Saturday, August 3, 2013

Belle Meade Plantation and the Old Harding Cabin

I love Southern history and have fallen more than a little in love with Belle Meade Plantation, the setting of To Whisper Her Name, the first of three Belle Meade Plantation novels.


Join me on location at Belle Meade in Nashville as we take a brief look inside the old Harding Cabin, a turn-of-the-18th century log cabin that plays an integral role in To Whisper Her Name.





The film crew, marketing director, and I had such fun filming these videos (six in all). As always, thank you for being sociable and sharing these videos on your websites and walls. 

Have you visited Belle Meade Plantation or read To Whisper Her Name yet?

4 comments:

  1. I love this video! We loved touring the cabin and the mansion, and were amazed at the differences. We can't wait to read more about this wonderful place and its people!

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    1. Thanks so much, Sarah, both for the kind words and for reading!

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  2. I was able to visit Belle Meade while I vacationed in Nashville last year...so when I stumbled across your book recently I had to read it! I just finished the book a few days ago and it was so much fun for me to be able to picture in my mind the characters climbing out of one of the windows of the mansion...or envisioning them strolling toward the Harding Cabin. Both Belle Meade and your book are gems. Thank you so much for "To Whisper Her Name". It brought me great joy!

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    1. Thanks so much for reading TWHN, Lisa Ann, and isn't Belle Meade lovely? Such wonderful––and touching––history too. Bless you!

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