From the list on amazing women whose stories were lost or hidden.
Who am I?
As a military wife, and daughter, sister, mother, and mother-in-law to military members, I gained a strong perspective of what it is like to be behind the scenes, keeping the family together and building my own career while supporting the important missions of the men around me. In my reading, I’m drawn to historical fiction, as I feel it makes the stories come alive for me. I love a good story, and what entertains and informs even better than the documented facts are the dialog, relationships, and emotions of the characters. So it seems only natural to write about the amazing women behind the curtain in history in the engaging and memorable form of novels.
Tracey's book list on amazing women whose stories were lost or hidden
Why did Tracey love this book?
This is a collection of the letters between President Woodrow Wilson and his future second wife, Edith Bolling.
I already knew a bit about the role of Edith Bolling Wilson during her husband’s presidency. Reading their actual letters both shocked and entertained me. Woodrow Wilson, unlike his staid, professorial reputation, was quite the romantic.
It made me realize there was much, much more to their story, and it sent me on a journey to discover a relationship that changed the course of history.