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There was a time when the peddler and his/her wagon coming down the road was met with
great anticipation and expectations of new stories, needed items at affordable prices and a
visit from someone often looked upon as a friend. We hope to follow their example. We
invite you to let us know when we hit the mark as well as when we fall short.
Our offerings will vary and increase over time so check back often.  Like the peddlers we
are named for, we will try to bring smiles, surprises and quality at reasonable prices.
Peddlers Group invites book stores - or those wishing to set up a book signing with any of our
authors - as well as those who would like to purchase books in quantity, at a substantial
discount, to contact us. Our authors are always interested in meeting their fans and we might
surprise you with our willingness to work with you in order to make such an event possible and
successful for all concerned.
Please take a few minutes and sign our
Guest Book. It really is often the only way
we know whether or not anyone even
knows we're here. In return, we will be
sure to sign yours should we ever visit your
site. Of course we will be more likely to
visit it if you send us a note telling us about
it and include a link. In fact, we will even
include it on our links page if you give us
permission to do so.  
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Proud members of the
Golden Crown Literary Society
Congratulations to our own L. M. Townsend-Crow for
having her short story selected for publication in the
upcoming
XXV Edition of Sword and Sorceress!!

You inspire us all with your talent, insight, wisdom and
perseverance. Oh and patience, lots of patience.
We are more proud of you than words can say!!
Peddlers Group is pleased to announce the addition of Daisy TimShar to our
list of authors. Readers might recognize Daisy by her online moniker, Lady
D.  Her novel Within the Heart is ready in three e-Book formats and the print
versioin shipping as well.  This story is a long time favorite at The
Athenaeum, rating # 9 in 2008 and #7 in 2009.

Jessie and Samantha first met when they were very young. From day one,
they became close friends. They do everything together in their small town of
Blue Creek where Samantha embraces the uniqueness of her new friend.. But
little girls grow up and, as they grow older, Jessie's feelings for Samantha
grow and extend beyond friendship. Will Samantha return Jessie's love? How
will Jessie respond if her feelings are not returned? Read the book to see how
these two characters discover what is really within the heart.
AVAILABLE NOW!

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Chloe has come to Manchester to work the mill after her family has  disowned
her in Québec. Unlike other Canadian girls who came down to work the mills of
New England, Chloe isn't there for financial betterment; she was forced out of
her community after having an affair with another woman. She meets Rachel
on her first day at the Amoskeag, and the two women fall in love. Life in the
textile mills is hard, though workers at the Amoskeag are happier than most,
and Chloe and Rachel overcome the obstacles of their gender and their
choice of life-partner to be among the "mill girls" whose stories have happy
endings.

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