Welcome to my official webpage. Can you believe it’s back to school time already? Maybe you have children or grandchildren in school. Perhaps you work in a school or someone in your family does (if so, THANK YOU). Either way, we’re celebrating with a $1.99 ebook sale of Hidden and Protected.
I’m also happy to remind you that my newest novella released a few weeks ago. This 70 page story introduces you to the fictional Amish community of Cody’s Creek, Oklahoma. The collection is Plain & Simple Miracles (#plainmiracles) and includes this e-book only novella and 3 full length books which will be available in e-book and paperback. These stories of love and family and Amish community in Oklahoma tell of the miracles that can happen when lives are lived in service to God and to one another.
Brian’s Choice is the story of Brian Walker, a college professor living in California. When tragedy strikes, he leaves his home in search of forgiveness and faith. His choice to live in Cody’s Creek and become Amish changes everything.
This is a story about the miracle of faith, the solace of love, and our ability to forgive and be forgiven. I hope you’ll give it a try!
It's a back 2 school ebook sale! Check it out at http://t.co/S3g58ePGPt
— Vannetta Chapman (@VannettaChapman) August 20, 2015
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I’m writing this blog on August 28th, and I’m dreaming about fall! The temperature here in central Texas has hung around 100 for the past … 60 days or so. Last night at 9 pm it was still 90! I’m not complaining. I love Texas, but I find myself daydreaming about fall. So I thought we’d share some fun fall spots, and you can comment with places you like to visit and/or things you like to do.
- I’ve been to Shipshewana many times, but I’ve never been to the corn maze. This thing is amazing! I read that it’s done with the help of GPS. Shipshewana is located in NE Indiana and it’s a lovely spot to visit. (If you end up at the corn maze, please send me a picture!)
I’ve also been down the Pumpkinvine Trail a few times. I’ve even ridden bikes there, but never in the fall. I think it would be lovely! You can catch the trail in several spots–including Middlebury and Shipshewana.
- I’ve been to Lancaster, PA but not in the fall. Their Harvest Days look like a lot of fun!
Now it’s your turn. What’s one of your favorite things to do in the fall? It can be a place you like to visit, or something you enjoy doing in your own hometown. Tell us about it!
— Vannetta Chapman (@VannettaChapman) August 28, 2015