Carol Kenny's novel, Whispers from St. Mary's Well, the fictional biography of a woman born in 1851, in St. Mary's County, Maryland, has been selected by the Greensboro Public Library as a book that they recommend to all book club readers who contact Beth Sheffield at the Library to ask for the names of the best books for readers, especially those who participate in discussion groups.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Greensboro News and Record Article by Columnist Jeri Rowe
Page 1, Column 1, Line 1 began with this: "Author's Roots Come to Life; Local writer Carol Kenny brings
a little girl to life in Whispers from St. Mary's Well, a book set in Maryland during the 1850s."
Page 2 included multiple photographs, Internet links, and the article: "She Writes, Travels, and Believes."

July, 2010
Vital! Magazine; Vital Information for a Vital Life!
Carol Kenny's article, "Sharing Insight from Your Ancestry with Future Generations," begins with the following quote from songwriter, Dar Williams: "I knew my family had more truth to tell and so I traveled down a whispering well to know myself through them." The same quote is used in her novel, Whispers from St. Mary's Well, to introduce the fictional narrator, who is researching her genealogy when she slips into a hypnotic trance and witnesses the traumatic childhood of her great-grandmother, who was born in St. Mary's County, Maryland in 1851.

Saturday, January 3, 2009
"In Touch with Faith"
in the Greensboro News and Record, as well as in a Chicken Soup for the Soul book.