Book Reviews

Arms of Mercy: Review by Susan Scott Ferrell

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Arms of Mercy

Arms of Mercy – Don’t Let the Cover Fool You! I was so excited to get the opportunity to read Ruth Reid’s latest release, Arms of Mercy. It is the second book in her Amish Mercies series. If you think you’re going to leisurely pick up a sweet little Amish novel, think again! It’s one […]

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The Road Home: Review by Susan Scott Ferrell

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The Road Home

The Road Home – I’m Not Giving Up on Beverly Lewis Beverly Lewis is one of the founders of the Amish fiction genre. Abram’s Daughters is among one of my favorite series. But lately, I’ve been disappointed by Lewis’ writings. I decided to give it another try, and dove into her latest release, The Road […]

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The Amish Quilter: Review by Susan Scott Ferrell

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The Amish Quilter

The Amish Quilter – Artistry and Intrigue! The Woman of Lancaster County series started off with a bang….but would the latest in the series, The Amish Quilter, deliver? OH, YEAH! The Amish Quilter tells the story of Linda Mueller, an accomplished quilter. She is known for her preciseness and exactitude in just about every facet […]

Guest Post

Characterizing the Strong Female Character by DiAnn Mills

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Burden of Proof

A strong female character begins with a woman who has experienced life and grown from the lessons learned. Through adversity, she’s been wounded; taken note of what caused the mental, physical, or spiritual infliction; explored how to heal; and applied the techniques. When others fall, she’s still standing, and when she does bottom out, she’s […]