Photo: the iUniverse edition of Hartford, designed to keep the series in print
Deborah asked: did Gilda ever know that Roberta was her real mother? and maybe I’m just remembering wrong, but if Taregan took over Daniel’s identity, do his kids ever know this b/c in Rehoboth i seem to recall he’s referred to only as Daniel.
Deborah, it’s really hard to remember! I don’t think Gilda ever knew much about her history because she was so young when she was taken away–she would only have know what the other boys would tell her, and I’m not sure even the other boys knew that Roberta was her biological mother.
And no, Taregan selflessly spent his life “redeeming” Daniel’s reputation. He was Daniel from that time forward–pretty magnanimous of him, wasn’t it? Some might say he was selfish and didn’t want the switch to be discovered, but I know his heart. (VBG)
Had a wonderful trip to Chicago these last two days, and learned so much from reading Francine Prose’s new book, READING LIKE A WRITER.
And now a question from me: about the WIP–“Fairlawn” has always been the series name in my mind’s eye, and I’m not even sure we’re going to put the series name on the books. Instead I’m thinking of using things people typically say at funerals.
So far the three tentative titles I have are:
Doesn’t She Look Good?
Receiving Friends from 3 to 4
In Lieu of Flowers
What do you think? Can you think of any other little phrases people are always saying at funerals? I like these three particularly because they can work in more than one way . . . and thanks to Becky and Karen at Tyndale for brainstorming with me!