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Looking Out The Window: Penelope Marzec Talks About Her Latest Book Patriot's Courage, Book Two In Her Patriot's Series. Gives Away A PDF Copy.

  A Warm Welcome to Penelope Marzec Penelope will give away a PDF copy of Patriot's Courage. To enter to win leave a comment and an email address below. Hi Penelope, first tell us a little about yourself. I’m the wife of a retired electrical engineer who plays the accordion. There has always been plenty of music in our house. Our three grown daughters don’t live too far away so we see them often. I spent many years teaching first graders in public school, but I also taught pre-schoolers, which was delightful fun. I sang songs, read stories, painted pictures and played with clay. Some days proved to be a challenge, but most days were full of hugs and smiles. Seeing the children’s progress in learning filled me with joy. I knew I was making a difference. While there was a great deal of responsibility on my shoulders, I looked forward to the job. Now that I am retired from teaching I write, but I also paint and crochet. I’m always busy with an assortment of projects.  Lots of writers

Looking In The Window: Messages: Poems and Short Stories To Live By Free on Amazon

  Find inspiration for our hectic times in these straight-forward poems for happy and sad days. Find history, warmth and a touch of the paranormal in three stories. Getting the Goat peeks into the early 1900's when mountain life was tough. Does Mama's advice hold true today? In Stitches in Love Rose's deep love for her grandmother motivates others to share their gifts. Does Rose reap her reward? Robert Horner is tempted in The Stranger, but does he succumb to the lure? What Readers Are Saying 1. Messages  “...offers readers a peaceful oasis in our fast-paced world.”  2. “This group of poems made me both laugh and cry.”  3. “A beautiful book of stories made to savor. Gail Pallotta has put the magic and comfort back on the written page.”  4.”This book is full of inspiring poems and short stories that will bless your heart!”  5. “Gail’s poems are very uplifting, as well as the short stories.”  Poetry Excerpts "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knoc

Looking Out The Window: Carol Raj Introduces Her New Teen Novel, Charlotte Masterson Gets A Life

  A Warm Welcome to Carol Raj Carol shares the story behind Charlotte Masterson Gets A Life . I always loved books. When I was a child, the greatest punishment I ever got was my father taking away all my books until I earned them back, one by one, with good behavior. My favorite present was a book. But why did my relatives ruin the pristine pages by writing on them? “To Carol. Love, Aunt N and Uncle P.” At the time, it seemed desecration. Now, older and wiser, the books I keep from my childhood, I keep precisely because of those precious inscriptions. It seemed fitting that, after years as a stay-at-home mom, I took a job as a high school library assistant. I pictured myself leading wide-eyed readers to new favorites. But most of the students who came to the library were the disruptive ones the study hall teachers didn’t want to deal with. One girl wanted a book on state laws. What did she want to look up? Statutory rape. Her boyfriend was eighteen and she was only fifteen. Was it wort

Looking Out The Window: The American Christian Fiction Writers September New Releases

  More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website . Contemporary Romance: Until I Met You by Tari Faris -- Libby Kingsley dreams of a new life and a new library for the charming small town of Heritage, MI. Things get complicated when her big ideas threaten Austin Williams' blueprints and his plan to leave town unattached. (Contemporary Romance from Revell - A Division of Baker Publishing Group) A Love Redeemed by Lisa Jordan -- They agreed to help each other out. No one mentioned falling in love. Back home after losing her job, Isabella Bradley plans to stay only long enough to save her father’s diner, but she can’t do it alone. Her childhood friend Tucker Holland has the perfect solution—he will renovate the diner if she’ll be a nanny for his twins. But as Isabella and Tucker reconnect, their arrangement begins to feel a lot less temporary… (Contemporary Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin]) Contemporary:   The E