Pioneer Christmas Collection
Mattie’s father is missing, and she now has
the responsibility of protecting and feeding her two sisters. She
prefers buckskin to calico and a rifle to a soup spoon but she never wanted to be head of the family. They live in a tipi, always traveling, and her father
kept them away from other people. He always warned her not to trust men. But when her youngest sister is injured, can she set aside her reservations, and seek help from the handsome Irish man on whose land they
are illegally living?…
A Pioneer Christmas–an anthology
A Pioneer Christmas is an anthology of stories. Journey along with American settlers who learn that despite where the trail takes them or how primitive their lodgings may be Christmas is all about the heart. Determined to honor Christ’s birth, these pioneers find a way to make Christmas happen in places like a cave, a tipi, and a dugout.
Modern readers will enjoy a peek into life before commercialism took over the sacred day, distracting us
from the true blessings of faith, hope, and love. Enjoy nine original novellas of Christmas romance as penned from many of today’s leading Christian authors.
Stitched With Love Romance Collection
Faced with finding the right fit in life and love, nine young women seek the
courage to stitch together romance. But when unexpected obstacles
abound, will love unravel before their eyes?
Authors: Vickie McDonough, Andrea Boeshaar, and others
Bio: Vickie McDonough is an award-winning author of 26 books and novellas. Her novels include the fun and feisty Texas Boardinghouse Brides series and the 3rd & 6th books in the Texas Trails series. Her novel, Long Trail Home, won the Inspirational category of the 2012 Booksellers’ Best Awards.
Andrea Boeshaar is an author of over 40 books with ONE MILLION COPIES SOLD! The three components in all her stories are faith, family, and forever relationships. She also blogs and writes devotionals and magazine articles with the hope of encouraging women wherever they are in their spiritual journeys.
Today it's a real pleasure to review the latest release of my writing peer, and publisher, Roseanna White.
One of the many things I like about WhiteFire is they publish books that some would call edgy Christian fiction–I prefer the term, realistic.
The wrong things happen in life, and that's why we need the Savior. But in WhiteFire Publishing, while these issues happen within the story, the story must always point back to the need for Jesus Christ to wash away our sins. That's what happens within the pages of Jewel of Persia which I rated 5 stars.
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End of the Trail
About End of the Trail: Brooks Morgan is quick on the draw, but his weapon of choice is his smile. He’s smart and witty and has charmed his way through much of life, but now that he’s growing older—and a bit wiser—he wants to stop drifting and settle down. He sees his chance when he wins Raven Creek Ranch in a poker game, but when he goes to claim his prize, a pretty, young woman with a shotgun says the ranch belongs to her. Brooks isn’t leaving his one and only chance to make something of his life—but neither is she. Can they reach an agreement? Or will a greedy neighbor force a showdown, causing them both to lose they want most in life?
Vickie McDonough is an award-winning author. Her novel, Long Trail Home, was a finalist in the 2012 Booksellers’ Best Awards, and her books have won the Inspirational Reader’s Choice Contest, Texas Gold, the ACFW Noble Theme contest, and she has been a multi-year finalist in ACFW’s BOTY/Carol Awards. She is the author of the fun and feisty Texas Boardinghouse Brides series from Barbour Publishing and author of Long Trail Home and End of the Trail, books 3 & 6 in the Texas Trails series by Moody Publishers, in which she partners with Susan Page Davis and Darlene Franklin to write the series which spans 50 years of the Morgan family.
“Picture yourself seated in a comfortable chair. A luscious Latin melody dances in the background as you spend a few hours with a dear friend. Her smile embraces you like a warm hug. Her openness encourages you to share your heart. And her words of wisdom challenge you to follow the God of boundless love.
This golden afternoon mirrors the experience of reading Janet Perez Eckles’ Simply Salsa: Dancing Without Fear at God’s Fiesta. The book takes a refreshing look at the Christ-life—with a unique Latina flair. Authenticity drives this project, whose author shares her wisdom through real-life stories with a sprinkling of Spanish (translations provided).
The choices and challenges Eckles has faced include everything from life in a new land and language at the vulnerable age of twelve to the crushing loss of an adult son to the heartbreaking news of her own impending blindness.
Reader-focused questions and challenges enhance the book’s conversational feel. The author’s gentle humor and transparency allow readers to learn and laugh without finger-pointing or lectures.
Reader-focused questions and challenges enhance the book’s conversational feel.
As one recent reader said, ‘Janet may be blind, but something tells me she sees more than most of us’.”
M— Marti Pieper, Book Doctor/Writer/Editor
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