D.L. Snow’s Story Appears in August Edition of True Love Magazine

Under the Here Comes the Bride column, this story is all about the summer before I was married when my fiance and I lived in a little log cabin at the foot of Mount Yamnuska on the Stoney Indian Reserve.  Our summer consisted of regular visits from our local wildlife (including a brown bear that I found literally sitting on my doorstep), snow in July- when all we had for heat was a pot-bellied stove, and a harbinger of good news in the form of a hummingbird.

If you have a chance to pick up the magazine, I hope you enjoy it.

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4 thoughts on “D.L. Snow’s Story Appears in August Edition of True Love Magazine

  1. And, in addition, congratulations on the story! 🙂

  2. Dear DL,

    I’m a new agent with D4EO Literary Agency—you can read the announcement about my promotion on my website, if you’d like—and I stumbled upon your website and am intrigued by what you write.

    Are you querying one specific project now?

    If you are, and if you’d like to, of course, please send me a partial of the manuscript. Otherwise, if not, please feel free to query me whenever you make that big jump into the world of agents.

    Thank you very much!

    All best,

    Weronika Janczuk
    D4EO Literary Agency
    weronika@d4eo.com
    http://www.weronikajanczuk.com
    http://www.d4eo.com

  3. DAMN GIRL! HOW DID I MISS YOU SELLING TO SAMHAIN? Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Beautiful photos, DL! And congrats on winner the cover cage match.

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