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Meet Myles Cunningham from The Return of the King's Ranger

 

Tell us your name and a little bit about yourself
The name I go by or the one I’m trying to hide?
Where do you live, and why do you choose to live there?
Not sure what choice has to do with anything, but since I can’t live where I want, I don’t really care where I go.
What is a quirk of your personality that people don't know?
People don’t know much about me at all, and it’s better that way. Even I don’t like looking too deep.
What obstacles did you overcome in order to reach your happily-ever-after?
My own pride is probably the biggest thing standing in my way. That and the need to believe in a power greater than me, greater than this war.
Tell us about your special lady.  What makes her so special?
Nora Reid is…everything. Kindhearted. Generous. A bit of a dreamer, but that was the only reason she took a chance on me, so I can’t find too much fault in that.

The first time you saw your special person, what did you think? Was it love at first sight or did she have to grow on you?
Honestly, it was hard not to compare her to her sister at first. Fannie was the one I always wanted.

 

About the Author Angela K. Couch

What is your writing schedule like?
My writing has gone through some drastic changes as one baby after another has joined our family. Baby four came one year ago and has given my writing a run for its money. I no longer have a specific time or place that works, so I write when I can with a goal in mind.
How much of the book is based in real life?
Location, events surrounding the end of the American Revolution and most of the battles and such. Most of the characters are fictions, but the heroine was pattered after her namesake, a young woman who loves to read and enjoys children. She was one of my children's favorite babysitters.
What makes this book special to you?
Being the final book in the Hearts at War series, I love how everything comes together for all of the characters from the previous books. This last story adds a nice closing for everyone’s tales.
What do you do when you're not writing?
When I’m not writing, I’m busy with four kiddos, two being home-schooled, one in preschool, and the last barely walking. I also enjoy reading, gardening, crafts, and helping new moms get the best start for them and their babies as a doula and lactation educator.

 

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