Thursday, May 18, 2017

Twice Betrayed - Tour

The thread of friendship is stretched to the
breaking point…

With the spark of independence crackling in Colonial
Philadelphia, Perdy Rogers chafes under the strict rule of her Quaker
grandmother and the endless duties of her apprenticeship in Betsy Ross’s
upholstery shop. So when her best friend shares a secret and invites Perdy to
help plan an elopement, she’s thrilled to be with her friends again. But Perdy
has no idea that one favor will unravel the stable
of her life and involve her in a tangled web of deceit, lies and treachery.

Disguised as boys, three girls head to the river to
put Perdy’s plan into action, but only two return. When the third, a young
milliner’s assistant, is found drowned with gold coins sewn into her hems,
coded spy letters in her bodice, and a journal implicating another sewing apprentice
as her co-conspirator, all eyes turn to Perdy Rogers. But she’s no spy! 

Accused of treason, she struggles to prove her
innocence with the help of a handsome stranger and learns the hard way that
freedom, whether an individual’s or a country’s, comes at a cost.

As a Master
Educationalist Gayle C. Krause taught Children’s Literature, creative writing,
storytelling techniques, and acting in upstate New York, where she trained
young men and women to become successful Early Childhood and Elementary
teachers. She also directed the Pre-K Laboratory School affiliated with her
teacher-training program and taught at a local SUNY college as an adjunct

Her years as a creative role model for teens and pre-school children
have led to her career as a children’s author. She is a member of SCBWI,
KIDLIT, INK, The JAGRS Writing Group, and a past member of the Historical Novel
Society and The Poets’ Garage.

publishing credits include:

•          Rock Star Santa, (2008) Scholastic.
•          RATGIRL: Song of the Viper - Noble
Young Adult /Trowbridge Books (2013)
•          Scheherazade’s Secret – Trowbridge
Books 2014
•          Twice Betrayed – Trowbridge Books 2017
•          And coming November 7, 2017 – Daddy,
Can You See the Moon? – Clear Fork Publishing.

She lives in
a small town not far from where she was born. She listens to her muse sing
through the trees of the Pocono Mountains and is inspired to write for children

Connect with the Author here: 

Top Ten List
1.     Writing stories for children
2.     Gourmet cooking
3.     Designing and sewing cloth dolls of my characters
4.     Singing
5.     Dancing
6.     Family Gatherings
7.     Fire in the fireplace
8.     Quilting
9.     Meeting with Friends
10. Reading

Character Descriptions

Perdy – Blue eyes, long blonde curly hair, average to thin build – 5’ 3”
Jane Ann –Dark eyes, long light brown hair, average to thin build – 5’ – 4”
Darach –Black curly hair, blue eyes, athletic build – 5’ 10”
Abby –Blue eyes, curly blonde hair, chubby cheeks – pre-school age
Adam – Dark eyes, dark brown hair, non-athletic – 5’ 9’

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