10,000 pins giveaway!

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To celebrate 10,000 pins of historic dress on Pinterest, I’m giving away an ARC (advanced reader copy) of Love’s Awakening and a bookmark! If you’d like to enter, please join in by… *Tweeting about it *Sharing on Facebook *Leaving a comment here *If you’re not on Twitter or Facebook, just leave a comment anyway! Winner announced this Friday, August 2 Happy …

The Blacksmith’s Daughter

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Just wanted to share Eden’s new Dutch cover with you here. I think the title is The Blacksmith’s Daughter but am not sure! I absolutely love the rustic building in the background as well as the hills/mountain. Very thankful for my Dutch readers! The French edition is coming soon. I’ll be sure to share that, too, once I have it in hand. …

Pin of the week

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The Staircase of the London Residence of the Painter Pieter Christoffel Wonder (1780-1852)

Praise

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Praise is powerful! When Scottish pastor Robert Murray McCheyne was troubled with a coldness of heart toward the things of the Lord, he would sing the praises of God until he felt revived in his spirit. Those in his household were often able to tell what hour he awoke because he began the day with a psalm of praise. One …

A last look at Scotland and Spain…

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I’m finally finished developing all those photos from the Scotland/Spain trip and stuffing them into albums. Thought I’d post a few favorites here before tucking those memories away… Spent my last day on the Isle of Mull here at Duart Castle. Legend has it that the laird of this castle, incensed by his barren wife, rowed her out to a tiny island and her left …

What are you reading?

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Just finished It Happened at the Fair by Deeanne Gist. Now getting ready to read Kristen Heitzmann’s The Rose Legacy. What are you reading right now?

Little lame lamb

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While I was in Scotland recently I came across this little lame lamb trying to keep up with its mother. He kept bleating as if telling her to wait for him. Something was wrong with its leg and he could only go for short stretches, limping all the way. I felt so sorry for him. I wanted to rescue him but lambs …