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Saturday, September 1, 2012

Inkwell Inspirations Upcoming Releases

SEPTEMBER 1

"All Ye Faithful" in A Cascades Christmas by Gina Welborn
Published by Barbour

Head to the majestic Northwest where logging history comes to life in four Christmas romances. Insecurity brings a logger and a young woman together, but will a “perfect” sister tear them apart? Will the dangers of the woods derail a young couple’s hopes and their chance at love? Amid town gossip, can a work-focused sawmiller win the heart of a prim-and-proper heiress? Will second thoughts have a sentimental girl and a hardhearted carpenter losing love? Find the answers in this heartwarming holiday collection.

Available at AmazonBarnes and Noble

OCTOBER 1

"Impressed by Love" in Colonial Courtships by Lisa Richardson
Published by Barbour

Impressed by Love (1762): Following her parents’ deaths, Phoebe Carlisle is traveling with her uncle, captain of the H.M.S. Aries, to live with cousins. An attack by a French ship-of-the-line forces them to seek refuge along the Connecticut River. Doctor Alden Ingersoll prefers to be in control of any situation, but his fate is ripped from his grasp when he’s pressed into the Royal Navy to tend Phoebe's injured uncle. In Phoebe’s company, Alden finds his desire to escape the ship fading. But pursuing her means abandoning hope of returning to his medical practice and his family.
 
Buy now at Amazon,  Barnes and Noble.
 

OCTOBER 23

Love in Three-Quarter Time by Dina Sleiman
Published by Zondervan First

 In the style of Deeanne Gist, Dina Sleiman explores the world of 1817 Virginia in her novel Love in Three-Quarter Time. When the belle of the ball falls into genteel poverty, the fiery Constance Cavendish must teach the dances she once loved in order to help her family survive. The opportunity of a lifetime might await her in the frontier town of Charlottesville, but the position will require her to instruct the sisters of the plantation owner who jilted her when she needed him most. As Robert Montgomery and Constance make discoveries about one another, will their renewed faith in God help them to face their past and the guilt that threatens to destroy them in time to waltz to a fresh start?


NOVEMBER 1

Wild Goose Christmas by Jennifer AlLee
Published by Abingdon

Upon her grandmother's death, Izzy Fontaine finds herself in possession of a Wild Goose Chase pattern quilt that supposedly leads to a great treasure. Of course, once the rest of the family finds out about the "treasure map," they're determined to have a go at the treasure themselves. And, if that weren't enough, Max Logan, a local museum curator, contacts Izzy and says that Grandma Isabella promised him the quilt. What is it about this quilt that makes everyone want it? Is Izzy on a wild goose chase of her own, or a journey that will lead her to the treasure her grandmother intended?

Available Amazon, Barnes and Noble

NOVEMBER 30
No Substitute by Susan Diane Johnson
Pelican Book Group

Amy Welsh knew when she came back to the small Washington town of Goose Bay she'd eventually run into her high school sweetheart—the one who broke her heart seventeen years ago. Only Quentin Macmillan isn’t the boy she remembered. He could potentially be everything she's ever dreamed of. But remembering the past reminds Amy that she and Quentin aren't a pair of teenagers in the bloom of first love. Letting him into her life resurfaces all the hurt she's tried to ignore. Forgiveness isn't as simple—or easy—as it sounds, especially after Quentin and Amy discover his teenage daughter has been manipulating their feelings. If Amy can open her heart to healing, she’ll find the future God prepared for her.

7 comments:

  1. Hooooooray! yeeeHaw and Squeee!
    Inky books are jumping this fall and I'm so happy for Gina, Lisa, Dina and Suzie ( I actually haven't read them all yet either!)

    Congratulations!

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  2. Very cool! Yay for us! Way to go everyone! I've read all but Gina's already, and they're all wonderful. No doubt Gina's is too.

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  3. Oh, this is great! Congratulations to all of you! :D

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  4. I've read Dina and Gina's, and they're wonderful. I can't wait to read Lisa and Jen's. Thank you, Gina, for posting this!

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  5. I can't wait to read these! Congratulations, ladies.

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  6. Wow, a couple of years from now, I bet this list is going to be even longer. You girls are amazing!

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  7. okay...went away from computer for labor day weekend and lookie what I missed.

    so cool to see this list. must have a look-see on my want list to make sure i haven't missed any of these.

    congrats ladies!!!

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