Today I am pleased to have author Liz Johnson visiting with us today. Liz fell in love with Prince Edward Island the first time she set foot on it. When she's not plotting her next trip to the island, she works as director of marketing for a Christian radio network. She is the author of several novels including The Red Door Inn and Where Two Hearts Meet, a New York Times bestselling novella, and a handful of short stories.
Her latest novel On Love's Gentle Shore, releases this July and I know this Canadian gal is looking forward to it. Especially because it is set on beautiful Prince Edward Island.
I am so excited to have author Johnnie Alexander visiting with us today at Interviews & Reviews. Johnnie is the award-winning author of Where Treasure Hides and Where She Belongs. She is an accomplished essayist and poet whose work has appeared in the Guideposts anthology A Cup of Christmas Cheer. In addition to writing, Johnnie enjoys reading, spending time with her grandchildren, and taking road trips. She lives near Memphis, Tennessee.
Jan Drexler’s Journey to Pleasant Prairie series has brought readers all of the endearing, intriguing, and heart-yearning moments of Amish life. An absorbing third installment, Naomi’s Hope, follows Naomi Schrock into her new life and the surprising challenges it brings.
Naomi is settling into her 1846 Indiana Amish community well despite normal growing pains. With the comfort of her parents’ home and her adopted son, Davey, by her side, Naomi’s path seems clear. She tries not to think about the fact that she isn’t at the top of any man’s list of potential wives.
However, when Cap Stoltzfus moves to town and befriends Davey, Naomi finds herself caught between the plans she has made for her future and the tantalizing thought that Cap might be a part of a life she never dared hope for.
When a couple shows up claiming to be Davey’s true family, Naomi and Cap must make a decision that will determine both the boy’s future and their own. But can she bring herself to release Davey to unknown relatives? Will this leave yet another gap in Naomi’s heart when she so desires wholeness?
The incredible insight that Jan Drexler has gained from her ancestry is evident in well-researched storylines and masterfully crafted characters. The Journey to Pleasant Prairie series will stay with Amish fiction readers long after this final installment.