FOLKS: Laurel Johns

Byways Entries

“Were you checking on your couriers?”

“I do like to keep an eye on things.” Ian was the founder of all of Liberty’s post offices. His couriers delivered letters and packages throughout the land. As often as he could, he flew far and wide to visit them.

Laurel laughed. “Liberty’s couriers watch the sky, checking to see if the Postmaster is watching.”

“My friends love it when I drop in for a chat!”

“You’re lucky Uncle Vanek keeps things running smoothly around here whenever your wings are restless.”

—excerpted from Byways, Book 1: On Your Marks

Laurel Johns is Ian’s third wife. She’s sweet and petite, gentle and generous … and much stronger than she looks. Her life took an unexpected turn when Ian’s family hired her to cook, clean, and look after Zane, who was just a tiny baby when his mother died. Neither Ian or Laurel expected to fall in love, but that’s another story.  : )

Laurel Johns

■ Laurel loves the color blue.
■ When Laurel saw Ian Johns for the first time, he was in eagle form. She thought he was a bird … not her boss.
■ Ganix inherited his mother’s curly hair and freckles.


Byways, Book #1: On Your Marks
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01 On Your Marks 600Taking sibling rivalry to brand new lengths…

Series Summary: Ian Johns is the founder of the postal system in the land of Liberty. Twice widowed, he has three sons, all half-brothers, and the boys don’t get along. In order to help them bond, Ian plans a tour of the country in the hopes that travel will bring them closer together. But somehow, the plan is twisted around, and the trip becomes a race.

Age Range: These books are geared for young readers who are ready for their very first chapter books (K-2).

Last Time: Vanek Johns
Next Time: Jovan Johns

5 thoughts on “FOLKS: Laurel Johns

  1. Oh she is so beautiful! I got the “little surprise” in the mail, thank you so much! At first I wondered who the girl was but this post cleared that up.:). Can’t wait to find out more about your new series!

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