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About dwolters

mama to 4 wonderful kids. live on a farm and raise sheep

“The Promise of a Letter” by Kathleen Fuller, book review

“The Promise of a Letter” by Kathleen Fuller, book review Leeanna is a non-traditional Amish woman. She does not like to cook, clean, can, or garden. And she is not very good at any of these tasks. But she is … Continue reading

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“Get out of that pit” by Beth Moore, book review

“Get out of that pit” by Beth Moore: Straight Talk about God’s Deliverance, book review Many of us, especially women, know Beth Moore from her video Bible Study lessons. She teaches the Bible well and from her heart. This book … Continue reading

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“Freedom’s Ring” by Heidi Chiavaroli, book review

“Freedom’s Ring” by Heidi Chiavaroli, book review This book takes place in Boston and covers two separate time periods- current day (2015) and the American Revolution 1770. The common thread is a ring. 1770 Freedom is in Boston following the … Continue reading

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“Beloved Hope” by Tracie Peterson, book review

“Beloved Hope” by Tracie Peterson, book review Heart of the Frontier, book #2 This is the continuation of the story of the Flanagan sisters: Faith, Hope, and Mercy as they make a new home in the Indian Territory of the … Continue reading

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“The Writing Desk” by Rachel Hauck, book review

Birdie just wants to get her novel published. But her mother and society have declared that it is well past time for her to marry. She is very willing to marry for love, and if her husband will allow her … Continue reading

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“Gathering The Threads” by Cindy Woodsmall, book review

“Gathering the Threads” by Cindy Woodsmall, book review. Amish of Summer Grove #3 Ariana has returned to her Amish home after a long 3 months away in the English world. While away, she longed for the comforts of home and … Continue reading

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“With You Always” by Jody Hedlund, book review

“With You Always” by Jody Hedlund, book review Orphan Train Series #1 1850’s was a time of financial crisis for many and the poor were especially hard hit. Families who had recently arrived in the US to establish a better … Continue reading

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“Just Look Up” by Courtey Walsh, book review

“Just Look Up” by Courtney Walsh, book review Lane Kelly has worked so hard to be successful. And she is! This is the presentation that will get her the promotion. Until her phone rings and she has to go home. … Continue reading

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“The Divide” by Jolina Pertersheim, book review

“The Divide” by Jolina Pertersheim, book review, #2, following “The Alliance” This novel picks up the story 6 months after the Mennonite community has fled to the mountain following the failure of the power grid, and modern life as we … Continue reading

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“Peace in the Valley” by Ruth Logan Herne, book review

“Peace in the Valley” by Ruth Logan Herne, book review- Double S Ranch series #3 Sam Stafford is the heart and soul of Double S Ranch, but his health is not good and in fact, without a serious procedure, he … Continue reading

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