Saturday, August 26, 2023

What Wild Women Do

After leaving LA, nothing feels right. Seth hasn’t worked on his novel in ages and Rowan still has zero response from her last screenwriting submission. Their writing dreams feel stalled while exasperating vlog (video channel) retakes have become Seth’s obsession. Hoping to rejuvenate some creative juices they decide to spend a month at a cabin in the Adirondacks. It is quiet and beautiful with minimum distractions and as their cash flow is practically non existent - its’ cheap. Rowan stumbles upon an old deserted camp in the woods. It is a huge piece of gorgeous property with crumbling structures that appear deserted. Curious, Rowan dives deep into the history of the original owner, socialite and feminist Eddie Calloway who ran a women’s camp many years earlier. She mysteriously disappeared in 1975 without a trace. Slowly putting the pieces together, Rowans imagination runs wild. She discovers an old canister filled with clues and is compelled to follow each and every one of them. It seems Eddie Calloway summered at this camp as a child with her eccentric, loving and extremely wealthy family. With everyone long gone and a marriage that fell apart Eddie finds herself at a crossroads and reinvents her life’s purpose developing an infamous and often controversial camp for women. Narrated in dual timelines it is easy to fall in love with Rowan and Eddie, both strong women on a mission to follow their hearts. Filled with mystery, intrigue and the beauty of the natural world, this wholly original and heartfelt novel is a journey of the soul. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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