May Special

Amish fiction, Pebble Creek Series, Special Sale Price Comments: 2

pebble creekDo you enjoy reading on your back porch? I do! At the end of the day, I want to grab a snack and glass of iced tea, mosey out to the porch, and read in peace and quite for a little while. Of course, it doesn’t always work out that way.

Once a month, I’d like to offer you a special price, and this month that special offer is for my Pebble Creek series. A Promise for Miriam, A Home for Lydia, and A Wedding for Julia introduce the Amish community of Pebble Creek, Wisconsin, and the kind, caring people there. As they face challenges to their community from the English world, they come together to reach out to their non-Amish neighbors while still preserving their cherished Plain ways. The special low price is $10 (plus tax and $2.50 for shipping), and of course I will autograph it for you and include some bookmarks. This is 30% less than the book is currently being offered on Amazon, so I hope you will take advantage of the offer. Choose the book you’d like, fill in the autograph to box, and click BUY NOW. You’ll be taken to a secure Paypal site where you can enter your credit card or debit card number.


A Promise for Miriam

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A Home for Lydia

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A Wedding for Julia

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Now get ye to the back porch, and enjoy some rest. And while you’re there–happy reading! Blessings,


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2 thoughts on “May Special

  1. Judy Corbin.

    In the evenings my back porch is too hot to sit and relax, that’s the morning spot! Afternoons are for the front porch at my hose with neighbors stopping by to sit a spell and visit. Very seldom, especially in the late spring and during the summer, do we not have Simone stopping by just to say hello. I also relax and read on the front porch. It is the only one covered from the weather. Loved the Pebble Creek series. Still love reading your books!

  2. Juanita Cook

    Enjoy reading on the back oorch in the early morning when the weather is nice, not raining or too hot out. Have enjoyed all your books that I have read.