Books by Laura Rudacille
Author Laura Rudacille turned her daily inspiration from working in her York, Pa., hair salon into four published books, each available for purchase online. Stories of humor ~ "Here's the Thing", romance ~ "Saltwater Cowboy" and "Late to Breakfast" and inspiration ~ "Invisible WOman". Her writing is insightful and motivational. Laura's candor and truth is what all "women can relate to at some point in their lives" says one Amazon reviewer. Her book "Invisible Woman" provided "a gift of insight at a time when I had none," wrote another.
Relatable and Inspiring
Fiction for Women
Novelist and salon owner Laura Rudacille enjoys the fresh inspiration seated in her hydraulic chair every 30 minutes.
"Writing fiction is like naturally curly hair on a humid day — delightfully spirited and unpredictably wild. I love it!"
Years of work choreographing High School Musicals fostered her appreciation of character development, and attention to detail. Surviving family through laughter is the root of her first novel "Here's the Thing..."
Always on the lookout for her next muse, a vacation to Chincoteague VA to view the wild ponies inspired the tickle which inspired Laura's tender romantic series, Saltwater Cowboy, and Late to Breakfast.
Twenty plus years of working with women of varied ages opened Laura's eyes to the prize waiting at sixty, at seventy, and far beyond. With a grand sense of humor leading the way, a spark ignited and became the inspirational celebration of friendship, Invisible Woman.
For Laura writing began as a fun venture but revealed a thrilling new passion.
"I never thought I'd be a hairstylist who'd written a book, but now I dream of becoming a novelist who used to cut hair!"
Tory Keen’s all-work-and-no-play reputation is jeopardized when repeated encounters with a handsome mystery man entice her to strike a balance between the infinite duties of her Montana ranch, and the pursuit of a few carefree hours. Will a nudge from her best friend be enough to have Tory tipping the scales? Can she afford to risk her heart?
Avery Rush’s veterinary internship is ending and he’s desperate to steal more time uncovering the complexities of ranch owner and reputed animal advocate, Tory Keen. Torn between the future he’s always coveted, and a life he’d never thought possible, Avery must mind his step or risk falling…
Following a lengthy illness, vibrant living evades Jillian. In an impulsive effort to reclaim her zest for life, she signs up for the Awakening Goddess Retreat and drags her two best friends with her. Laughter, tears, and fabulous cocktails propel them from invisible women to glittering Goddesses and together they learn that fulfillment is a rite of passage which only the trials and triumphs of life awards. A celebration of friendship, Invisible Woman teases forgotten passions and reignites possibility while suggesting that a change in perspective can reveal the true vitality buried inside every woman.
Book one in the sweet romantic series~ Saltwater Cowboy~ more than sand shifts beneath Murphy Keen's cowboy boots when he meets Jess, an island naturalist, during the Wild Pony Penning on Chincoteague Island, Virginia.
"Here's the Thing..." ~ humorous fiction~ A thrill ride of delightfully destructive mishaps overtakes a family wedding weekend where the only life preserver 'for better or for worse' is bloodline.
Books by Teague Rudacille
It began as a bedtime story.... Smythers and the Night before Christmas was a story Teague began telling at bedtime when he was seven. Mom (Laura) decided to write it down! One kitten became two as felines often do, and Smythers and the Restless Night is now available for young readers to enjoy. Happy reading!
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"Loved curling up
with this book over
the holidays. I want to live in the cottage .... Rudacille makes me feel like I am there. She leaves me
wanting more with every page I turn."
Demi Stevens interviews author Teague Rudacille, Laura's youngest son.