I am so excited to share with you that my September release, HIDDEN is now available for pre-order on Amazon Kindle. This book will also be available through other vendors–both in print and in ebook. I will share those purchase buttons when they go “live.” In the meantime, I thought that I’d share Kelly Irvin’s response to this inspirational romantic suspense.
Hidden gives us a glimpse into a world where domestic and international terrorism lurk around every corner, but it’s the evil that’s personal and intimate that ultimately provides the true test of her well drawn characters. A lovely romance between a complicated woman and a big hearted man, tension that builds steadily to a fever pitch, and a story of faith rediscovered make Hidden an engaging read. ~Kelly Irvin
Pre-order your Kindle copy today for just $3.99.
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Amish, Mystery and Suspense Novels
Who likes housework? Raise your hand and keep it up until you finish reading this blog. Ha ha.
Well, I kind of do like housework. It makes me happy to do it, and I love when it’s done. The problem is that I’m kind of busy! Aren’t we all? So how do we simplify this time-consuming task that never ends?
- I like the one room a day strategy. This usually works for me. Now, it might take me 2 weeks to go through each room – because I count halls, etc. But it breaks it down to a manageable level, and at the end of two weeks my house is pretty clean! Also, it doesn’t take too much time each day.
- Another thing I’ve tried is doing one task each day – I’ll vacuum on Monday, dust on Tuesday, etc. This works too.
- Sometimes I will clean the entire house at once. Ack! I’m so tired when I do that. Usually it’s when we’re having someone over for dinner. The NICE thing is that after they leave, my house is really clean.
- Hire a maid. Well. I haven’t tried this one, and it’s not very “Amish” but a girl can dream!
One Amish proverb I read went like this
Keeping a neat house is like threading beads on a string with no knot on it.
What do you do to help with the housecleaning? Any special tips? Share them with us in the COMMENT section.
Cleaning made SIMPLE? Ha! http://t.co/tFxBP1gXJQ
— Vannetta Chapman (@VannettaChapman) August 26, 2014