An Amish Christmas Love ~ Literary Foursome Strikes Gold! When Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Kelly Irvin, and Ruth Reid get together, you know you’re in for a treat. What a group of stellar authors to collaborate! And these collections are so satisfying – you can read for a while and already have finished a story.
An Amish Summer – Bring it On! When you happen upon a novel that contains the stories of four well-known Amish-genre authors, your heart skips a beat. Well, at least mine does – especially when I have the opportunity to read Shelley Shepard Gray, Amy Clipston, Kathleen Fuller, and Kelly Irvin! So when An Amish
Upon a Spring Breeze – Curiosity Piqued! Over the last few years, Kelly Irvin has really made a name for herself in the Amish genre. Her Amish of Bee County series is phenomenal. I had no doubts that Irvin could deliver with her new series, Every Amish Season. The first in the series, Upon a
The story behind The Bishop’s Son goes back to the days when I first decided to write Amish fiction. Some of my writer friends were very surprised. They had questions. Had I examined the Amish faith? Was I sure they were “true” Christians? What about the fact that they don’t evangelize? Aren’t we called to
The Bishop’s Son – A Story of Struggle, Faith, and Hope – I was thoroughly taken by Kelly Irvin’s The Beekeeper’s Son (first in her The Amish of Bee County series), when the second in this series, The Bishop’s Son, hit my doorstep I could hardly contain my enthusiasm! Once I started reading The Bishop’s
The Amish fiction genre has exploded over the last few years. Lewis and Brunstetter used to lead the pack and then there were a few outliers. Some of the newer authors, like Kelly Irvin, have set themselves apart – in a good way. As a reader, it is often difficult to discern what will be
I am thrilled to welcome Kelly Irvin today! Kelly’s newest book is A Heart Made New which is out now. Would you like to win a copy? Here is your chance…..Kelly is giving away one copy to a lucky reader! To enter leave a comment at the end of the interview for Kelly. Happy reading