I found this post for Trails in the Sand on another blog this morning and thought it was still relevant! Trails in the Sand chronicles our modern history as the fall out from BP’s Deepwater Horizon still plagues us.
This week, I am pleased to feature an interview with indie author P.C. Zick, who stops by to chat about her latest release, Trails in the Sand.
Trails in the Sand follows environmental writer Caroline Carlisle as she reports on endangered sea turtles during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. As she delves into the story, she uncovers secrets about the past that threaten to destroy her family unless she can heal the hurts from a lifetime of lies.
Her journey reveals the truth behind mysteries that have plagued her family for three generations.
Lost journals, a fake tablecloth, and nesting sea turtles lead her to discover why her uncle committed suicide, why her sister developed anorexia, and why her mother only wanted acceptance from those she loved.
Caroline and her husband Simon discover love lasts despite decades of separation when he was married to Caroline’s sister. Caroline’s niece Jodi…
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