Aiken Public Library
— Cat's Fur Book Signing
Haunted History Halloween Program
Thursday, October 26
and Friday, October 27
Lexington County Museum
231 Fox Street, Lexington, SC
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I have been writing and editing for 25 years with credits in numerous journals. My historical fiction novels are available at various online venues, including Amazon. If you've read one of my novels, please leave a comment on the website.
I live in Lexington, South Carolina.
Send in your guess today!
The above item was commonly used by farmers throughout history until the 20th Century.
It came in numerous sizes.
What is it called? What was it used for?
If you're the first person to send the correct answer on the form below, you'll get your choice of any
of my novels, including my new children's book.
Linda Lester won last month's contest
by identifying a coffin screw,
an item complementing presentations
I made at local libraries
on "Death and Burial in the Antebellum South."
This month's item relates to the season of harvest. You may have seen a larger version of it
in the hands of the grim reaper.
Bonnie Stanard - blog postings
comments on the writing life
Copyright Bonnie Stanard
A plantation owner and the slaves who tolerated or hated him...the unadorned Antebellum South.
A lyrical read-aloud story
Fun for all ages
Available on Amazon
PHOTO ID CONTEST
Be the first to identify the item in the photo below
and win your choice of one of my novels.
Written by Bonnie Stanard
Illustrated byMarlaena Shannon