List of titles by author Barbara Shepherd

Barbara Shepherd’s readers say she puts them into the scene – they can see the action and well-rounded characters come alive on the page. Her mainstream historical novel, River Bend, features a young widow who struggles to survive and to protect her child on the 1830’s Texas frontier. An award-winning author and artist, Shepherd has published a cookbook, children’s picture book, and poetry chapbook, edited four anthologies for writers’ groups and essays for a book on quilts. She pieces quilt tops and teaches occasional workshops in painting and writing and volunteers in more than a dozen literary organizations where she encourages others to pursue their creative dreams. Wearing cook, baker, and candy-maker hats, Shepherd is a recipe tester for America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country TV shows and magazines and has been a field editor for Taste of Home magazines and cookbooks. It’s no surprise that Belle, the young widow in River Bend, loves to cook and quilt.

Barbara Shepherd’s readers say she puts them into the scene – they can see the action and well-rounded characters come alive on the page. Her mainstream historical novel, River Bend, features a young widow who struggles to survive and to protect her child on the 1830’s Texas frontier. An award-winning author and artist, Shepherd has published a cookbook, children’s picture book, and poetry chapbook, edited four anthologies for writers’ groups and essays for a book on quilts. She pieces quilt tops and teaches occasional workshops in painting and writing and volunteers in more than a dozen literary organizations where she encourages others to pursue their creative dreams. Wearing cook, baker, and candy-maker hats, Shepherd is a recipe tester for America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country TV shows and magazines and has been a field editor for Taste of Home magazines and cookbooks. It’s no surprise that Belle, the young widow in River Bend, loves to cook and quilt.

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