A place to share (and chat about) our favorite books!

A Q&A with Amy Clipston about ‘A Mother’s Secret’


Amy Clipston’s new book, A Mother’s Secret, debuted in June. To celebrate with Amy, enter to win a copy of the book and also a Kindle Fire! Enter to win here!   What is A Mother’s Secret about? My new book, A Mother’s Secret, is the second in my Hearts of the Lancaster Grand Hotel… Read More

Where Healing Blooms


Are you gardening yet? I am! And I have little red cherry tomatoes to prove it! It’s funny that sometimes when I write about a thing, I begin to do that thing. I wrote an Amish mystery series set in a quilt shop, and I began quilting. I wrote Where Healing Blooms, one of the… Read More

A Chat With Sarah Price


Over the years I have read vast amounts of Amish fiction books. Recently, I have taken a much needed breather and now I have a right-hand woman who reviews for my blog. I have said I am semi-retired, but there are a couple of authors that I will come out of retirement for. One being… Read More

A Season of Change Giveaway: Meet Jacob, Natalie, and Pinecraft


Tomorrow – May 20 – is the official release day for A Season of Change, the first novel in my Seasons in Pinecraft series. You’ll get to meet my heroine, retired circus performer Natalie Bennett, as she searches for the dream of her heart: a family of her own. After her mother’s death, Natalie uncovers… Read More

5 Things I Learned from Writing ‘Moms’ Night Out’


Do you have a dream that you don’t dwell on long because the idea of it coming true seems so unattainable? I’ve had a dream like that. It’s seeing one of my novels make it to the big screen, and on May 9th that’ll be happening! Well, to clarify, I wrote the novelization of Moms’… Read More

An Excerpt of ‘The Kissing Bridge’

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An Excerpt of ‘The Kissing Bridge’ Her bruder’s soft whimper just outside the bedroom door alerted Rebecca Troyer to Claude’s injury. She threw the door open to find Claude standing there with tousled hair, flecks of straw from head to toe, and a rumpled shirt. Tears made clean trails down dirty cheeks. He held up his… Read More

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