A Midwife in Amish Country in Paperback

Today’s the day the paperback version of A Midwife in Amish Country is released! What a wonderful way to celebrate the actual 17th anniversary of its last chapter! I became a NARM certified midwife on November 12th, 2002! Here’s how that chapter begins. A few days after Joshua’s birth, I spent a day working in[…]

If Success Was Measured in Smiles & Hugs

If success was measured in smiles and hugs alone, that would be enough ♥ It turns out there are many ways to measure success! The Barnes & Noble store manager told me on Sunday I’d be welcome back anytime as they’ve been consistently surprised at how often the book is asked for and how well the[…]

WooHoo! 100 Reviews! And Ouch

So, yes! WooHoo!!! A Midwife in Amish Country has 100 reviews on Amazon!!!!!!! I have to admit, though, they aren’t ALL positive reviews! Ironically, number 100 wasn’t positive! Extra ironically, number 100 was written by Peggy Vincent, the author of Baby Catcher, a midwifery memoir I’m in love with! Ah, well. Peggy was actually gracious[…]

Newly Scheduled Book Signings!

We have TEN signings planned, Friends! I would love, Love, LOVE to see you! June 2, 2018 from 11:00 am until whenever! Barnes & Noble 1565 Briargate Blvd, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920 June 9, 2018 from noon till as late as we want! Barnes & Noble 795 Citadel Drive East, Colorado Springs, CO 80909 June[…]

We’re Live and Preparing the Team!

Hello again, Friends!  So! A Midwife in Amish Country: Celebrating God’s Gift of Life is up and available for pre-order on Amazon and my publisher, Regnery Faith, has created a set of advance reader copies for media and marketing purposes, as well as a digital form of the book exclusively for the members of my launch team!  Watch for news about how you can help me launch this[…]

NEWS!

Okay, friends, here we go! Four evenings ago I sketched out a plan for the week that initially allocated this particular blustery Thursday evening for client chart assembly, plus packing for a weekend in the mountains devoted to capturing more fully the wonderful ten weeks I spent in Michigan receiving and tending my grandchildren and their parents. The morning after[…]

And It’s Happened!

Nearly three years after immersing myself into a lifetime of old journals, and almost two years after tapping out the last line of the last chapter of the first draft of my first book… eighteen months into my plunge into blogging and Facebooking and Tweeting and wrestling over my book proposal, and twelve months past my search[…]