December 23, 2020 By Barbara Ellis | firstname.lastname@example.org “Something Worth Doing” by Jane Kirkpatrick (Revell) “I’m powerless,” Abigail Scott Duniway thinks when her husband co-signs a note for a neighbor without consulting her. The neighbor fails to repay the loan, and the Duniways lose their farm. In 1859, women had almost no control over
During the week of December 6, 2020 Something Worth Doing was #6 on Pacific Northwest Independent Bestseller List - Paperback Fiction. More at https://www.edelweiss.plus/#catalogID=4486451&page=1 Join Jane's Newsletter
During this virtual interview with Johnnie Alexander, Jane talks about the fictional biography of Abigail “Jenny” Scott Duniway who was involved in six campaigns to win Oregon women the right to vote. Beyond that distinction, Abigail was at various times in her life a caregiver, a newspaper columnist, a novelist, and a business owner.
Jane was interviewed by Carrie from Reading is My Super Power.org on November 14, 2020. Carrie posted the interview on her website as a Author Q&A blog. Here is a sample of one of the questions Carrie asked of Jane: "What does your research process look like for one of your historical novels based
Suffragette Podcast Interview Jane discuss her latest novel, Something Worth Doing, which tells the story of real-life suffragist Abigail Scott Duniway fighting for women’s rights in the 1800s. During this virtual interview with Allison Treat, Jane During this virtual interview with Johnnie Alexander, Jane talks about the fictional biography of Abigail “Jenny” Scott Duniway
Lake Osewgo Library Interview During this virtual interview, hosted by the Friends of the Lake Oswego Public Library, Jan discusses her book Something Worth Doing. The event which is part of the library's Third Tuesday Author event was held on October 20, 2020 https://youtu.be/e2G8V7qAiiE Join Jane's Newsletter