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Softly Blows the Bugle Guest Post by Jan Drexler

Softly Blows the Bugle: Guest Post by Jan Drexler

Welcome to Holmes County, the setting of my newest book, “Softly Blows the Bugle.” This is the third book in the series, The Amish of Weaver’s Creek, set in a fictional corner of Holmes County during the Civil War. The first two books tell the stories of Jonas Weaver, who left home to join the […]

Turning Home by Janice Kay Johnson Guest Post

Turning Home by Janice Kay Johnson

What I admire most about the Amish faith is the emphasis on forgiveness. I’m ashamed to admit I’ve always had a tendency to hold grudges, and moving past that has been a struggle. In TURNING HOME, I loved writing about a woman who has the best reason in the world to hold onto anger, but […]

Guest Post by Wanda E. Brunstetter

The Crow’s Call: Guest Post by Wanda E. Brunstetter

Many of my readers who enjoyed my Prayer Jars series liked it so much they began asking if I could write more about the characters in those three books. About the same time, my publisher suggested I write a mystery series that would include someone who runs a greenhouse. Since a greenhouse was mentioned in […]

Two Steps Forward giveaway

Two Steps Forward: Guest Post and Giveaway with Suzanne Woods Fisher

Hillbilly Amish In Two Steps Forward, Sylvia Schrock moves to Stoney Ridge from her ultra-conservative Old Order Amish community and meets Jimmy Fisher, a charming guy with deep set dimples who’s a little too handsome for his own good. He’s been away for a while but now he’s back. Broke. And desperately needs a job. […]

The Protective One by Shelley Shepard Gray

Book Excerpt (and a Giveaway!): The Protective One by Shelley Shepard Gray

We’re thrilled to share Shelley Shepard Gray’s third book in the Walnut Creek Series, The Protective One, on sale starting January 21st, 2020. It’s been years since childhood friends, fondly known as “The Eight,” left their hometown of Holmes County, Ohio. But after a tragic loss brought them back together, one member of The Eight, […]

Guest Post by Amanda Flower

What Makes a Gut Amish Matchmaker? By Amanda Flower

From the nineteenth century mail-order brides to the dating app you can swipe on your phone today, matchmaking is a centuries’ old business. This is no different for the Amish. Amish matchmakers have been long a part of the Amish culture. In Matchmaking Can Be Murder, you will be introduced to my Amish matchmaker Millie […]

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