6 Authors, 6 Summer Hearts & Slow Roasted Pork! — 10 Comments

  1. Thank you for hosting us Lyn, and for the opportunity to talk about our book. The recipe Carol shared does sound yummy. I’d like to try it for a 4th of July potluck. 🙂

  2. Thank you for sharing my recipe, Lyn. I thought I still had my grandma’s cookbook, but it’s probably packed away so I found one online which is similar. Even I at my age remember my grandmother slaving away in a hot August kitchen to cook for the men who’d come to her farm and help with the harvesting. It’s memories like that I hold close to my heart and had to write Lizzy’s story which was much like my own.

    I’m very grateful to you for hosting our book release and my special recipe on your site, Lyn. And as soon as I get my Dutch oven back from the Boy Scout master, I’ll be making that recipe again. Y’all come over for a taste.

    Carol Malone

  3. Hi Sunnie,

    There are many books that although they are in a series, the author builds them as standalone books. That way if you read them out of order, you can still follow the storyline without too much of a problem. I
    like including characters from one novel to the next, so that the reader gets to spend time with old friends, as well as meet new ones. 🙂

    Happy Reading!

    Lisa 🙂

  4. Thank you so much for hosting us! The cool part of Summer Hearts is that it really gives you a wide variety of summer reading. We’ve had a few readers who prefer contemporary books, who completely fell in love with the historical fiction books! Since this is my debut, I’m a little bias. Summer Hearts is a fantastic read! I could read it year round. 😉

  5. Some how I do like to read them in season! But sometimes my reading gets behind and I read them all mixed up, including when there is a book in a series. I never manage to read them in order.

  6. Thanks so much for hosting us on your site, Lyn! Summer Hearts is a great way to start a fun-filled summer, and I too will be trying that slow roasted pork recipe!! YUM!

    Lisa Watson

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