Eileen Charbonneau 

novelist      editor    storyteller    *    eileencharbonneau@gmail.com

Eileen Charbonneau is an award-winning author of nine published novels, short stories, and non-fiction.  Six of her titles are now e-books  by Macmillan Publishing. Her non-fiction book, ELEMENTS OF THE NOVEL, is available through New Street Communications.  And her soon-to-be published Historical novel series The Code Talker Chronicles, will soon launch with Book 1: I'LL BE SEEING YOU from BWL Publishing.  
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Audio version of 
WALTZING IN RAGTIME, available through Audible.com.


Eileen also does freelance writing and editing 

for both published and unpublished writers.  

You can learn about all from the links on this page.  

Thanks for visiting!

 *  represented by the Aponte Literary Agency.


Eileen enjoys hearing from readers anytime.

*  email:  eileencharbonneau@gmail.com


ELEMENTS OF THE NOVEL, based on Eileen's experience 

and many years of teaching is now available!  

Ask for it at your favorite local bookseller, chain store, or online.  

It is also available as an e-book. 

for more information.  

Some reviews...

“Charbonneau has melded historical events, real people, and fictional characters into a compelling tale of clashing cultures, religions, and classes transformed by the challenge of the American frontier.” –Library Journal on Rachel LeMoyne

“Lively historical novel spiked with steamy romance provides 

plenty of entertainment.”

--Publisher’s Weekly on  Waltzing in Ragtime


"Narrative tension, and convincing characterization in a tale of suffering, revenge, redemption, and love, set in post-Revolutionary America…"--PW

Washington Post Book Word, Best of Year choice  

The Randolph Legacy


 “Provocative, well-told, extremely entertaining tale…vividly illustrates the often violent resistance that the American conservation movement 

faced in its infancy.”

Washington Post World, on Waltzing in Ragtime


The reader be fascinated by the tale of love and sacrifice, but will also be learning the wealth of history which isAmerica's legacy to her people.”  —The Literary Times on Rachel LeMoyne