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Eileen Charbonneau

Eileen Charbonneau
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    Historical Mysteries Historical Romance Historical Fiction Advice & How To
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Novelist
  • Born: 11 April
  • Member Since: Apr 2017
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BIOGRAPHY

Eileen Charbonneau is a Rita and Heart of the West award-winning author. She’s been involved with theater and independent filmmaking projects, and is a storyteller of Irish and Native American tales.
She and her husband run a Bed and Breakfast Victorian in the Brave Little State of Vermont, where the world beats a path to their door every autumn to see the glorious New England colors.

Eileen's latest series is American Civil War Brides: Book One: Seven Aprils. Her romantic suspense series is set in World War II: Code Talker Chronicles. I'll Be Seeing You is Book One, and Watch Over Me is Book Two.

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Watch Over Me (Code Talker Chronicles Book 2)
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Watch Over Me (Code Talker Chronicles Book 2)by Eileen CharbonneauPublish: Aug 15, 2017Series: Code Talker ChroniclesRomantic Suspense
I'll Be Seeing You (Code Talker Chronicles Book 1)
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I'll Be Seeing You (Code Talker Chronicles Book 1)by Eileen CharbonneauPublish: May 08, 2017Series: Code Talker ChroniclesSuspense
Seven Aprils (American Civil War Brides)
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Seven Aprils (American Civil War Brides)by Eileen CharbonneauPublish: Apr 07, 2019Series: American Civil War BridesHistorical Romance Historical Fiction
Mercies of the Fallen
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Mercies of the Fallenby Eileen CharbonneauPublish: Apr 01, 2020Series: American Civil War BridesHistorical Romance Romance Historical Fiction Women's Fiction

Eileen Charbonneau's Series in Order

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  • Code Talker Chronicles

    Watch Over Me (Code Talker Chronicles Book 2) - Published on Aug, 2017 I'll Be Seeing You (Code Talker Chronicles Book 1) - Published on May, 2017
  • American Civil War Brides

    Mercies of the Fallen - Published on Apr, 2020 Seven Aprils (American Civil War Brides) - Published on Apr, 2019

Eileen Charbonneau's Awards and Achievements

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  • Chatelaine Award semi-finalist
    2019

    Seven Aprils (American Civil War Brides)

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  • Laramie Award semi-finalist
    2019

    Seven Aprils (American Civil War Brides)

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  • Chatelaine Award
    2017

    Watch Over Me (Code Talker Chronicles Book 2)

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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 1 year ago
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    • If you could have been the original author of any book, what would it have been and why?
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      • I usually write the story that I want to read. But I have read a few books over my life that I closed and thought, wow, I wish I had written that! Those include Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee and Someone Knows My Name (also called The Book of Negros) by Lawrence Hill. I just finished another of those: Trouble the Water by Rebecca Dwight Bruff
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    • When you were young, did you ever see writing as a career or full-time profession?
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      • Eileen Charbonneau Eileen Charbonneau 1 year ago
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      • Yes, I began writing professionally when my first child was one. I thought that this profession would have a long apprenticship stage for me, because I'm a slow learner, but that it could be one I could do while being a full time parent. I was fortunate enough to have a supportive spouse and was able to write while being home with our 3 children.
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    • What's the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite sex?
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      • Eileen Charbonneau Eileen Charbonneau 1 year ago
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      • I don't find it difficult to write characters from any sex, gender, ethnicity, etc. We are all human, yes? Pay attention to the beauty of our diversity!
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    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • Eileen Charbonneau Eileen Charbonneau 1 year ago
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      • Find the joy of the process: the journey of discovery. Life gives us enough REAL trauma to stress about! Get out of your own way (banish EGO) and write!
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      • I was inspired by a credit-free course in writing for magazines and newspapers by a wonderful teacher and professional writer Diana Gleason. For the next ten years I wanted to BE Diana, who was a non-fiction writer. I had some success, but was not so good at it and realized that I was more drawn to the storytelling world of fiction. I've been writing professionally for over 40 years now! Thanks for the great start, Diana!
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