Beautiful Bridges & Special Kisses Giveaway


I’m thrilled to announce the latest release in my Amish series Seven Brides for Seven Bachelors. The Kissing Bridge is the story of a young woman caught between a stifling Amish community and the unnerving outside world and the daredevil bachelor determined to find an Amish woman who can quench his thirst for adventure. Find… Read More

Coming soon: A Mother’s Secret


While I’m praying it gets warmer soon, I’m enjoying the first days of spring. It’s such a beautiful time of year as we enjoy hearing the birds sing again, and the earth is renewed. I always look forward to seeing the daffodils sprout up in our yard. Daffodils are special to me since they remind… Read More

Unexpected Turns


Sometimes life is anything but simple. Sometimes, it takes turns we couldn’t have predicted. Has that ever happened to you? Four years ago I received a phone call from Zondervan Publishers. They said they liked my writing, and they wanted to know if I’d be interested in writing a cozy Amish mystery series. At first… Read More

To Garden or Not to Garden? | Beth Wiseman

Spring gardening

Readers often ask if I pull from real-life experiences when I am writing my books. I absolutely do, the same way my personality creeps into my character’s thoughts and actions. I’m adopted, so I’ve included that in storylines. Someone close to me had a kidney transplant, and that made its way into a book. I… Read More

Enter to win an Amish basket


In celebration of the February release of my novel Minding Molly—inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream, one of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays—I have a giveaway contest going through this Saturday, February 15th. Hop on over to my website to enter and in the comments tell me what your favorite flower is. We may not all… Read More

The Power of Example | Guest Post by Suzanne Woods Fisher


“Children live what they learn and learn what they live.” Amish proverb In A Surprise for Lily, a magazine writer visited Lily’s farm to write a story about her father, Daniel Lapp, who has a furniture shop. The writer promised not take pictures out of respect for the Amish family’s beliefs. Once or twice, Lily… Read More

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