Author Spotlight: Lindsey P. Brackett

Author Spotlight: Lindsey P. Brackett

If you’re signed up for The Little Blue Cottage monthly email community, you’ll have the chance to get to know author Lindsey P. Brackett through a fun rapid-fire Q&A interview. I’d like to introduce Lindsey here, too!

About the Author

977888_495743663832425_2035047757_oAward-winning writer, Lindsey P. Brackett once taught middle grades literature, but now she writes her own great works in the midst of motherhood. A blogger since 2010, she has also published articles and short stories in varying publications. In 2015, she joined Splickety Publishing Group as Editor of Web Content, and in 2017 she migrated over to Firefly Southern Fiction as a general editor. Her popular column, Just Write Life, appears bi-weekly for The Northeast Georgian and weekly in The Elberton Star.

Her love of family ties and southern places prompted her first southern fiction novel, Still Waters, a four-star Romantic Times review being called a “brilliant debut”.

She makes her home at the foothills of Appalachia with her husband and their four rowdy children. They lose library books, brew strong coffee, and quit homeschool.

Be sure to follow Lindsey at:
Website  Facebook   Twitter  |  Instagram  Pinterest  |  Goodreads

Books

71Pp4euVy1LStill Waters: Book 1 in The Low Country Series

Available on Amazon

Cora Anne Halloway has a history degree and a plan: avoid her own past despite being wait-listed for graduate school. Then her beloved grandmother requests—and her dispassionate mother insists—that she spend the summer at Still Waters, the family cottage on Edisto Beach, South Carolina.

Despite its picturesque setting, Still Waters haunts Cora Anne with loss. At Still Waters her grandfather died, her parents’ marriage disintegrated, and as a child, she caused a tragic drowning. But lingering among the oak canopies and gentle tides, this place also tempts her with forgiveness—especially since Nan hired Tennessee Watson to oversee cottage repairs. A local contractor, but dedicated to the island’s preservation from development, Tennessee offers her friendship and more, if she can move beyond her guilt.

When a family reunion reveals Nan’s failing health, Cora Anne discovers how far Tennessee will go to protect her and—Edisto—from more desolation. Will Cora Anne choose between a life driven by guilt, or one washed clean by the tides of grace?

71siyeCk46LThe Bridge Between: Book 2 in The Low Country Series

Available on Amazon

After years away, Louisa Coultrie Halloway has returned to Edisto Island as caretaker for the family home. Now she flounders to find her place.When Liam Whiting, a local professor studying tidal creek preservation, invites Lou to join his research team, she welcomes the opportunity for purpose.

David, her ex-husband, has followed Lou and their children to Edisto. As he finds his footing in this new life, their once strained relationship eases into a familiar rhythm—and he hopes for more.

But the past still has a hold on them all, especially in the presence of Grace Watson, whose son intends to marry Lou and David’s daughter.Somehow, Grace and Lou must let the past of a shared love settle between them.

In this idyllic setting, relationships deepen and shift. And once more, Lou finds herself caught between the life she’s chosen—and the love that might be meant to be.

 

Published by Teresa Tysinger

Author of Contemporary Christian Fiction. Wife, mother, church communicator. Saved by grace!

6 thoughts on “Author Spotlight: Lindsey P. Brackett

  1. I enjoyed getting to know you through the Little Blue Cottage!! Fall & Spring are my favorite seasons, hard to choose! And, the beach is the best!!! Thank you for visiting with us!!

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  2. How long is the bridge in ‘The Bridge Between’? 🙂 I live in NB, Canada and the bridge separating me from all my siblings in PEI is 13 kms long – ok, for Americans, that is 8.77 miles long, but during Covid-19, it is a long, long, long way as we are no longer allowed to cross unless we live there.

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  3. Thanks for the chance at this giveaway. I love the fact that Lindsay’s book take place in Edisto Beach, SC! As a South Carolinian I think she has chosen a great location for a story! I hope to read this someday.

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