Monthly Archives: June 2015

Monday’s Mention

Two Roads Home is book 2 of A Chicory Inn Novel Series by Deborah Raney; however, it works well as a standalone also. Corinne Pennington is feeling out of sorts and not really sure why. Things are wonderful; she has … Continue reading

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Friday’s Fiction

Silver Spurs, book 2 of the Horses and Friends Series by Miralee Ferrell. Even though written for a young (pre-tween and tween) audience, it is an enjoyable book for all ages. Kate Ferris and her family have recently moved to … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

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Friday’s fiction

A Blessing for Miriam by Jerry Eicher is the second book in the Land of Promise Series. Miriam Yoder, first introduced in Miriam’s Secret, Book One in the Land of Promise Series, has become a schoolteacher and is still living … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

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Tuesday’s Tale

Irish Meadows is the first book written by Susan Anne Mason and is the first book in the series, Courage To Dream. Irish Meadows is the Long Island farm home of the O’Leary’s in 1911.  Brianna and Colleen, the two … Continue reading

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Fiction Free Friday

The Chocolate Diaries by Karen Scalf Linamen is a book for all women who have been on this journey called life. Karen does a wonderful job in The Chocolate Diaries of injecting her own life’s battles; such as bouts of … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

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Tuesday’s Tale

A Simple Prayer (Hearts of the Lancaster Grand Hotel) by Amy Clipston is book four of the series.  (I must have a penchant for jumping in the middle of a series, as I seem to do this frequently!) Linda Zook … Continue reading

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Friday’s Fiction

Reservations for Two: A Novel of Fresh Flavors and New Horizons (Two Blue Doors) by Hillary Manton Lodge is book two of the Two Blue Doors Trilogy. Juliette D’Alisa is planning the opening of her new restaurant, Two Blue Doors. … Continue reading

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