Like Audio Books? You’ll Love Home on Huckleberry Hill!

Do you love listening to audiobooks? Home on Huckleberry Hill, Book 9 in The Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill series, was recently released on audiobook, and I think you're going to like it. :) Click here to listen to a sample. I'd love to know what you think.
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Andrew Now Available!

Andrew, the first book in my new series, is here! You'll laugh and cry, and you'll fall in love with Andrew, Mary, and two incorrigible twin brothers who just want their old bedroom back. Things at the Petersheim house are getting too crowded for eight-year-old twins Alfie and Benji. As if things weren’t bad enough with three older brothers hogging all the bacon at breakfast and using more...
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A Daughter’s Truth by Laura Bradford

| By Laura Bradford | Greetings! Jennifer was kind enough to invite me here today to tell you a wee bit about my newly released women’s fiction novel, A Daughter’s Truth. For me, A Daughter’s Truth is about those moments in life that come out of nowhere and shake us to the core, leaving us to wonder who we are and how we will keep going. Sometimes, as is the case for Emma Lapp, that big...
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Sweet as Honey–Walmart Special Edition

I have some exciting news. Starting March 1, Walmart is now offering Sweet as Honey, the first book in the Honeybee Sisters series, as a special edition at a special price! You'll find Sweet as Honey at most Walmart stores or you can click here to buy at the special Walmart price.  If you haven't read The Honeybee Sisters series, you are in for a real treat! Lily, Poppy, and Rose Christner,...
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An Amish Farm in Ohio

When I went to Ohio in June for Shelley Shepard Gray and Amy Clipston's Girlfriend Getaway, I got to visit an Amish farm. It was so much fun to feed the animals, take a buggy ride, and eat the ice cream. There was also a very gute cheese factory nearby. Don't worry. I got some cheese too. I really liked the goats. I did a lot of research on goats when I wrote "The Christmas Bakery on Huckleberry...
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Every Quilt Tells a Story

I absolutely love quilts. When I was growing up, my mom would often set up a quilt for my sisters and me to tie. We grew so close as a family as we tied quilts and visited with each other. One of the reasons I love quilts is because each quilt has a story to tell. I want to share just a few of my family’s quilts with you. This is a t-shirt quilt I made for one of my daughters. She played...
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My Shipshewana Trip

On October 5 and 6 I had the wonderful opportunity to be in Shipshewana, Indiana for two fun and exciting readers’ events. My dear husband and faithful traveling companion came with me and took lots of pictures. On Friday, Oct. 5, Sarah Price, Patricia Davids, and I participated in a book signing at J. Farvers Bookstore at “The Big Red Barn” in Shipshewana. Sarah Price, Patricia Davids,...
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Ohio Readers Event

In June, I had the privilege of attending the Girlfriend Getaway in Sugarcreek, Ohio hosted by Amy Clipston and Shelley Shepard Gray. Eleven Amish authors and over 150 readers attended the getaway, and we had a blast. My husband was kind enough to come with me because I’m a nervous traveler. We flew into Columbus, rented a car, and drove the hour and forty minutes to Sugarcreek through some of...
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The Old Washing Machine

| By Richard Gappmayer, Jennifer's dad | When I was growing up, my mother could not do the laundry because the two-tub washer was in the basement and she had rheumatoid arthritis. She was confined to a wheelchair many times in her life. One of my brothers or I did the washing. About this time the automatic washer was brought onto the market. It was new and had to be bolted to the floor because...
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