Free Amish and Historical Romances ~ No Strings Attached!

Update March 28 In this time of self-isolation, many Christian authors are offering their Kindle books free, just to bless readers in this time of uncertainty.  Take this opportunity to fill up your e-reader with good books that glorify God. Amish Fiction and Historical Romance are fun to read, especially if you’re feeling a little isolated in this time of quarantine! Fortunately, we still have electricity, telephone, the Internet, and our Kindles! These books are offered by generous authors who want to bless readers. You can “buy” them free through Amazon, and you can read some of them with your Kindle Unlimited subscription, which is a nice way to bless the author, since the authors still get paid when you read them that way!  It would be really nice to leave a review, too. It doesn’t have to be a long review – just a quick note to say that you enjoyed the book.  It’s not required, though… these books are free, with no strings attached! Remember that most of them are only free for a few days, so be sure to check the prices before you buy them.   Amish Fiction A Sugarcreek Amish Romance (Amish of Sugarcreek Romance Read More

Amish Cooking with Rachel J. Good

Are you a creative cook? It should be easy for most of us. We have year-round access to foods from all over the world, in and out of season. We have refrigerators, stoves and a variety of electric appliances.  Best of all… we have Pinterest! And if we don’t cook, we can still order pizza, right? How creative would you be without all those conveniences? Day after day, three meals a day? I’d probably do great for one week and then we’d starve. My creativity is not manifested in the kitchen, so I asked Rachel J. Good, author of best-selling Amish romances, to tell us how her Amish friends do it. Hi Rachel! What inspired you to write Amish fiction? I grew up near Lancaster, and later when I worked in the library, we had many Amish patrons. I especially loved the Amish children who came to my storytimes. My best friend gave part of her farmland as a right-of-way to an Amish school, so we enjoy watching the children walking or driving their small pony carts to school. I now have many Amish friends in Lancaster County, who have invited me into their homes and lives. I admire their Read More