Thursday, December 6, 2018

An Amish Heirloom by Various Authors


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AN AMISH HEIRLOOM, 4 STORIES
BY AMY CLIPSTON, BETH WISEMAN, KATHLEEN FULLER, AND
KELLY IRVIN

From the book's back cover:
From bestselling authors in the Amish genre come four stories about the meaning and tradition found behind every family heirloom.

A Legacy of Love by Amy Clipston
Local volunteer fire fighter Leon King agrees to repair his ex-girlfriend Susie Bontrager’s grandparents’ antique rocking chairs for her future home with her financĂ© and is forced to acknowledge that his feelings for her have not quite gone away. As Susie spends time with Leon, she begins to recognize she is marrying the wrong man for all the wrong reasons.

The Cedar Chest by Beth Wiseman
Decades after inheriting her great grandmother’s cedar chest, Emma Fisher decides to pry it open only to discover a beautiful love story in the form of letters between her great grandparents. But as Emma immerses herself in their story, family secrets are revealed, and she must decide whether to share them to preserve family history or honor her great grandparents’ decision to leave them hidden.

The Treasured Book by Kathleen Fuller
For the past two years, Shane Broyles has felt God leading him to join the Amish. He’s staying with his friends Noah and Ivy Schlabach in Birch Creek, Ohio, where he is reunited with Lucy Fisher, an old friend of Noah’s family. Shane and Lucy have never revealed their feelings for each other, but when they stumble upon an antique Bible at a flea market, they feel drawn to each other and to the mystery of the contents found within.

The Midwife’s Dream by Kelly Irvin
Iris Beachy serves as a midwife in her district where she longs for a family of her own. When her friend’s brother Mahon Kurtz seeks her help in delivering the baby of two young teenagers who have sought refuge in their town, they begin to see each other in a different light. Unprepared for parenthood, the young couple leave their baby girl behind in an antique crib quilt resembling the one destined for Iris when she becomes a mother. Mahon and Iris come together to take care of the baby as they try to find her parents, and they begin to see new possibilities for their future.


I’m offering a paperback copy of An Amish Heirloom to one commenter to this blog post.

Commenters, to enter the book drawing please leave your comment on this post through December 11, 2018, and remember to leave your email address so I can contact you if you’re the winner.


The winner of last Thursday’s blog post for a copy of Sunny’s Dream by Mary L. Ball is Crystal. I’ll email you. Thanks all for commenting. Watch for more book giveaways.

Till next time … keep on smiling.

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From the back cover: “When Mary Ann Williams was a teenager, her daddy fell from the lofty pedestal on which she had placed him. It will take a miracle to restore her trust in him and all men…”

You can read more about the book here and you can read the first chapter here.


17 comments:

  1. With authors such as these, An Amish Heirloom has to be a good one! Thank you for featuring it and here's hoping...
    anne at rightler dot com

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  2. sounds like a great book! I'm a follower. Shelia sheliarha64(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  3. What a book! Sounds like a must read! mauback55 at gmail dot com

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  4. I love knowing the story behind an heirloom. It adds so much. I am a follower. fishingjanATaolDOTcom

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  5. Love stories like this. Would love to win this book, read and review this book. Sure hope I win. My e-mail is: don DOTstewartATzoominternetDotnet .
    Crystal And Daisy Mae is for my Google Profile only.
    Thanks,
    Crystal

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  6. This has got to be a winner, thank you for the chance to win a copy.

    wfnren at aol dot com

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  7. I love all of these authors. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.
    dhazeltonATmyfairpointDOTcom

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  8. Four stories by some of my favorite authors would be tremendous!
    I am a follower
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  9. Love these authors. They are among my fave Amish writers. What w wonderful giveaway! I follow. Sonja dot nishimoto at gmail dot com

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  10. I love Amish books and love the authors books. Patty.wright1958@G.Mail.com

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  11. I recently read another collection which is where I discovered Amy Clipston. I enjoy both her work and Beth Wiseman's and would be eager to read the other two authors for the first time!

    Thanks for posting this!

    My email is kburne1ATyahooDOTcom

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  12. I have read some good Amish books by Amy Clipston and Kathleen Fuller and would love to read this one. Vivian Furbay jtandviv(at)q(dot)com

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  13. This sounds like a great novella collection I would love to read. I like the heirloom aspect.
    I am an email subscriber of your blog Jo.
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Maryann

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  14. I’ve read a few of these authors before & enjoyed them!
    sleepysarah76(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  15. What an amazing collaboration of authors. Would love to read this novella collection.
    dedezoomsalot at yahoo dotcom

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  16. Sounds like a great group of stories! I would love to read it! bestwineforlast (at) outlook dotcom

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  17. Amish books are a favorite of mine and these authors are all amazing!
    I am a subscriber and follower.
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

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