Monday 14 December 2020

Winter Countdown Blitz Day 6

Sara Harris makes her home with her family of seven, which includes her romance novelesque husband and her five children. 

She holds her BA in history and is currently back in school seeking her BSN.  

An Amish settlement. An English stranger. The Blizzard of 1888. Who can Rebekah trust when the line between the Amish and the English becomes blurred?

A sweet and gentle love blossoms between Rebekah Stoll and her childhood friend Joseph Graber, despite attempts by her saucy nemesis, Katie Knepp, to sway the young man's affections her way. 

When Joseph hints at the promise of forever, Rebekah is positive she should say yes to his proposal - until a mysterious English stranger shows up at her homestead and sets everything she thought she knew about her world on end. 



Author Interview:

What is your favorite Wintertime Activity?

I love listening to Christmas music and buying presents for my loved ones! Especially my babies. All five of them. 

How many unpublished / half-finished books do you have in progress?

I have about thirty books sitting on my desktop either finished, roughly finished, or begging to be finished. They are in about thirty different genres, too! 

What was the most surprising thing you learned when creating your book (in research or in yourself?)

When I wrote Rebekah's Quilt, I actually learned that a branch of my family tree sprouted from Lancaster County, PA. In learning this, I completed my book, then learned the true origins of my family in Amish Country . . . 

Tell us about the greatest Christmas gift you ever received.

Each year being blessed to celebrate another Christmas is gift enough! Material things fade, lose their luster, etc. However being able to celebrate Jesus's birth each year with my loved ones . . . that is a gift to top all gifts. Last year, I was able to afford a Sonic ice maker for my husband -- that was my favorite gift to have ever given. He was so surprised! 

What did you edit out of your book? (Such as a cut scene or an idea that just wouldn't fit?)

I did not edit out any major scenes. 

What inspired you to write this novel?

This novel was inspired by my ancestry. I love digging around in!

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