Lyn Cote’s Printable Booklist

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9 Responses to Lyn Cote’s Printable Booklist

  1. Terrill Rosado says:

    I love to read uplifting tales and read to be encouraged. Don’t get me wrong, reading fiction is for pure entertainment, but I would prefer to read a book over TV, any day.

  2. Sunnie says:

    Why do I read? It takes to places that I have never been to. To time periods that I have never lived in, and to experience things that I have never experienced. I love to read!

  3. Beverly Lawrence says:

    Why do I read? A good question. I read because it takes me to far away places. I read to just leave my troubles behind for the moment and get caught up into other people’s lives. I am a people person and love watching others and guessing what they think or what they do. I read to learn new things. Even novels such as those about the Amish. I learn to love and respect their lifestyles and maybe incorporate some of it in mine.

  4. Kim Paulus says:

    You asked why I love to read….I read because I can push the pause button or continue play until the end of the story! Reading allows me to see a movie in my mind! I can go anyway in books! Big advantage over movies, television..etc.

    Thank you for being one of my favorite authors!

  5. Gail Demaree says:

    Yes I am here. I love authors. They take me to places I have never been. They take me on adventures and they make me stop and think about life and choices. I love to read and hold an actual book in my hand. It is like a friend to me. So thanks for writing such great books for us to read!

  6. Rita says:

    WOW! I just finished reading THE DESIRES OF HER HEART in your TEXAS series and I LOVED it! It is one of those “rare” books that I didn’t want to put down. I went through a divorce after twenty-five years of marriage and three sons. I was devastated..felt like I was not alive or a part of society any more. All of “our friends” seemed to fade away. I felt as if I had lost all identity. After some counseling and staying in church I came to the reality that I was INTELLIGENT, BRAVE AND COURAGEOUS and that I had an inner strength that I never realized i had within me. I began reading and discovering just WHO I am now and for ALL my tomorrows. Thank you for your portrayal of STRONG WOMEN. I am now a loyal fan of your writing creations..THANK YOU

    • Lyn Cote says:

      So glad to hear my books have helped, Rita. When a marriage end, it shakes everyone at a deep level. Glad you are seeking positive ways to copy.

  7. Nancy Radloff says:

    Lyn, It was nice chatting with you at your book signing at Little Creek last week. I eagerly read My Captain’s Heart (thanks for the gift) and then too Winter Homecoming. Both were awesome! I love how you create characters that seem so real, and I love how you tell just enough to keep those pages turning… yes, I read and read and read, not wanting to put your books down. In, My Captain’s Heart, I was riveted to read that Verity nursed Dace back to health! What a great twist! You have the ability to write in such a way that your reader is pulled into your story within the first few pages. Thank you for that! I do not like to read complicated works, as that is too much work! However, being familiar with the northwoods, I loved following Will’s journey in Winter Homecoming. What a sweet story! Finally, thank you for inserting a walk with God in narrative and character prayer. Our walk with God is also by faith often times without present clarity. God bless your ideas as they flow into text!

    • Lyn Cote says:

      So glad you came to the signing. It was a pleasure seeing you again. I have your kitty pin on my bookshelf in my office to cheer me on. Thanks for your kind words.

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