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Shalom

Shalom

Life now is a new normal for most of us. Some of us are longing for the good old days of last week or a month ago. It helps to keep in mind this won't last forever though it's unprecedented. Your daily routine might look very different from mine but here's what I'm...

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Spring Sale of The Lacemaker!

Spring Sale of The Lacemaker!

The Lacemaker is on sale till the end of March at retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Christianbook.com, etc. My apologies for the late notice as my journal page hasn't been working but is officially fixed as of today. Prepare for a number of backlogged posts...

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Tessa’s Cornbread

In my newest novel, An Uncommon Woman, our heroine, Tessa Swan, is quite a hand at the hearth. Our hero benefits from her rustic culinary skills so she's something of a colonial kitchen diva. Her cornbread recipe is the one I grew up with and still make regularly to...

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Spanish Edition, The Lacemaker

Spanish Edition, The Lacemaker

It's always a delight to see a beloved book with a new face in another language, this time in Spanish with The Lacemaker. I hope Spanish-speaking readers enjoy Liberty and Noble's story & the history within. Thank you Libros de Seda!

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Een Ongewone Vrouw

Een Ongewone Vrouw

When my debut novel released in 2009, I never dreamed my books would make their way to Dutch readers. But the Dutch were the first to pick up The Frontiersman's Daughter as a foreign-rights edition. Over time the covers have changed. Some of the titles have changed,...

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Celestial Blue

In my newly released novel, An Uncommon Woman, I found it fascinating to create a heroine who longs for pretty things but is denied them. In fact, the novel's first line states, "Why could she not quit pondering that flounced petticoat?" Tessa Swan craves feminine...

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