Christian Fiction

The Amish Menorah. Review + Giveaway.

About The Book

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Book:  The Amish Menorah

Author: The Men of Amish Fiction

Genre: Amish Fiction

Release Date: May 13, 2020

Come sit and enjoy!

Six short stories by the men of Amish fiction to entertain and educate you. You’ll journey with an Amish man and the Jewish woman whose life he saves, agonize with an Amish girl in love with an Englische man, fret with two sisters both in love with the same man, pray with the family whose child is injured in a fall, work with the Amish sheriff in a western town, and laugh at the girl forced to be Amish for the summer.

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My Thoughts.

The Amish Menorah by Patrick .E. Craig
This was a different kind of Amish story from what I am used to. But I liked it. Because in more than one way it pictured the Amish people in relationship to others. This one was sited during the Nazi regime when they returned to Rhineland home of Amish farmers after they lost to the French. It was so sad to read about how the Jews were mistreated and killed. This was really sad one. I loved reading how Gerd and Emily came to the knowledge of Jesus as their Savior. It was a thrilling story filled with so many ups and downs but totally worth it.

A Cloudy Day by Willard Carpenter.
Jacob and Hannah’s love is one of deferring all odds to be together. Short but wonderful story.

The Silo by Thomas Nye
The antics of the Chupp family will leave one in stitches. The highs and lows of this story was sad but at the end everything played out well. I really liked the Chupp family, lovely bunch!

Lone Star by Murray Pura
An Amish a lawman! That sure was the first for me. This story took me by surprise with the different events that are so unlike any Amish book I have read but refreshing.

Amish For The Summer by Amos Wise
This was my favorite of the stories. I loved the change that hardwork and reading of God’s word wrought in Diane. I loved how the story was not cliché but beautiful and surprising.

Overall, they are all good stories.

I received a copy of this book and this is my honest opinion.

About The Authors.

To know Wil, one would probably not think of him as an author. He is a husband, a father, a Christian, a veteran, a business owner, and a servant. He has led a life of bold and diverse experiences that immediately capture one’s attention.  Wil has an unexpected artistic and creative side—something that might be considered uncommon, given his life’s works. Wil’s greatest inner strength is his expression and creativity. His life’s works give a credit to his writing that few other fiction authors possess. This generates a vivid degree of realism above and beyond other works of fiction.

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Amazon bestselling author Patrick E. Craig is a lifelong writer and musician who left a successful music career to become a pastor in 1986. In 2007 he retired to concentrate on writing and publishing fiction books. In 2013, Harvest House Publishers published his first Amish series, Apple Creek Dreams.  Patrick and his wife, Judy, live in Idaho. They have two daughters and Five grandchildren. Patrick is represented by the Steve Laube Agency

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Jerry Eicher was born to Amish parents, and raised in an Amish settlement in Honduras, Central America. The family returned stateside in the late seventies, when Jerry was sixteen. He spent his youth with a beloved Amish youth group in Belle Center, Ohio, and was married in 1983 to Tina Schmucker, whose parents had moved to the community from Nappanee, Indiana. Jerry and Tina left the Amish to join the Mennonites after the birth of their second son. He wrote his first work in the early twenties, a fictionalized version of his childhood in Central America. His second title was an Amish love story— Sarah. Since then Jerry has published over thirty fiction titles and sold nearly a million books.

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Thomas Nye writes novels about Amish life, with a touch of romance, and a foundation of faith in Christ. He and his wife, Shari, live on her family farm where they raised five children. They have seven grandchildren and a team of draft horses. Thomas walks a mail route for the US Postal Service. It keeps him close to nature and a affords many quiet hours in which to dream up novels. “Over three decades of friendships with Amish neighbors has revealed a simple wisdom that inspires my writing.” To find out more about Thomas Nye and his books, visit: amishhorses.blogspot.com

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Murray Pura has over twenty-four novels to his credit and, in addition, has published dozens of short stories, novellas,,and poems along with numerous books of non-fiction. He has worked with Baker, Barbour, Zondervan, Harvest House, MillerWords, HarperCollins, Harlequin, Harper One and Elk Lake Publishing. His fiction has won or been short listed for a number of literary prizes. Pura has lived in the UK, the Middle East, the USA and Canada. He now makes his home in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta.

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Amos Wyse was born in the Midwest. Spending a great deal of his youth around good, hard-working farmers, those who lived near them and worked with them. When writing, he keeps those people and the life lessons they taught close by.

Giveaway.

To celebrate their tour, The Men of Amish Fiction are giving away the grand prize package of copy of The Amish Menorah and Other Stories, a copy of Samson and Amish Delilah (by Thomas Nye), and an Amish coloring book designed for Amish children and sold in Amish stores!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.

https://promosimple.com/ps/101d9/the-amish-menorah-celebration-tour-giveaway

One thought on “The Amish Menorah. Review + Giveaway.

  1. I have the book The Amish menorah which I am looking forward to reading. i am entering this giveaway for the other prizes also.

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