Thank you for taking time to check out my book blog!
I hope what you see and read here is a blessing to you.
I enjoy reading and I am especially happy to have found Amish Fiction. Popular literature takes so many more liberties now with language and behavior and I do not enjoy reading about it. Amish fiction is perfect for me. I long for a simpler life myself so it’s nice to escape into the pages of an Amish novel and imagine myself there, even for a short time.
I completed the first draft of my very first novel during the National Novel Writing Month Challenge in 2013 with 50,310 words and learned that I really enjoy writing. My novel is titled “Emma’s Christmas Quilt” and it is Amish Fiction (you might have already expected that). Perhaps some day it will be published!
I belong to several writer’s organizations, including those shown below:
I also review books — lots of books — here on my BookShelf blog. A special feature I created several years ago features one special author for an entire month, and reviewing most of the author’s books.
I am also a member of several street teams. Many authors switch out members each year. Over the past several years, I have been on teams for Jennifer Beckstrand, Rachel L. MIller, Melanie Dickerson,JC Morrows, Ane Mulligan, Valerie Comer, Elizabeth Byler Younts, Dana Mentink, Amy Clipston,Vannetta Chapman, Sarah Price, Jean C. Gordon, and James R. Callan.
Below are just a few of my favorite street team logos:
I also review books for the following:
In November, I felt God telling me to write a novel about my personal journey through reading the Bible in a year. I’m hoping to begin this soon.
God bless you!
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