Some Amish residents in Lancaster County are sewing masks for use when the regular surgical masks run out at the Lancaster Health Center. The cloth masks will be used by the center as a better option than having patients covering their mouths with tissues. It's not an ideal option but great that the Amish are pitching in to help during this COVID-19 crisis!
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I loved writing Priscilla's Escape, Book 3 in The Bishop's Daughters Series! I also enjoyed sharing the bishop's secret. If you haven't read it, I hope you'll buy the ebook copy for 99 cents. The last day to get it at the discounted price is March 20th!
Debbie's Review for PRISCILLA'S ESCAPE
This is a charming Amish romance.
I love both Priscilla and Stephen. They are extremely believable. They have very normal questions about their faith and how God wants them to live their lives. I thoroughly enjoyed the fact that they started by developing a friendship based on common interests and an ease in talking things over with each other.
The way that Priscilla’s family came together to discuss the situation when she left home was fantastic. That was a remarkable example of a close knit family working together when faced with difficulty.
There were a number of times that things that happened prior to the beginning of this book were discussed. I felt that many of them may have taken place in previous books about the King family.
This is the first book that I’ve read by this author. I thoroughly enjoyed it and am giving it a rating of 5 stars. I am highly recommending it. I will be reading more of her books.
Last week was extremely busy! I watched our youngest granddaughter Lila on Tuesday and Thursday! She is so cute! On Wednesday, I had my IV infusion. I talked with my agent Lesley in the afternoon about having an Amish series to submit. It wasn't probably the best time because I dozed off when she called me. My iPhone's speaker doesn't work, so it doesn't ring now. I really need to see about getting it fixed. I was drugged after my medication infusion, but wanted to talk with her about my writing career. I wrote blurbs for the next two books and emailed them to Lesley last week. Lesley is submitting my book The Amish Mother's Secret (original title was Her Mother's Deception) plus two blurbs for next books in series soon to editors/publishers. Say a prayer that I get a contract. I'm excited and hope my next books will be available for my readers in the near future.
Amanda and Sara had a respite weekend, so they got a break from us. lol And we got a needed break! On Sunday we picked them up and went to church at St. Thomas More, then had lunch at McDonald's, and took Amanda to her Snapdragon bowling party. Her basketball season has ended. I'm posting a picture of Amanda with her wonderful basketball coach, Mark.
I had a CT scan on Friday morning. Instead of having it in January for the 3 month check-up, I was happy to wait 4 months. It was changed so scan would be close to my IV infusion. Then my doctor would give results at same time as infusion appointment.
I hate the scans because they have trouble finding a vein and usually the first vein blows when the solution goes through it. It hurts a lot because they are now using the veins in my hands. I never was called before on the same day as scan to hear results, so was a surprise to hear from my oncologist's nurse. He wanted me to know that I'm still in remission. Thankful to God and to all the prayers said for me!
This Wednesday I have the IV infusion. I am thinking of not doing this maintenance therapy for two years, but will for now. The drug rituximab has side effects is one reason.
I write Amish fiction, Christian fiction, Historical Christian fiction, Contemporary Romances, and Chick-Lit Mystery. I am a wife, mother, and grandmother. I have 6 wonderful children and 4 adorable grandchildren. I give thanks to God for being a cancer survivor!