31 Verses To Write On Your Heart By: Liz Curtis Higgs


Here are the words of hope you’re looking for when your faith needs a boost or a friend needs encouragement. Chosen by more than a thousand women as their favorite verses in the Bible, each one is worth learning, worth sharing, worth remembering.

You’ll find verses you already know and love: I can do all this through him who gives me strength (Philippians 4:13). Others may be less familiar but are no less powerful: Fear of man will prove to be a snare, but whoever trusts in the Lord is kept safe (Proverbs 29:25). All of them capture the truth of God’s goodness, mercy, and love for His own.

Best-selling author Liz Curtis Higgs invites you to experience A deeper, richer understanding of thirty-one treasured verses. A fresh look at how these timeless truths can impact your life. A new passion for memorizing Scripture, verse by verse. Thirty-one creative ways to keep them in your heart forever. With a Study Guide included, 31 Verses to Write on Your Heart is a daily devotional and a small group Bible study, wrapped in a lovely gift book overflowing with joy!”


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My Review:

For starters can I just gush over how gorgeous this book cover is? I love the colors, the roses and the pretty vase. But let me tell you that what is inside the book is even more beautiful and perfect.

This book is a fantastic book for both personal devotions or small group study. I have really enjoyed delving deeper into the verses, and the personal invitation to write the verses on my own heart. I found many favorite verses included. It was pure joy reading Liz’s thoughts and studying with her the various passages.

At the end of each chapter you will find an invitation to look up the verses in different versions of the Bible and a blank space to write the verse yourself right in the book with your favorite version of the text. I really appreciated this being included and enjoyed reading different versions and discovering which one spoke to my heart!

This book fits perfectly in my worship bag. I’m sure you will love this book as much as I have. Bottom line, I love this book!

(I own a copy of this delightful book. I was not asked to review this book. The opinions expressed are my own.)


Favorite Quote(s):

“Open the Bible to any page, and your eyes will land on truth.”
“From God’s point of view, love & faithfulness are inseparable”


About the Author:

Liz-beside-red-door-CROP-300-224x300At heart “I have three abiding passions: encouraging my sisters in Christ, exploring the stories of women in the Bible, and writing novels set in Scotland of old. When I’m not traveling, speaking, or spinning a story, I connect with readers online, take copious photos, read historical novels, watch period films, and immerse myself in research—the more books, the merrier.

I’m a lame housekeeper, a marginal cook, and a mediocre gardener, but home is still my favorite place to land.” –

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Liz Curtis Higgs is a favorite author of mine. Have you had the chance to read any of her books? If so, which book(s) have you read?

An Awakened Heart (An Orphan Train Novella) by: Jody Hedlund


Trying to heal the ache she feels in her empty life, wealthy Christine Pendleton decides to volunteer at Centre Street Chapel. Ministering to one of the most deprived parts of New York City, the chapel aims at making a difference in the lives of the impoverished immigrants flooding the city. After seeing firsthand the hopelessness of the poor women and orphans, Christine is convinced more can be done to help them.

Guy Bedell has been serving at the chapel and pouring his heart out for the people he’s grown to care about. When Christine begins to challenge his methods and offers a new vision for reaching out to the community, can he trust that perhaps God has bigger plans in store for him–plans that may include this feisty socialite?


My Review:

An Awakened Heart is a fantastic introduction into the new series by Jody Hedlund.  I have always enjoyed Orphan Train stories, pair that with Jody Hedlund’s writing and you have a solid gold story!

Traveling into the poorest neighborhoods of New York city thru the eyes of Christine Pendleton, my heart broke for the impoverished immigrants. I cheered her efforts and enjoyed the budding love story between her and Guy Bedell.

I am looking forward to reading With You Always set to release this June!  You won’t want to miss reading this fantastic introduction to the Orphan Train series.

I downloaded the free kindle version of An Awakened Heart from Amazon. I am not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have shared are my own.


Favorite Quote:

“But they were trapped like moths in a lantern globe. No matter how frantically they beat their wings, they had no place to fly.”


About the Author:

JodyHedlundWinner of the 2016 Christian Book Award for fiction and Christy Award for historical romance, best-selling author Jody Hedlund writes inspirational historical romances for both youth and adults.

Jody lives in central Michigan with her husband, five busy children, and five spoiled cats. Although Jody prefers to experience daring and dangerous adventures through her characters rather than in real life, she’s learned that a calm existence is simply not meant to be (at least in this phase of her life!).

When she’s not penning another of her page-turning stories, she loves to spend her time reading, especially when it also involves consuming coffee and chocolate.

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 With You Always (Orphan Train #1) Available for pre-order from Amazon. Release date: June 6, 2017

 An Awakened Heart (Orphan Train Novella)  Free on Amazon for the Kindle.

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The Captive Heart by: Michelle Griep

“What’s not to love about The Last of the Mohicans meets The Patriot?” – Michelle Griep


Proper English governess Eleanor Morgan flees to the colonies to escape the wrath of a brute of an employer. When the Charles Town family she’s to work for never arrives to collect her from the dock, she is forced to settle for the only reputable choice remaining to her—marriage to a man she’s never met. Trapper and tracker Samuel Heath is a hardened survivor used to getting his own way by brain or by brawn, and he’s determined to find a mother for his young daughter. But finding a wife proves to be impossible. No upstanding woman wants to marry a murderer.


My Review:

Enjoy a trip back through time to colonial America in the back-country of South Carolina, where you must be tougher than the harsh elements. Life didn’t come easy in the 1770’s and one must fight for every square inch gained. Michelle Griep penned a fantastic story of strength, courage and love in The Captive Heart.

Eleanore Morgan may have lost all her earthly possessions on the long voyage to America, but the baggage she carries with her threatens to cause her to loose much more than she could ever imagine.

Samuel Heath struggles to forgive himself and rise above a past mired with hurt and regret. He lives between two worlds that threaten to tear apart all he’s built and worked so hard for.

A story you won’t soon forget and a book that you won’t want to put down, even after the last page. The Captive Heart will captivate your heart.


About the Author:

I hear voices. Loud. Incessant. And very real. Which basically gives me two options: choke back massive amounts of Prozac or write fiction. I chose the latter. Way cheaper. I’ve been writing since I discovered blank wall space and Crayolas. I seek to glorify God in all that I write…except for that graffiti phase I went through as a teenager. Oops. Did I say that out loud?

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   The Captive Heart

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My Heart Belongs in Ruby City, Idaho (Rebecca’s Plight) By: Susanne Dietze


Is it possible to marry the wrong man? Rebecca Rice was looking forward to a quiet life and a full stomach by becoming mail-order bride to her shopkeeper intended, Mr. Fordham—until the justice of the peace calls him Thaddeus, not Theodore, proceeded by the title Deputy. Rebecca would never marry a lawman like her father, so an annulment seems in order—and fast, since Rebecca’s true intended is impatient to claim her as his own. But when the legalities take longer than expected, Rebecca wonders if Tad Fordham wasn’t the right husband for her all along. . . .

My Review:

Rebecca’s Plight has action right from the beginning. From a hair-raising stagecoach hold-up to a case of mistaken identity, you won’t be disappointed by this entertaining, light-hearted adventure!

I really enjoyed reading Rebecca’s story. This is the second book in the “My Heart Belongs” collection and a delightful addition. Susanne Dietz has taken on the topic of a Mail-order bride, and breath new life into this story plot. I have read (and enjoyed) several stories of mail-order brides, but Rebecca’s Plight stands alone with a unique twist in the story where the bride marries the wrong groom.

This story has a something for anyone. Fans of Western stories will be thrilled by the action, and those looking for a light-hearted, clean christian romance will be equally delighted. I found myself cheering for Rebecca and fully engaged in her story. I’m happy to recommend this engaging, page-turning story.

*I receive complimentary books for review from publishers, publicists, and/or authors, including NetGalley. I am not required to write positive reviews. My opinions I have expressed are my own.

Favorite Quote:

“Thank you for not holding my sin against me, Lord. Even when I can’t forget it.”


About the Author:

13657688Susanne Dietze began writing love stories in high school, casting her friends in the starring roles. Today, she’s the author of several historical romances who’s seen her work on the ECPA and Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller Lists for Inspirational Fiction. Married to a pastor and the mom of two, Susanne lives in California and loves fancy-schmancy tea parties, the beach, and curling up on the couch with a costume drama and a plate of nachos.
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Ellenvale Gold by: Amanda Deed

When men are fueled by lust for gold, who should a women trust?


It is the time of Australia’s harsh rogue-filled gold rush of the 1850’s when Miss Penelope Worthington suddenly finds herself orphaned, isolated and alone. With a large sheep station to run single-handedly, she has little option but to enlist the aid of a mysterious, but sinister stranger.

But who is the more treacherous? Gus—the scruffy, trespassing, ex-convict who co-incidentally shows up looking for work just when she desperately needs a farmhand or Rupert—the handsome, wealthy neighbour who would willingly marry her at the drop of a hat and solve her apparent dilemma?

Repeatedly, her faith is tested as she faces the unforgiving elements, deceit, lies and uncertainty. But where and how will it all end? But…is it the end? Will vengeance return or will Penny’s faith prevail?

My Review:

I enjoyed reading this book set in Australia.  There were moments when I couldn’t help but hear the theme song from the movie,  “The Man From Snowy River” playing in my head. But this story goes much deeper. The author’s descriptions of the setting was fantastic and really helped me feel like I was there.  The characters are well written, complex and realistic.  The story was engaging and fun to read.  There were fun moments of laughter and tense moments when I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough to find out what would happen next.

Penelope (Penny) is a strong-willed, independent woman who’s not afraid to get her hands dirty (or blistered).  On the flip side she has a strong ideal of social class, and holds herself to those standards. Orphaned and alone she struggles with knowing who to trust.

Angus (Gus) has a strong faith and it is the bedrock on which he depends. He has made some poor choices in his past, but he is doing his best to prove that his past doesn’t define who he is now.

Rupert was raised with a silver spoon in his mouth. He’s brash, and his moods seem to change with the wind. As Penelope’s closest neighbor he has made it known that he would marry her and solve her problems with her sheep station.

I enjoyed the threads of faith and the overreaching trust in God woven into this story. The characters face hardships and challenges, and you can see their faith stretching and growing.

(I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review from Netgalley. I am not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.)


Favorite Quote:

“Am I a Christian? I always thought I was. I am a good person, is that not all that is needed? The Bible appeared to say ‘no’. Then what am I? A heathen? Surely not.”


About the Author:

amanda2Amanda Deed grew up in the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne in a Christian home, and found faith at an early age. She has followed her passion to serve the Lord through music and literature since her teen years. Now married, with three children, Amanda enjoys the variety of being a mother, administrator/book-keeper, musician and fiction writer.

Amanda’s debut novel, The Game, was awarded the 2010 CALEB Prize for fiction.

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   Ellenvale Gold (Jacksons Creek #1)

   Black Forest Redemption (Jacksons Creek #2)

   Henry’s Run (Jacksons Creek #3)

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A Love So True (Teaville Moral Society #2) by: Melissa Jagears


Evelyn Wisely has a heart for the orphans of Teaville and works at a local mansion that rescues children out of the town’s red-light district and gives them a place to live. But her desire to help isn’t limited to orphans. The owner of the mansion, Nicholas Lowe, is willing to help her try to get the women working in prostitution out of the district as well–if she can gain the cooperation and support of local businessmen to go against the rest of the community.

David Kingsman has recently arrived in Teaville from Kansas City to help with one of his father’s companies in town. While he plans on staying only long enough to prove his business merit to his father, he’s shown interest in Evelyn’s work and is intrigued enough by her to lend his support to her cause.

They begin with the best of intentions, but soon the complications pile up and Evelyn and David’s dreams look more unattainable every day. When the revelation of a long-held secret creates a seemingly insurmountable rift between them, can they trust God still has a good plan for them despite all that is stacked against them?


My Review:

A Love So True is written with great depth and feeling, with characters so vivid and real that you may just forget that they only live inside the pages of this book. While this book is #2 in the series, new readers won’t feel lost picking up this book.

Evelyn is fiercely independent with a heart for orphaned children. While compassionate and caring, Evelyn holds others at an arms length away. Evelyn wishes to do more in her community to help the women of the red light district, and give them a way out.

David Kingsman comes to town after his father purchased the local glass factory, with the intention of making improvements and selling the factory for a profit. In his search for a good meal, he finds Evelyn and is intrigued with her passion for those less fortunate.

I enjoyed reading Evelyn’s story and visiting friends from the first book A Heart Most Certain. Melissa tackles faith issues with grace, leaving the reader with gentle reminders of how we should see our brothers and sisters in Christ and extend to them the same grace and love that God extends to us.

(I received a complimentary copy of this book for review from publisher/author. I am not required to write a positive review. My opinions I have expressed are my own.)


Favorite Quote:

“God knows your past. Though some people would look down upon you, God doesn’t, and He won’t keep good things from you because of it.”


About the Author:


Carol Award winning writer, Melissa Jagears, is a homeschooling mom who writes Christian Historical Romance into the wee hours of the night. She’s the author of the Unexpected Brides Series with Bethany House. The prequel ebook novella, Love by the Letter, is her ACFW Carol Award winning novella and free to try. You can learn more about her, her books, and where she hangs out online at

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A Heart Most Certain (Teaville Moral Society #1) by Melissa Jagears

A Fresh Voice in Historical Romance!


Lydia King knows what it’s like to be in need, so when she joins the Teaville Moral Society, she genuinely hopes to help the town’s poor. But with her father’s debts increasing by the day and her mother growing sicker by the week, she wonders how long it will be until she ends up in the poor house herself. Her best chance at a financially secure future is to impress the politician courting her, and it certainly doesn’t hurt that the moral society’s president is her suitor’s mother. Her first task as a moral society member—to obtain a donation from Nicholas Lowe, the wealthiest man in town—should be easy . . . except he flat-out refuses.
Despite appearances, Nicholas wants to help others but prefers to do it his own way, keeping his charity private. When Lydia proves persistent, they agree to a bargain, though Nicholas has a few surprises up his sleeve. Neither foresee the harrowing complications that will arise from working together. When town secrets are brought to light, this unlikely pair must decide where their beliefs—and hearts—truly align.

Favorite Quote:

“When I stand before God, what could I possibly say to explain why I ignored the least of these? Are they not worthy of being helped?”

My Review:

I’m still in a bit of a book fog after reading the last line of A Heart Most Certain. This book has so much more than meets the eye. Starting with characters are so real you feel like you can sit down and have a conversation with them, to a deep plot line that doesn’t disappoint. This book is so much more than just another heartwarming love story. It is a story with purpose and a reminder to everyone that no matter where God has placed us that we have a job to do for him.

I enjoyed Lydia’s love for books and loved all the classic book-character references (Margaret Hale & Thornton – North & South, Lizzy Bennett & Darcy – Pride & Prejudice). I loved how Lydia’s passion for books helped her find commonality with people that she came in contact with. I cheered for her as she grew as a person and found myself eagerly turning the page when things got difficult, hoping that she would continue to rely on her faith in God. The realization she came to toward the end of the book about how she viewed God, was very powerful.

Nicholas mantra “who else will do it, if you and I don’t” is a fantastic reminder to me that, God calls us to be his hands and feet, to do the hard things, to shine his light in the darkest place. It was refreshing to see both of the characters growth throughout the story.

It’s not all seriousness. There is laughter & fun, and the love story of two fantastic characters. This is a wonderful book and I’m happy to add this to my favorites shelf! I look forward to reading many more stories from Melissa!

On a side note, I’m thrilled to share that this fantastic book is a finalist in the INSPY’s and currently on sale on amazon!

About the Author:

jagearsheadshotcompressed-199x300Carol Award winning writer, Melissa Jagears, is a homeschooling mom who writes Christian Historical Romance into the wee hours of the night. She’s the author of the Unexpected Brides Series with Bethany House. The prequel ebook novella, Love by the Letter, is her ACFW Carol Award winning novella and free to try. You can learn more about her, her books, and where she hangs out online at

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    A Heart Most Certain (Teaville Moral Society #1)

    Engaging the Competition (Teaville Moral Society #0.5)

True to You (Bradford Sisters Romance #1) Book Review

Exciting Start of a Brand-New Series by a Contemporary Romance Fan Favorite


After a devastating heartbreak three years ago, genealogist and historical village owner Nora Bradford has decided that burying her nose in her work and her books is far safer than romance in the here and now.

Unlike Nora, former Navy SEAL and Medal of Honor recipient John Lawson is a modern-day man, usually 100 percent focused on the present. But when he’s diagnosed with an inherited condition, he’s forced to dig into the secrets of his past and his adoption as an infant, enlisting Nora to help him uncover the identity of his birth mother.

The more time they spend together, the more this pair of opposites suspects they just might be a perfect match. However, John’s already dating someone and Nora’s not sure she’s ready to trade her crushes on fictional heroes for the risks of a real relationship. Finding the answers they’re seeking will test the limits of their identity, their faith, and their devotion to one another.

My Review:

From the very first page to the very last I found myself drawn into the story and enveloped in the story of Nora & John.  A perfect blend of light-hearted fun, and deep thoughtful pros, this fantastic book has something for everyone.

The true to life struggles of the characters brought them closer to God, and I appreciated how you could see God’s hand working in their lives.  The text at the end of the book was a fantastic choice “Ah, Sovereign Lord, you have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and outstretched arm. Nothing is too hard for you.” Jeremiah 32:17

True To You was such a delightful read, I didn’t want it to end. I am eagerly anticipating reading the next book in this series.

(I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.)

Favorite Quote:

“If a woman had a chance to be a princess at a ball, she should opt for the package that included a prince.”

About the Author:

BeckyWadeBecky’s a California native who attended Baylor University, met and married a Texan, and settled in Dallas.  She published historical romances for the general market before putting her career on hold for several years to care for her three children.  When God called her back to writing, Becky knew He meant for her to turn her attention to Christian fiction.  She loves writing funny, modern, and inspirational contemporary romance!  She’s the Carol Award, INSPY Award, and Inspirational Reader’s Choice Award winning author of My Stubborn Heart, the Porter Family series, and the Bradford Sisters Romance series.

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 True to You (#1)

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Behind the Scenes (Apart from the Crowd #1) By: Jen Turano


Miss Permilia Griswold may have been given the opportunity of a debut into New York high society, but no one warned her she wasn’t guaranteed to “take.” After spending the last six years banished to the wallflower section of the ballroom, she’s finally putting her status on the fringes of society to good use by penning anonymous society gossip columns under the pseudonym “Miss Quill.”

Mr. Asher Rutherford has managed to maintain his status as a reputable gentleman of society despite opening his own department store. While pretending it’s simply a lark to fill his time, he has quite legitimate reasons for needing to make his store the most successful in the country.
When Permilia overhears a threat against the estimable Mr. Rutherford, she’s determined to find and warn the man. Disgruntled at a first meeting that goes quite poorly and results in Asher not believing her, she decides to take matters into her own hands, never realizing she’ll end up at risk as well.

As Asher and Permilia are forced to work together and spend time away from the spotlight of society, perhaps there’s more going on behind the scenes than they ever could have anticipated.

My Review:

Step back in time to 1883, New York, where the elite hold in high esteem their exclusive status, and hold tightly to their secrecy. The story begins in a carriage on our way to the most sought after party of the season. Hosted by none other than the famed Mrs. Vanderbilt.

I enjoyed reading this light-hearted, laugh-out-loud, story.  With lively characters and a well developed plot, you will quickly lose yourself to the enjoyment of the story. Occasionally the descriptions of a scene are a touch lengthy, but I felt that it added to the overall ambiance.  This isn’t a book to rush though, rather to savor and enjoy.

(I received a complimentary copy for review from the publisher. I am not required to write positive reviews. The opinions I have expressed are my own)

Favorite Quote:

“I want you to teach me how to be a dangerous gentleman, one who looks as if he eats nails for breakfast, and bullets for lunch.”

About the Author:

JenJen Turano is a graduate of the University of Akron with a degree in Clothing and Textiles. She pursued a career in management for nine years before switching to full-time motherhood after the birth of her son. When she’s not writing, Jen can be found watching her teenage son participate in various activities, taking long walks with her husband and dog, socializing with friends, or delving into a good book. She lives in suburban Denver, Colorado.

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Behind the Scenes (Apart from the Crowd)

Don’t miss the Novella that kicks off the series:

 At Your Request (Apart from the Crowd #0.5 Novella)

My Heart Belongs on Mackinac Island

By: Carrie Fancet Pagels

Moor your heart on Mackinac Island along with resident sweetheart Maude Welling, an heiress trying to prove her worth by working incognito as a maid at the Grand Hotel. Meet Ben Steffans, a journalist posing as a wealthy industrialist who has come to the island to uncover a story about impoverished men pursuing heiresses at the famed hotel. Will a growing love between Maude and Ben be scuttled when truths are revealed in this Gilded Age romance?

My Review:

Picking up this book you will find yourself drifting back thru the mist of time to Mackinac Island, June 1895.  The descriptions of the views from the Grand Hotel are so vivid that you can feel the cool lake breeze and see the azure lake sparkling in the sun’s gentle rays.

Maude Welling has known not only the deep loss of loosing her mother, but also the shame of her fiancé returning to the island married to someone else. She has not only lost her ability to trust others, but she is trying to discover the secret her father is keeping from her.  She wants to prove her worth not only to him, but to herself all well. Will she be able to find where she belongs?

Ben Steffans is jaded by his past. His parents and sister were tossed out of the only home they knew by his Uncle.  His parents then brought them to America and the promise of a golden future that tarnished all to quickly. He is now on a mission as an undercover newspaper reporter in search of the story that will propel his career forward.

Can two people from different walks of life, and hidden agendas be able to let down their guards to not only find the person that God wants them to be, but also allow others in?

With dynamic characters and an ideal setting this story will find its way  into your heart.  I’ve yet to visit Mackinac island. I’ve wanted to visit since watching the Jane Seymour &  Christopher Reeve in the movie “Somewhere In Time”.   This book only solidified my desire to travel north to Mackinac.

I give this book 4.5 stars

(I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley for review. I am not required to write a positive review. The options I have expressed are my own.)

Favorite Quote:

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover”

About the Author:

carrieCarrie Fancett Pagels, Ph.D., is an ECPA bestselling and award-winning author. With a dozen Christian historical romances published, this former “Yooper” writes Christian historical romances about overcoming.

She grew up in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, where many of her stories are set. Possessed with an overactive imagination, that wasn’t “cured” by twenty-five years as a psychologist, she loves bringing characters to life.

Carrie and her family reside in Virginia’s Historic Triangle, which is perfect for her fascination with history. Carrie enjoys reading, traveling, baking, and beading-but not all at the same time!

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515F3sTlk0L._AC_AC_SR98,95_Available for pre-order from Amazon. Release Date: July 31, 2017

Upcoming Events:

  • July 22nd from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM – Book signing at the Tahquamenon Logging Museum in Newberry, Michigan
  • Carrie will be signing books at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island in July. Date will be announced soon!

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