We're five months out from the release of my next novel, Songs for a Sunday, which is set in Winston-Salem, NC and takes place in the 1960s and present day. Over the next few weeks, I'll share about some of the "real" places mentioned in the book. For now, here's the list,
Two locations are used in both the 1960s and present-day storylines, and they both play an integral role in the plot:
One location has a scene in the 1960s storyline and is mentioned in the present-day storyline:
One location has a scene in only the present-day storyline:
The following are used in scenes in only the 1960s storyline. All but one of these locations are no longer around.
While not used as a setting, there are references to Old Salem, Dewey's Bakery, and Tanglewood Park (in Clemmons.) It was so fun to write about places that I know, and it was even more fun to research locations from Winston-Salem's history. I look forward to sharing more about these "real" places from the book soon.
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