Sandy Wickersham-McWhorter
Welcome To My Home Page
I Write Unexpected Romantic Fiction
Cottonwood Place was my first
release, from White Rose
Publishing. Click the link below to
buy a copy from the publisher, or
click the 'order from me' link  to
buy an autographed copy
directly from me.
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The Winds of Fall was my second release,
from The Wild Rose Press. Click the link
below to buy a copy from the publisher,
or click the 'order from me'  link  to buy
an autographed copy directly from me.
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The Diamond Road came out on June 27, 2012 from Soul Mate
Publishing in E-book form. The paperback  is available now. Click the
link below to read an exciting excerpt:

The Diamond Road Excerpt

I graduated from Ashland University on
August 9, 2013 with a master of fine arts in
creative writing and can't wait to write more
of the romance I love. Learn about my
published novels and other interests. I think
you'll be surprised to learn that like many
other authors, I've had an unusual life that
can only add richness to the stories I write.  
Visit my blog at
sandywick.blogspot.com
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I'll soon get back to writing more unusual romance novels, and Orion
Comes in Winter
seems to be calling me to finish it next. The Diamond
Road
is now available in paperback from the publisher, Amazon, and
other outlets. The cover is even more beautiful on paper. The e-book
release date was June 27, 2012. I'm excited beyond belief to finally have
a copy in my hand. Link to order from publisher is below.

"A breathtaking tale of intrigue, danger, and love on the ice roads of the
frozen North."             Clare Revell--White Rose Publishing
author  
                                                                         
                                                                                                                                                                
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