About Eileen

Eileen Charbonneau is the author of the multiple award-winning Code Talker Chronicles series as well as historical novels for adults and young people.  Her stories explore America through eyes seldom put front and center: her immigrants, her native peoples, her women. Eileen’s books have been praised by Kirkus, Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, Booklist and many others, so she might be on to something.  She runs a small bed and breakfast inn with her husband in the brave little state of Vermont, where the world appears on their doorstep to see the leaves go glorious evey autumn. Eileen is addicted to maple creemies, period dramas and American roots music.

5 thoughts on “About Eileen

  1. Very nice to meet you, Eileen. Not only do I enjoy historical novels, but also the growing pains of the new America colonies and their movement across the continent, searching for a better life.

  2. Thanks so much for stopping by, Eileen! I think we should start a new blog: “All Things Eileen!” Glad to hear you enjoy American-set historicals…it seems like all the attention goes to the Brits and Scots these days…maybe they have better PR departments! Your Booktalk is wonderful, so glad I found it. Best to you in your journey and for sharing your growing in the craft and art of writing…I see good things ahead for you. Please keep in touch!

  3. Hi Eileen, how are you????? I was going through some papers and came across a copy of one if your old Newsletters, this one was about Waltzing in Ragtime…. then saw via Google you’re still writing books? And you’re in VT now? Just wanted to say hi, I plan on reading some of your recent books. Take care.

  4. Hi Kristen! Delighted to hear from you my friend. Yes, still plugging away at the writing. How’s life been with you lately? Thanks for the support. Yes, Ed and I live in Vermont now…come visit!

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