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Cora Seton

I Bought A Car!

My Small Town LifeApr 29th, 2013

I bought a car!


You have to understand that we are thrifty folks. We don’t make big purchases lightly. As a friend once said to me, “You and your husband overthink everything, don’t you?” Well, you could put it that way, but I think that thinking through major (and minor) purchases is a good thing. Our household monetary policy comes down to two fundamental…

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Bookmarks!

UncategorizedApr 23rd, 2013

Bookmarks!


I sent The Cowboy’s Designer Bride off to my critique partner today, worked on an edit I’m doing for another author, then spent the afternoon creating a bookmark design. I need something to hand out in swag bags, etc., and a bookmark is the obvious answer. I used PrintPlace.com and was saved by their chat service. Otherwise I would have…

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Book Review – Pennsylvania Patchwork, By Kate Lloyd

Book ReviewsApr 17th, 2013

Book Review – Pennsylvania Patchwork, by Kate Lloyd


Kate Lloyd’s Pennsylvania Patchwork is the second in a series about three generations of women in a traditionally Amish family. Anna Gingerich has always lived in Lancaster County as a member of the Amish church, but her daughter, Esther, left the fold as a young woman, and her granddaughter, Holly, never even knew about her Amish roots until just recently.…

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More Reviews For The Cowboy’s E-Mail Order Bride!

Cowboy NovelsApr 10th, 2013

More Reviews for The Cowboy’s E-Mail Order Bride!


It’s been such a busy week because I’m writing a first draft of Book 3 of The Cowboy’s of Chance Creek series. That’s two first drafts back to back, or for those of you who like numbers – 100,000 words in one month! (Head hits desk!) But I had to pass on links to two more great reviews for The…

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Clearing Brush

The HomesteadApr 5th, 2013

Clearing Brush


When we bought our acre property, it was about a third wooded, with 60 – 75 foot tall trees lining either side of it. I love trees, but a fully shaded lot doesn’t make for good growing conditions. Some of them had to go. We got our friend Richard in who’s handy with a chain saw and he got to…

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