Family Tree for the Anthology I’m Doing With Janet Syas Nitsick

In the future, I plan to marry one (or more) of the children from my novella in the Bride by Arrangement anthology to a character (or more) in the Nebraska Romance Collection. This post is going to be linked up to the anthology page so I can remember the kids’ names and when they were born.  This way I can better match the future couples up when it comes time to write their books.

Jimmy Kelly – Cheryl

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                                            Ron (1870)                      Nicole (November 1876)

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Pete Kelly – Ada (Wilcox) Kelly

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                          Fred (February 1877)              Chester (1880)             Erma (1883)

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Alex Boyer – Opal (Preston) Boyer

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Pearl (September 1877)

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Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to contemporaries romances and other genres (such as science fiction thrillers). For more information, please go to www.ruthannnordin.com or check out https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.wordpress.com.
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2 Responses to Family Tree for the Anthology I’m Doing With Janet Syas Nitsick

  1. If I did any kind of series with families, I would HAVE to do a family tree. I do well to remember my characters in one book. LOL

    • Same here. As soon as I finish a book, I tend to forget the crucial things (ages, how they looked, etc). The only way I can keep it straight is to write it all down and with my blog, I know exactly where to go. I have made some additional notes, but I tend to forget where I put them. LOL I’m not very organized unless I’m at the computer.

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