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Bottle of Tears

Can a bottle hold tears? As you read this story, you will discover the mysterious answer! Follow Miss Jaymee from a small child in 1924 to her bizarre ninety-ninth birthday party. Born on a craggy ridge of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, she never loses her love of the mountains, though she’s forced to leave as a young child. Down to the Shenandoah Valley she goes for her long journey through...

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‘The Road’

The Road, Front Cover
The Road features many roads – unique roads and common roads, plus other things that make up this world we live in. Bound in hard cover with stunning pictures of nature, it definitely has a soothing effect on the reader. Yet, it is far more. The Road embodies our journey through time – particularly hard times. Millions have traveled down this road of life, and many have left their mark. They have paved the way for us – and we can learn much from them. It shares stories of well-known characters but also those unknown. Like Feagans’ other books, it is a book of hope. Through God’s eternal promises, The Road will lift you up from the valley – and onto the mountain of faith. It is a book for the hurting – which is all of us at one time or another! If you would like to purchase the book, you can buy one...

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‘Ella’

Ella
Set in the Blue Ridge Mountains, but not only the Blue Ridge Mountains, Ella takes us far beyond—to the aged lands of Ireland and Scotland. The story begins in 1968, a difficult time in our more recent history—a time of change, unrest, and a long, long war! Ella contains many interesting events as Feagans humanizes history for us once again, but it is more than that. Christina Connelly, the protagonist, takes you on her journey of life, one that almost proves to be her undoing, while Maura  Fitzpatrick, the second main character, brings to life the plight of the Irish Emigrant. Auntie Maura entered Ellis Island at the tender age of fifteen and ultimately found her way down to the beautiful Appalachians. The story reaches deep into our inner thoughts and questions of life and death and what awaits us on the other side. It will keep you turning the pages with its unforgettable characters and hidden secrets! “Just finished ELLA and boy was I ever so thrilled in reading this story. You had me thinking about whether those who have gone before us can see what is going on down here on Earth. I like to think they do…thank you from the bottom of my heart for another beautiful story relating to our Virginia roots.” – Brenda Branchett, Deltona,...

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Through My Window

Through My Window

Setting out on a different path, this new book is not a novel. Feagans’ seventh book is a hard-back, table-top book with beautiful color pictures of nature. A “devotional” with 40 sections that contains personal reflections, other inspiring stories, and Scripture!



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A Bittersweet Story

A Bittersweet Story
Reaching from the Blue Ridge Mountains to a small place on Virginia’s coast called Sandbridge, an intriguing secret weaves throughout these pages. It stretches from the harrowing days of World War II to the turbulent sixties —- but an even larger story looms within. Winds of change were blowing across the Blue Ridge in the early 1930s. This is a story of the human cost of creating the Shenandoah National Park when over 500 families were forced off the mountains to make way for the Park. Caught up in the change and being evicted from their home, the Ralston family struggles with its dire consequences. The unique case of eminent domain was one of the first blanket land condemnations, and it was met with both fervent opposition and deep-rooted sadness. The historic happening is humanized through the eyes of Greyson Ralston and his twin sister. They open a window for a look into the emotional upset of that period—a time of heartbreaking change on the mountains. It is a story of displacement and sorrow—and ultimately faith and forgiveness. Review “I stayed up until 1:00 AM finishing the book, A Bittersweet Story. It was AWESOME!!! I couldn’t put it down! Such a beautiful book!” — David Schmidt, Virginia Beach,...

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There is a Season

There is a Season

Follow a young teenager’s journey of faith that takes her to the autumn of her years and strikes a chord for all as it unashamedly delves into the brevity of life and its deeper meaning. However, it also describes the devastating ills of depression and alcoholism as Joellen Thaxton faces such challenges and ultimately rebels. This story moves up in time, focusing on the fabulous fifties- a unique period with coonskins, hula-hoops, teen-age hops, and the climatic birth of rock and roll. Though known as the happy days, brooding undercurrents of the cold war, communism, and “the bomb” plagued the area, and Joellen had her own fears! But on a lighter side, it takes you on a delightful trip down the Blue Ridge Parkway in an RV, describing it in meticulous detail.



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Sharp Top

Sharp Top

A touching story that humanizes this slice of history- beginning in 1929, it also focuses on the Great Depression and World War II eras. The setting is Bedford, Virginia, and its famed mountains, the Peaks of Otter. Through significant research, the story depicts local, national, and international events, including the building of the Blue Ridge Parkway and the CCCs involvement, plus the horrors of WWII and how it affected the small town and its mountain people forever.



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In the Shadow of the Blue Ridge

In the Shadow of the Blue Ridge

A new story that deals with the Monacan Indians and their tragic history- it is heavily immersed with mountain life, beginning in 1898. Its primary setting is also the Blue Ridge, its secondary is downtown Lynchburg, Virginia, a small southern town. It is a rich, historical novel that centers on the Great Depression and World War II, realistically portraying how Lynchburg and mountain families coped with the challenges. Understand how a young boy wears croaker sacks on his legs to keep warm and walks the railroad tracks for coal, and later joins the CCCs for a way out.



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Spring’s Return

Spring's Return

The sequel to The Dogwoods are Blooming bounces back and forth from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Black Hills of South Dakota, drawing a vivid contrast. The title implies a dual meaning: The coveted season, symbolic of hope, and also Spring, the main character. This book deals more in depth with the Monacans and the Sioux.



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The Dogwoods are Blooming (Hard Cover)

The Dogwoods Are Blooming

In the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains in the early 1900’s the Barrett family is followed through three generations. Experience snowstorms, a traumatic flood, and an intriguing mystery as Central Virginia’s mysterious Monacans are woven into the saga. Emily, the unforgettable main character, builds a family legacy midst the comforting stability of the aged mountains.



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