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Looking Out the Window: Texas-Brides Mail-Order Style—Five of Them. Meet the Midwest Christian Romance Authors. Read Excerpts and Find Links for Free Books Below

A Warm Welcome to the Midwest Christian Romance Authors Mildred Colvin, Jamie Adams, Linda Cushman and Regina Tittel Introducing Their Texas Brides Mail-Order Style Series See links for free books from some of their earlier selections on Amazon and a Smashwords code for free copies of Mail- Order Shotgun Wedding. Each author shares an excerpt below. Introducing the Group Midwest Christian Romance Authors is a group of four women who live in the Midwest and write, encourage, and edit each other’s work. Three of us met for the first time in Mammoth Spring, Arkansas when we toured the beautiful historic Frisco depot and grounds for the railroad. As a result, we each wrote a novella called In Mammoth Spring, AR. A year later, three of us, although not the same three, met in Warsaw, Missouri, at the Truman Lake Visitor Center located on Kaysinger Bason. Later, all four wrote another series that became a sequel to our first series, In Warsaw, MO. Since that beginning, ou

Looking Out the Window: Gay Lewis Talks About Sarah and the Double Wedding Woes, the Latest in Her Series of Sarah Books about a Bumbling, Match-Making Angel. She Will Give Away an e-Book.

A Warm Welcome to Gay Lewis  To enter to win the eBook of Sarah and the Double Wedding Woes  leave a comment and an email address below.   Hi Gay, first, tell us a little about yourself. I’m a retired interior designer, a current pastor’s wife, and mother to grown children. Two daughters live near me in Texas, and one moved to Kentucky. I live in a small town west of Houston but drive to the city for shopping. My driving record scares everyone, including me. As I write this, my husband is in the garage trying to repair my latest scrape with the side of our garage. I told him a few minutes ago that I’d leave the car outside from now on and let him park inside for me. Scraping the garage is a habit and I hate leaving scars on the fender. He patiently buffs them out. Sigh. I’ve done this several times. Good luck with the car and the garage. When it comes to cars, you're a writer, right? Many writers were avid readers as children. How about you? If so, what did you rea

Looking Out the Window: Michelle Griep Talks About Her New Book, Out Of The frying Pan. Shares a Yummy Recipe

A Warm Welcome to Michelle Griep Out of the Frying Pan , what a cute title! How appropriate that  Michelle shares a recipe. She also gives us a favorite Bible verse Zula’s Siren Cinnamon Muffins I love to cook, so getting into character for my latest co-authored release, Out of the Frying Pan, was particularly fun. Main character Zula Hopkins is renowned for her sweet culinary skills at the Sunset Paradise Retirement Community. These muffins are her go-to recipe for attracting male suitors—and it’s the first thing she whips up to garner the attention of Detective Jared Flynn for her niece KC. Here’s the recipe . . . Siren Cinnamon Muffins 2 cups flour ¾ cup sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda pinch of salt ¾ cup buttermilk ¼ cup melted butter 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 large egg 8 ounces sour cream 2/3 cup cinnamon chips Streusel: 1 package instant cinnamon oatmeal 1. Preheat ove