Another Sunday by Cynthia Strauff
In the fall of 1901, beautiful, self-centered Celeste Wells twirls her parasol as she strolls down Baltimore’s North Avenue, waiting to be noticed by handsome, shy Willie Strauff. She is certain that life will deliver her dreams—love, and a house on Mt. Vernon Place.
But destiny selects a different path. As the vagaries of fate and her own decisions result in blow after blow, she finds an inner-strength, replaces her dreams and accepts her circumstances as life comes full circle.
In this historical novel, a young woman embarks on a journey of self-discovery during the early twentieth century where she must rely on newfound courage to persevere through the challenges before her.
Cynthia Strauff (Schaub) is the recipient of numerous prizes and awards for her poetry and prose. A native of Baltimore, she holds graduate degrees from The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Chicago. She lives in North Carolina with her husband, Dick Schaub, and her cats. Another Sunday is her first novel.