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Utah Readers Luncheon Registration Is Open

On Saturday, October 8, I will be hosting a table at the Utah Readers Luncheon at the Marriott Courtyard in Layton, Utah. Will you join me? There is room for 9 guests at my table. I hope you will be one of them. If you haven’t been to a reader’s luncheon before, you are in for a real treat! Each of my guests will receive a goody basket of books and other treats, including an advanced reader...
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Preorder 25% Off Special

Barnes and Noble is offering 25% off ALL preorders from April 20-22. If you haven't preordered your copy of His Amish Sweetheart yet, you can get it for the next three days at 25% off by using the promo code: PREORDER25 The twins are determined to find their brother Austin a wife, even if they have to set something on fire to do it. Don't miss this hilarious and romantic tale of friendship,...
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Books I Read in 2021

Well, the year is almost over. Was it better than 2020 or worse? I had a great year. I wrote three books, started a new pen name (Jen Spencer), and read lots of wonderful books. Here is a list of most of the books I read this year, with a quote or note about each one. The starred books are the ones I highly recommend. The ones with two stars are the books I think you absolutely MUST READ in 2022....
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Charity Endures All Things

This is the last post in my "Year of Charity." It's appropriate that the year ends with us studying "Charity Endures All Things." I have thought deeply about what it means to endure all things and how endurance relates to charity. We endure hardship, persecution, and trials for the glory of God, but they will only be for His glory if we endure them well. Jesus endured unspeakable pain and anguish...
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Charity Endures All Things

This month in my "Year of Charity," I would like to explore "Charity endureth all things." What does it mean to endure, and how does that relate to love? Endure means to bear without resistance or with patience. Patience is definitely an aspect of love, but I think there is more to endurance than patience. We hear phrases like "Endure it well," or "Endure with grace," or "Endure to the end." This...
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More Amish Christmas Miracles Is Here!

It's release day for More Amish Christmas Miracles! Ten heartwarming Christmas stories by ten of your favorite Amish authors! You can purchase it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Join us for a Facebook Release Party tonight, Nov. 9 at 6:45 p.m. Eastern Discover more miracles in Amish country! Curl up in front of the fire, wrap yourself in a fluffy blanket, and treat yourself to this collection of...
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Charity Hopeth All Things

In our "Year of Charity," I am exploring the different aspects of charity as mentioned in 1 Corinthians 13. What does it mean to say that charity hopes all things? Here are some things I'd like to think about: How is faith different from hope? Where should our hope be centered? What does hope have to do with love? I feel like we live in very trying times. We are still dealing with a terrible...
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