Blog Tour| A Sparrow Alone – Mim Eichmann

Today I’m back with another post for a book spotlight. The Write Reads is hosting a tour for A Sparrow Alone. This book sounds quite interesting and I’m happy to help promote this book. Keep on reading to find out more!

1890’s Colorado. Desperate following her mother’s sudden death, thirteen-year-old Hannah Owens apprentices as domestic help with a wealthy doctor’s family in Colorado Springs. When the doctor declares bankruptcy and abandons his family to finance his mistress Pearl DeVere’s brothel, however, Hannah is thrown into a vortex of gold mining bonanzas and busts, rampant prostitution, and the economic, political and cultural upheavals of the era. Two of Cripple Creek’s most colorful historic characters, Winfield Scott Stratton, eccentric owner of the richest gold mine in Cripple Creek, and Pearl DeVere, the beautiful madam of The Old Homestead, come to life as this old-fashioned, coming-of-age saga unfolds, the first of two historical fiction novels by debut author Mim Eichmann — a tribute to the women who set the stage for women’s rights.

About the Author

A graduate from the Jordan College of Music at Butler University, in Indianapolis, IN, Chicago-based author Mim Eichmann has found that her creative journey has taken her down many exciting, interwoven pathways as an award-winning published lyricist and songwriter, professional folk musician, ballet choreographer and now, historical fiction author. Her debut historical fiction novel, “A Sparrow Alone”, published by Living Springs Publishers on April 15, 2020, has met with extremely enthusiastic reviews and “Muskrat Ramble” which will be published on March 23, 2021, is its much-anticipated sequel.


Historical fiction is a genre I’ve recently been more interested in, so I may need to come back to this book soon and read it. A Sparrow Alone has gotten some positive reviews from people I know, so it has made me curious. What about you? Is A Sparrow Alone a book you’ll add to your TBR?

One thought on “Blog Tour| A Sparrow Alone – Mim Eichmann

  1. I also don’t really read Historical Fiction but same as you I’ve noticed some 5-star reviews for this so I’m becoming more and more intrigued!

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