Two moons were up there
Two moons were up there
Can you change the past
Can you change the past
Power of love
Power of love
Moonbeams in the oaks
Moonbeams in the oaks
Telepathy in The Last Shade Tree
Telepathy in The Last Shade Tree
Cornflower safety
Cornflower safety
The laid-stone well
The laid-stone well
Ivory-fanged vampires
Ivory-fanged vampires
Screaming violin
Screaming violin
First glimpse of a far future world
First glimpse of a far future world
The bus winked out
The bus winked out
You can travel any-when!
You can travel any-when!
Two moons were up there
Two moons were up there1950s teen Aleta Rosenthal suddenly travels to the past where she meets a small boy in tears, then to the future, where she confronts a stranger who will be her future lover. She doesn’t tell her worried doctor that both times she saw two moons in the sky! Read Margaret Panofsky’s novel “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) to find out why.
Can you change the past
Can you change the pastAriel's beloved Aleta is forced to travel to past historical events of terrible atrocity because a manipulative old couple trapped in an orbiting satellite want to change the future. To learn the strange and terrifying reason, read “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky.
Power of love
Power of loveAriel's beloved Aleta is forced to travel to past historical events of terrible atrocity because a manipulative old couple trapped in an orbiting satellite want to change the future. To learn the strange and terrifying reason, read “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky.
Moonbeams in the oaks
Moonbeams in the oaksAriel is shocked to learn bad news about his family. He runs blindly and almost drowns in Lake Tenkiller on the Cherokee reservation in Oklahoma, waking to a strange vision. Read “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky to find out why.
Telepathy in The Last Shade Tree
Telepathy in The Last Shade TreeAleta can feel what her lover feels and hear his thoughts, and the same is true for him. Find out if this telepathic couple can find happiness in the new sci-fi/fantasy novel, “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky.
Cornflower safety
Cornflower safetyAleta and her twin babies have just been whisked away from the WW II Drancy concentration camp, to safety. But can their security last? Find out in a new time travel novel, “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky. Published by All Things That Matter Press.
The laid-stone well
The laid-stone wellWill the old Cherokee, Mohe, find his lost son before he dies? Will his heart find rest? Find out in a new, unusual novel “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky.
Ivory-fanged vampires
Ivory-fanged vampiresWhat made such a noise? The old violin cries out whenever a new threat is facing the family clan, now snug in their mountain cabin. Find out what is wrong in a new, unusual novel “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky.
Screaming violin
Screaming violinWhy was 1950’s teenager Aleta Rosenthal’s treasured violin, made in Italy in 1838, dragged to Oklahoma along the Cherokee Trail of Tears, screaming in its case all the way? Find out in the new time travel novel, “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky.
First glimpse of a far future world
First glimpse of a far future worldHumanity and the ecosystem will soon be destroyed, and a small clan of adults and children must move far forward to the future. Read the new time travel novel, “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky, to share what happens to them.
The bus winked out
The bus winked outThe police have zeroed in on the old bus in the frozen arctic, and the evil old couple Nessie and Sasquatch have just tried to destroy it. Can the little clan of children and adults reach the far future, before WW III kills humanity and ruins the ecosystem? Find out in a new time travel novel, “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky. Published by All Things That Matter Press.
You can travel any-when!
You can travel any-when!Humanity and the ecosystem will soon be destroyed, and a small clan of adults and children must move far forward to the future. Read the new time travel novel, “The Last Shade Tree” (www.lastshadetree.com) by Margaret Panofsky, to share what happens to them.
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