I am Thankful by Linda Maran

I am thankful for finally having a novel published after many years of effort and work. I always wanted to have a book published in the traditional way and am grateful for the blessing. The Stranger When Kristen Esh loses her mom in a tragic accident months before her 18th birthday, she suddenly finds herself among Amish relatives she never knew she had. The dramatic change from the Jersey Shore…

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Unexpected Blessings by Rachel J. Good

Unexpected Blessings By Rachel J. Good   Last Thanksgiving was a stressful one for me because I was dealing with some family and financial struggles. I’d just heard that my publisher planned to close their fiction line, so the book series I’d recently finished writing had been cancelled. I had no idea how I’d support myself over the coming year. After I prayed about my concerns last Thanksgiving, I gave…

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Remembering John Denver through HER ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGHNESS

Julie’s Note: Darlene Franklin is a writing friend with a release that needed some promotion help, and I wanted to help out. I didn’t know on Thursday it was the anniversary of John Denver’s death, and her book pays tribute through her fiction. Check it out! Krystal Black had helped foreign dignitaries before but never was tempted to join their ranks. Prince Johann “John” van Koppelberg came to the Colorado…

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FREE eBooks on Amazon for Limited Time

FREE eBook: ENGAGED, Contemporary romance about surrendering failed dreams. Friday, 10/6 and Saturday, 10/7 https://www.amazon.com/Engaged-Surrendering-Future-Time-Book-ebook/dp/B072K91W25 #romance #fiction #christfic #surrender #amazon #ebook #free #ku #kindleunlimited *** Also FREE: A WALK IN THE VALLEY, for anyone affected by #infertility. October 4-8 https://www.amazon.com/Walk-Valley-Christian-encouragement-infertility-ebook/dp/B06XC36GMV #nonfiction

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A Highland Emerald Excerpt by Brenda B. Taylor

Excerpt: Isle of Mull Scotland, 1486   My father sat in his usual chair in front of the crackling fire, staring at the flame with dim eyes and a fur robe wrapped around his broad shoulders, the deerhound curled at his feet. “Where are you going, Aine?” he asked with his back turned toward the stone, spiral staircase where I stood. “Come, sit with me for awhile.” I pushed the…

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ACFW Fiction Finder: September New Releases

September 2017 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Planting Hope by Brenda S. Anderson — Jess Beaumont is trying to get her separated parents together again by restoring the family cabin gardens that helped them fall in love. Luke Harrison inherited his Gran’s candy store, but would rather have a Vice President position in his family’s land…

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