Jo-Ann Roberts Has a Winner!


Thanks to everyone who commented on how they might have celebrated Christmas on the prairie.

Congratulations to Lori Smanski!

Look for an email from me on how to claim your giveaway, either “Lefse by Linnea” Old Timey Holiday Kitchen series or “Hope” – Christmas Quilt Brides series (digital copy only).

Thank you again to everyone who spent part of the day with me. Merry Christmas!


Julie Benson’s Winner


Thank you to everyone who stopped by to chat with me.

The winner of my Starbucks gift card is:


Congratulations, Pearl, and keep your eyes open for an email from me.

Thanks again everyone for spending part of your day with me. Happy Fall. Stay safe and hopefully it’s cooler where you are than here in Texas.


Pam’s Winner!


Oh, my goodness.  Thanks for sharing your stories about all the critters that make you scream “EEEEKK!!” or make you run for your life!  I’m glad I’m not alone in being freaked out by slithering, crawling, roaring, and stinging creatures!

The winner of a copy of my Pink Pistol Sisterhood book, ARMED & MARVELOUS, is

Diana Hardt

Diana, please message me with your preference of an ebook or paperback of ARMED & MARVELOUS.


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Pam’s Winner!

Thanks to everyone who tried their hand at guessing (knowing??) what’s an alpaca and what’s a llama.  Y’all are good students.  Most of you guessed correctly that all the “A” choices were alpacas!!

My winner of the pair of alpaca socks is:





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Denise, I’ll contact you for your address so I can ship your socks directly from Amazon.


Winnie’s Winner

Thanks so much to everyone who stopped by to comment on my post about the art of pierced tin.  I threw all the names in a cyber hat and the winner of a signed copy of HER AMISH PATCHWORK FAMILY is


Congratulations Cathy!! Send me your mailing info via my website and I’ll get your book on out to you.


A former schoolteacher and a single father discover a second chance at friendship, family, and love.

Former Hope’s Haven schoolteacher, Martha Eicher, has always been the responsible one, putting her family first and caring for her widowed father and two younger sisters. But now they’re all happily married, and Martha isn’t sure where she fits in anymore . . . until she hears that Asher Lantz needs a nanny. Even though her childhood friendship with Asher ended abruptly years ago, when a misunderstanding drove a wedge between them, Martha offers her assistance.

Asher is also feeling adrift. As a single father to his niece and nephews, he struggles to balance his new family responsibilities with those on the farm and in his workshop. He’s grateful for Martha’s help, but worries things will always feel awkward with her. Yet before long, Asher realizes Martha is exactly what his family needs, and he can’t imagine his home without her.

Martha and Asher thought they were lost, but could they be right where they belong . . . together?