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What Makes a Gut Amish Matchmaker? By Amanda Flower

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Guest Post 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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What Home Means to the Holidays by Sarah Price

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A Christmas Gift for Rebecca

For most people, the holidays are about coming “home.” For some people, it might be returning to the house where they grew up. They revisit their parents or grandparents, amazed to realize how small the house appears after so many decades. I know I was shocked when I returned to my childhood house. The rooms […]

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The Bishop’s Daughter by Patricia Johns

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The Bishops Daughter

Described as “poignant and beautifully written,” my May release is a story about a man who isn’t sure he can return home again after all he’s experienced with the English, and a woman who can’t quite forgive him for tearing her family apart. Sadie knows exactly what she needs—a stable, Amish husband, and Elijah is […]

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Beauty for Ashes by Lue Shetler

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I know what it is like to be hurt to the core. Dry mouthed. No words inside of me. No songs to sing. No beauty to behold. I know what it is like to simply exist and any energy left inside of me is used up drawing another breath. Shattered. Broken. Defeated. Depressed. Feelings of […]

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Carolyn’s Quilt by Sarah Price: Chapter 1

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The Amish Quilts of Indiana

I’m excited to share Chapter 1 from Sarah Price’s upcoming book, Carolyn’s Quilt! The Amish Quilts of Indiana series focuses on a group of young ladies as they try to find the loves of their lives. I have thoroughly enjoyed each novella so far and I hope you do too. Click HERE to preorder Carolyn’s Quilt! […]

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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 […]