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Blessing Debuts

Here is the beginning of Blessing as I promised yesterday. Blessing Debuts today! Hope you enjoy it. Is this the kind of story that catches your interest? Chapter One Seneca Falls, New York July 19, 1848 On the high bench … Continue reading

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Coming Tomorrow–(Book 2 of my Quaker Brides series) Blessing

Coming Tomorrow–(Book 2 of my Quaker Brides series) Blessing As you know, I write both contemporary and historical Christian romance. Writing this series has been a challenge especially because of the amount of historical research I’ve had to do, or … Continue reading

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Lyn Reviews Frontline of Freedom, Non-Fiction

Frontline of Freedom by Keith P Griffler My rating: 5 of 5 stars I read Frontline of Freedom in researching the first book in my new series “Quaker Brides.” Book one takes place in and near 1820 Cincinnati, Ohio, where … Continue reading

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Sarah and Angelina Grimke & Honor Cathwell–Sisters of the Heart

I bet you’re like most people and haven’t heard of Sarah and Angelina Grimke. That is unless you’ve read the latest Oprah Pick, The Invention of Wings  by Author Sue Monk Kidd. I discovered the Grimke sisters when I was … Continue reading

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Mrs. Elizabeth Fry, A Quaker Who Changed Lives

My upcoming book, Honor, features a Quaker heroine of that name who is fired with a desire to benefit the lives of others. She was not alone in her time. Quakers are not as unusual or distinctive now as they … Continue reading

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In Honor of Black History Month…

On Twitter, I found this interesting letter from a former slave to his master, dated August, 1865. I think you’ll find it interesting as an American and as a person of faith. Let me know what you think of it!–Lyn … Continue reading

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