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WINNERS

Afternoon everyone,

We have our winners from my latest giveaway. The two winners will receive a copy of Wanda Brunstetter's latest book The Seekers.

I want to thank all those who entered and congratulations to the following winners.

Megan Parsons  and Christine Kilner. Please send me your address to tinaloveless45@gmail.com so we can mail out your books.


Wanda Brunstetter Q&A and Giveaway!

It is my pleasure and honor to have had Wanda answer a few questions for us. Thank you Wanda for taking the time out of your schedule to let us know what you have been doing and what inspires you to write. 







Wanda Brunstetter Q&A

QUESTION 1: When is the earliest that you remember having a passion for writing? Response: From the time I began reading I started writing short stories and poems. I had an imagination as a child. When I was in second grade I wrote a poem about a moth. My teacher thought it was good and said I might someday become an author. That little seed she planted encouraged me to keep writing.

QUESTION 2: From all of the different genres that you could have chosen, how did you decide upon Amish life as your primary focus? Response: I chose the Amish life to write about because through my husband, who has a Mennonite background, I met and became friends with many Amish people, whom we have come to know and love. I have a deep respect for the Plain People, and I want my re…

Written In Love

EXCERPT
"What's got you so out of sorts"? "Nix" " I don't believe you, " she said. I don't care. "Really I'm fine. Everything's fine. Other than this weather." "Yeah, it's a mess out there." She looked toward the window, then back at him. "That's not what's got you bent out of shape, though." She was relentless as her mother. "I'm just....deep in thought." "About what?" "Karen, it's none of your business."

After her bishop tells her that being a single mom is a sin and demands she marry within the community, Phoebe decides that she and her son must leave home.
Phoebe knew that she could never marry someone unless it was for love. She quickly decides to leave her community and move in with her Aunt, who doesn't seem to be welcoming as Phoebe had thought. She soon realizes that living with her Aunt is not going to be the escape  she needs, but insists on …