Local author Sally Campbell Repass has now published her 46th book, Chloe’s Journey.
According to the book cover, “Chloe took all the abuse she could stand at the orphanage. She made plans to run away where no one could ever find her. This is the journey of a 10-year old girl, who escaped the children's home, but fell into more trouble along the way. She endured more in her short life than anyone should ever have to face in a lifetime. Will she survive this difficult journey through the scary woods? Will she find a home where she can have the love and happiness she has craved all of her short life?”
Repass also recently published Belle of Blue River, the story of a young woman who faces tragedy in her life. The story takes place in Blue River, Colorado. The book cover asks, “Will she be able to overcome her loss or will she be destined to live in the past? Is there happiness in her future? Can she let go of the past in order to have a future? Only time will tell.”
Saga of Snowy River was also recently published by Repass. Alan and Ava Clark were the owners of Triple AAA Ranch in Lewistown, Montana. Abigail (Abby) was their only child. The Saga of Snowy River was known far and wide. It happened in the 1800s, but the memories of the tragedy lived on.
Abby's childhood dream was to become a doctor. She attended Saint John's School of Medicine in Missoula, Montana, where she secretly fell in love with her professor, Jake Smith.
Back home, she met Ben Harriger. According to the book cover, “They got off on the wrong foot and despised each other. Later, things changed. At some point, Abby realized she was in love with two men. As if her life wasn't complicated enough... How could she let herself fall into this situation? How will things work out for her as she tries to choose between these two men?”
Sally Campbell Repass is a mother to six children, seven grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter. She has spent most of her life caring for her family.
She has written and published 46 books in the past nine years. She went through a critical heart issue in January 2018, but believes that God wasn't finished with her yet. She has no plans to quit writing as long as she is able, she said.