“A Friendship Album Christmas, 1932”

The Quiltfiction 12-Days-of-Christmas Giveaway is over, but we still have a present for you — the audiobook version of “A Friendship Album, 1932.” We hope you enjoy this story about how our favorite poor little rich girl (that would be Emmeline, of course) finds the Christmas spirit.

When Emmeline Grangerfield sets out to make Christmas merry and bright for a group of orphans, things quickly spiral out of control. Will help arrive in time to revive her holiday spirit? It will be up to the quilters of Depression-era Milton Falls, Ohio, to find time for the true meaning of Christmas during the busiest season of the year. In this short story prequel, Frances O’Roark Dowell visits two of the five women who come together to form an improbable quilting circle in her historical novel, Friendship Album, 1933 — which is currently being released as an audiocast one chapter at a time on The QuiltFiction Podcast.

If you haven’t downloaded the ebook version of the story, you can do so here:

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Merry Christmas, everyone! All of us here at Quiltfiction wish you peace and joy during this holiday season.

Comments

  1. Thoroughly enjoyed this story and THANK YOU for the gift, I woke up Saturday morning excited to listen to the audio version of the Friendship Album Christmas 1932 story!The Bonus gift is your time, the talent to tell a story and the community you have created for all of us to come together with the common interest of the love of quilting. THANK YOU AND MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

  2. Thank you Frances. I loved the story. And now I want to make a shooting star block.

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