How many novels in series X, and in what order?

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What’s the right order for the Wilderness novels?

  1. Into the Wilderness
  2. Dawn on a Distant Shore
  3. Lake in the Clouds
  4. Fire Along the Sky
  5. Queen of Swords
  6. The Endless Forest (the working title was Hidden Wolf)

The Waverly Place series:

  1. The Gilded Hour
  2. Where the Light Enters

Here are the other novels, written under my name instead of Sara’s:Pajama Girls of Lambert SquarePajama Girls of Lambert Square

  1. Homestead
  2. Tied to the Tracks
  3. The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square
  • How did Strikes the Sky die? Or, have I just not gotten there yet?

  • Historical fiction is my favorite genre and yours books are fabulous! After listening to the Outlander series 3 times in a row (I’m an Audible listener), I needed something new. Someone in an Outlander FB group suggested your Wilderness novels. It was a perfect suggestion. I enjoyed the your nod to Jamie, Claire and Ian in the first book. I don’t know how you and Diana create such wonderful characters. You draw me in and make me feel like they are real people, so much so that I feel like I miss them when the book is over.
    I am currently listening to the Wilderness series for the second time in a row. I love the characters you have created and the setting of the War of 1812. It’s fascinating to learn about that time period. I don’t recall learning about it at all in school.

    I’m excited to listen to your Waverly Place novels. Thank you for providing entertainment in a historical setting. 🙂

    • Hi Tracie — That’s pretty much why I wrote the series: no information provided in my otherwise good schooling. Once I got interested I couldn’t get out again. I’m so pleased you have enjoyed the books. Thanks for taking the time to write.

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    1. Historical fiction is my favorite genre and yours books are fabulous! After listening to the Outlander series 3 times in a row (I’m an Audible listener), I needed something new. Someone in an Outlander FB group suggested your Wilderness novels. It was a perfect suggestion. I enjoyed the your nod to Jamie, Claire and Ian in the first book. I don’t know how you and Diana create such wonderful characters. You draw me in and make me feel like they are real people, so much so that I feel like I miss them when the book is over.
      I am currently listening to the Wilderness series for the second time in a row. I love the characters you have created and the setting of the War of 1812. It’s fascinating to learn about that time period. I don’t recall learning about it at all in school.

      I’m excited to listen to your Waverly Place novels. Thank you for providing entertainment in a historical setting. 🙂

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      • Hi Tracie — That’s pretty much why I wrote the series: no information provided in my otherwise good schooling. Once I got interested I couldn’t get out again. I’m so pleased you have enjoyed the books. Thanks for taking the time to write.

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