Tuesday, May 1, 2018

A Spring Surprise ~ Do You Like Amish Suspense? {Cover Reveal!}

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I have been reading Amish fiction for well over a decade, and I love it. They are people with the joys and problems of all of us, except their conservative-by-choice lifestyle adds another dimension to fiction. I'll admit, there are a lot of choices they make that I admire. {I'm planning a blog series about that for this summer.} 

This September, my first Amish suspense releases. Fifteen years ago, when I was curled up on the couch reading Beverly Lewis, I never dreamed I would write Amish fiction.

Sarah's story was one that brought me to both tears and smiles, and she's a strong woman who's endured life's trials with faith. I'm eager for you to meet her! 

From the back cover ~

His past is a mystery to everyone…
except for the men trying to kill him.
When a snowmobile accident leaves a man injured and with no memory, Amish widow Sarah Burkholder and her young daughter rescue him. Even as Sarah’s feelings for him grow, they discover unknown assailants are after him—and Sarah and her little girl for helping him.
But if he can remember who he is, he might just save all their lives.

Amish Country Amnesia (Love Inspired Suspense) is now available for pre-order on Amazon HERE. Pre-orders really do help an author. Excellent sales numbers indicate to a publisher that readers like a particular author's books thus helping the author sell future books.

Thank you to my faithful readers, and thank you to the new readers! I am grateful for each of you.

Do you read Amish suspense? What do you think of the cover? Does she look apprehensive enough? :)

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  1. Hi Meghan! I hope you are doing well! I'm very behind in visiting blogs due to being sick recently.
    Anyway, I used to be into Amish suspense many years ago ( I used to love Beverly Lewis) until I became a plain conservative Christian and became friends with an Amish lady who is married to a conservative Mennonite.

  2. I volunteer at our Friends of the Library Book Den, and I picked up your Deadly Disclosure there last time I was in. :)


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