June Lund Shiplett Message Board
Elaine Seely posts on 12/21/2010 10:33:53 AM
To those of you who loved the books of June Lund Shiplett, I have very sad news. June passed away peacefully on Sunday December 19, 2010. She was 80 years old. We wish her family our love and prayers Rest in Peace, June.
Love, Your fifth daughter Elaine
MARIELLEN GOLDBERG posts on 10/26/2010 8:48:49 AM
Is "Journey to Yesterday" available in audio--I have a friend who is blind and she would love to have access to this book.
Kathleen Davis posts on 6/17/2010 10:39:50 PM
My daughter and I have read all of June Lund Shiplett's Wind series. We would love to be able to re-read them again on our Kindle and her Nook. Would it be possible for these books to be offer on these instruments?
Yvonne Shiplett posts on 3/28/2010 1:31:07 PM
Hi, folks! I'm June Shiplett's daughter, Yvonne. I'd like to thank all of you for the interest in her books. Mom's in a nursing facility now, and gets lonely at times. Please feel free to call her if you'd like. She loves to hear from her fans and could probably answer any/all of your questions. Please don't hesitate--you would make her day! The direct line to her room is (440)354-5762. My son, Braxton, has also set up a website for her, if you'd like to check it out. Just "google" her name, and you should be able to find it.
Alana posts on 3/23/2010 4:01:48 PM
Loved the Wind series just finished re-reading it again - found these postings and so excited to find there are a couple more out there -
YES would LOVE to see them and her other books published and also agree the a mini-series type movie of the Wind books would be fantastic!!!
Wanda Tumlin posts on 1/24/2010 12:00:21 AM
Were there only one sequel to "Journey to Yesterday?" Seems like there was a book in between it and "Return to Yesterday" but it's been so long since I've read them, I honestly can't recall. The two mentioned are the only ones that I ever see posted anywhere (or else the title of the 2nd one doesn't "ring a bell").
Norma posts on 11/5/2009 11:27:00 PM
I too have read Journey to Yesterday and Return to Yesterday and loved them, so did my daughters. I have only just found out there is a 'Wind' series and would be very interested in reading them. Would someone please be kind enough to list them in order. I would also like to see June's books made into movies even though I still like reading.
Pam posts on 10/25/2009 4:41:11 PM
My mother out in Wisconsin has just finished reading "Journey to Yesterday" and "Return to Yesterday" - she was wondering if there is a sequel as there was a chapter starter in the second book? She absolutely loves the books; I can't wait for her to pass them to me at X-mas time when I will visit her again. I've been searching the internet to see if the next book has been published, but haven't found an answer.
Thank you for any help you can give me on this search
Pam in Mass.
Sandra posts on 6/9/2009 1:33:11 PM
Hello, I don't know how Ms June is doing at this date, however her works go on throughout the years and I hope she is able to know this how much her writing has met to me.
I started reading “Thunder in The Winds” early 90's and then went on to look for more books written by Ms Shiplett. I soon learn that there were several more books to read and at the time collected all the books I could at the time.
Here it is years later and I would like to finish my collection. I only need one last book to complete all that has been published, however I can not get my hands on “The Raging Winds Of War" no where. I looked high and low, even out of the country as well, thought I found it a few times, but they always send “Raging Winds of Heaven”. I now have 3 copies. I guess book stores on the internet don’t completely read the request? To have all the wind series is a big deal to me. It isn't just a romance story, it is so much more. Incredible history, June must be an historian? I learn so much a long with a great story to read as well. Please if anyone can tell me how to find “The Raging Winds Of War" it would mean so much and my collection would be complete. Then I will know what took place during the years the second book (“The Raging Winds Of War") captures in the 8 “Wind” series published. Wish all of the Wind series were published, would love to see the later years. Any one please let me know your suggestions. Thank you June for your great work! A true fan, Sandra
Val Ridley posts on 3/16/2009 12:18:00 AM
Thanks for your reply,will keep in touch,need to know your grandsons website to get on.Mine is v.r.ridley@bigpond,com.To all who have read June books will know what a wonderful; writer she is and human being,all keep in touch.
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