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March is supposed to bring in strong winds and warmer weather. I hope that comes your way very soon. Even in Texas it is still icy and cold!
So this month I thought I’d share with you A Home for Lydia, which opens in May with warming temperatures and a group of guest cottages desperately in need of repair. The special March price is $10. It’s the 2nd book in my Pebble Creeks series, but can be read as a stand-alone story. In order to receive the special price, click here and use the BUY NOW box on the left hand side of the page.
Amish Romance and Mystery Novels
For the month of March we are focusing on books! I am an avid reader, and I think most of you are too. Below I’m going to share 3 of the books I’ve read recently. In the COMMENTS section (button is near the title of the blog) feel free to share something you’ve read recently. I’m sure others would be interested.
Year of Plenty. I don’t read many nonfiction books, but I really enjoyed this one. It’s the story of a Presbyterian preacher and his family. They decide to change some of their consumer habits. Their motto becomes – buy it used, buy it local, use homemade or use home grown. It’s a fun story and it definitely caused me to pause and reconsider some of my habits.
The Book Thief. This is one of the best written books I’ve read in several years. It’s the story of a young German girl during the Hitler years. Not necessarily a “Christian” book, it still does a wonderful job of showing the trials and triumphs of that time period.
These are just 3 of the books I’ve enjoyed over the last few weeks. I’d love to hear what you’re reading.