404 Shelley Gray, Author at Not Quite Amish

Shelley Shepard Gray’s Book Giveaway!

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I’m celebrating the release of the final book in The Days of Redemption series, Eventide, by giving away FIVE sets of the series.  Five winners will receive: Daybreak, Ray of Light and Eventide by Shelley Shepard Gray Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on September 21st. All winners […]

Lazy Day Snack Mix


Sometimes it’s so nice to have a simple recipe on hand to whip together when company is coming over. Now that summer is winding down, I’m discovering I haven’t relaxed enough, haven’t been lazy enough . . . and that is something I aim to fix right away! I think making the following snack mix […]

Postcard From Alaska


So, I received a postcard from Alaska this week. It made my day! When was the last time you received a postcard or maybe even sent one? It’s been years for me. Now, it always seems so much easier and faster to click a photo of something and text the image to a friend. All […]

Still Not Quite A Chef


Do you have a hobby you are glad isn’t your profession? I realized last weekend that I do—I’m glad I never became a chef. We had some friends and family in town last weekend, one of whom was a professional chef. When I met her, my eyes lit up. And then yes, I followed her […]

A Day of Rest


About two years ago, I made the choice to stay off the computer on Sundays. I had just finished about two years of writing for three publishers, and in order to keep up with that crazy schedule, I had to do something every day of the week. On Sundays, I would do my best to […]

Thank You, Philippians 4


Giving up control is really hard for me. It’s why I never was any good at skiing—I never wanted to go too fast. Going fast puts you at risk, you know. There’s a chance of falling. Yet, of course, the consequences of choosing not to sail down the hill are great. Going slower hurts your […]

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