Oh, what fun it is to ride…

- by Charlotte Hubbard

And I want YOU to ride along with me, later in this post! There might be a book in it for you. You might be sweltering in the early summer heat, wondering what sort of meds I’m on if I’m rhapsodizing about a one-horse open sleigh. But the news here is good! My Kensington editor […]

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Gimme a V

- by Charlotte Hubbard

What? Me giving up meat, processed foods, artificial sweeteners, refined carbs, and dairy products? Never figured on that. Vegan cuisine wasn’t on my radar screen at all—until Dr. Hunt came into the exam room saying, “We’ll talk about that ankle in a moment, Charlotte. What’s with your blood pressure? We’re taking you off the Premarin. […]

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Researching the Amish

- by Charlotte Hubbard

While I had written a series of faith-and-family stories before I wrote ABBY FINDS HER CALLING, taking on a whole new genre about a culture who prefers to remain removed from worldly things (such as fiction!) requires fresh research, different methods—and, most definitely, on-site, hands-on experience among Amish folks. While, yes, the Internet provides a […]

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“You Passed the Amish Test!”

- by Charlotte Hubbard

Along with the pleasure of seeing my first Naomi King book, ABBY FINDS HER CALLING, on the shelves in bookstores this week, I received a fine, fun email from Jim, the fellow in Jamesport, Missouri, who assists me with the details of these Amish romances. He wrote, “Joe Burkholder’s wife read your two books, and […]

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