the heroine. Revell is offering book #1 as a free eBook in December of 2016 for those not familiar with the series. Tune in for details on how to get your copy.

Follow Rebecca at:

www.RebeccaDeMarino.com Facebook.com/AuthorRebeccaDeMarino 

Twitter @RebeccaDeMarino

The Lighthouse Love Story as told by descendent, Rebecca DeMarino. She shares the romance of her ancestors with host, Angela Breidenbach.

Follow Angela Breidenbach at: 

AngelaBreidenbach.com

All social media including Facebook/Twitter/Instgram/Pinterest is @AngBreidenbach

Historically Speaking with Angela Breidenbach currently airs the first Friday of the month.

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