Hope in the Land
Isn’t that where every idea starts? It’s certainly what keeps me writing.
When I first proposed writing Amish historical novels, the idea was three books. The Amish Turns of Time series would include three novels set in the 1910s exploring three different issues in Amish history. Wonderful Lonesome, Meek and Mild, and Brightest and Best came to be. The Amish Turns of Time series was complete. Ah. A sigh of satisfaction.
But I had more ideas. (That’s sort of an occupational hazard, actually.) And my publisher was interested in …
Love does not have an accent …
Dr. Adelina Roseland has worked ten years in research as an accent reduction specialist to attain her dream job. But a secret wager to transform Appalachian cattle farmer Reese Mitchell into corporate material challenges Adelina in ways she never expected, threatening her new position.
For one, Adelina didn’t plan for the faith and friction of Reese, or the unexpected influence of his chaotic family. Now, drawn into a culture she’d tried to forget, Adelina finds the warmth of family, the hope of faith, and the joy of love melting away the deep …
Author Pens Worst Book Promo Ever
Jenny B. Jones
I started crafting this post to tell you about my new book I’ll Be Yours. So I will tell you about it: it’s a YA, it’s hopefully funny, it’s about a nerd girl’s first love, it’s about American football, and it’s about broken people trying to put it all back together again when nothing can truly be the same.
I wrote three posts about the book, but scrapped them all, as I kept coming back to the words I really wanted to say …