Reviews by Quiet Quilter
On 4/27 Quiet Quilter wrote: "Covenant Child" By Terri Blackstock I always love the mystery and intrigue in Terri's books and this one is no exception. It seems very different from her recent creations , in theme and plot, but if possible, is even better than her other series!! IF THAT COULD BE POSSIBLE!! Terri involves you with ... A Book with a True Explanation of a Covenant with God
On 2/8 Quiet Quilter wrote: "Heart of Ice" By Liz Wiehl, with April Henry I had very mixed feelings while reading this book. It certainly fits the category of a thriller and is listed on the cover as "a Triple Threat Novel". It does live up to that description. This novel is very authentic and compelling- both streetwise and ... A Thriller - not for the meek!
On 12/7 Quiet Quilter wrote: "An Amish Wedding" (a novella) By: Kelly Long, Kathleen Fuller and Beth Wiseman These fabulous authors of Amish fiction have succeeded again in producing a novella that all Amish fans will definitely not want to miss reading. Kathy and Beth have collaborated in previous novellas, but this time, ... A True Winner in Amish Fiction
On 11/1 Quiet Quilter wrote: ``Lonestar Angel`` By Colleen Coble "Lonestar Angel" is the fourth book in a series of Colleen's Lonestar Novels. It certainly lived up to my expectations of another great mystery. This book was full of drama and intrigue!! It kept me on the edge of my seat, waiting for the next twist in the plot. ... Fabulous Romantic Suspense!!
On 8/20 Quiet Quilter wrote: "Thunder Dog" By Michael Hingson with Suzy Flory If you are looking for a true story of inspiration, this is definitely the book for you. If you are an animal lover, this is for you, if you have faith or desire it, this is for you! Hey , I think this book is for everyone!! BUT , expect a few tears along ... A book of inspiration!
On 5/24 Quiet Quilter wrote: The Promise of an Angel By Ruth Reid Ruth's first book in a series, entitled, "Heaven on Earth Series" is an extremely different novel about the Amish. I must admit, I was sceptical when I first started to read- it is not a subject that is normally addressed- you don't usually read about ... A Very Different Amish Novel
On 5/6 Quiet Quilter wrote: Book Review "Please Stop Laughing at Me..." By Jodee Blanco This book was an excellent read from start to finish- meaningful, dealing with a subject that is sometimes "swept under the carpet"- BULLYING ! The author, Jodee Blanco tells it like it is, for she was once the victim of extreme bullying. ... A Review of a Book Dealing With a Subject Important to Us All
On 4/1 Quiet Quilter wrote: Lilly's Wedding Quilt By Kelly Long Kelly definitely outdid herself in her newest Amish Fiction novel!! What a fantastic read!! This is one book you do not want to put down, until you are finished. Lost some sleep over this one!! Jacob, handsome and headstrong, offers Lilly his hand in marriage, ... A Fabulous Book for Amish Fiction Fans
On 2/25 Quiet Quilter wrote: The Mountains Bow Low By Sibella Giorello Well, Sibella has brought back FBI agent, Raleigh Harmon, to solve another crime!! On board a ship to Alaska, she encounters an unexpected mystery and tragedy.This forensic geologist is hoping to leave behind her hectic work schedule and her engagement that ... A Raleigh Harmon Novel
On 1/5 Quiet Quilter wrote: A Time to Dance By Karen Kingsbury Karen Kingsbury is a talented author who has written many superior Christian fiction books, however, I was very disappointed, upon the arrival of this book, that it was a book written in 2001, that had a different cover, but was the same story that I read 10 years ... An Excellent Read- But not a new book!
On 11/10 Quiet Quilter wrote: Dining with Joy By Rachel Hauck This book was very different from the ones I usually choose to read, but I did enjoy it very much. Rachel has the ability to turn a serious issue into a real comedy act, and then bring us back to the serious nature in a quick turnaround. The main character, Joy, ... An Amusing, yet thought provoking read.
On 10/1 Quiet Quilter wrote: "The Way Home" A DVD movie based on the Inspirational True Story Starring Dean Cain This was a very different kind of review for me. I had never watched a movie and then been asked to review it. Totally different experience than holding a book in my hand and being able to flip the pages to remind ... A Different Way to Review
On 8/25 Quiet Quilter wrote: Book Review: "Love, Charleston" By Beth Webb Hart Beth grabs your attention from the first chapter of her book and never fails to lose it!! She has written a beautiful story of compassion with an unerring eye to detail. This is a story of a pastor who must leave his ... A Marvellous Book of Romance- "Love, Charleston"
On 8/2 Quiet Quilter wrote: Book Review: "Angel Song" By Sheila Walsh and Kathryn Cushman This book was one fantastic read!! Kept me captivated from start to finish!! Sheila and Kathryn have captured the true feeling of what life should be all about throughout their story. Anne Fletcher has returned to her hometown ... A Great Read- "Angel Song"
On 7/2 Quiet Quilter wrote: A Book that promised a lot- but I was a bit disappointed, July 2 2010 Embracing Your Second Calling By Dale Hanson Bourke The topic of this book immediately caught my interest. Here I am, a woman in my 50's, and the author promises that you can "find passion and purpose for the ... Embracing Your Second Calling- a rather disappointing read
On 5/16 Quiet Quilter wrote: skip to main | skip to sidebar quiet quilter Sunday, May 16, 2010 Kathy Fuller at her best, yet again!! Fantastic Amish Fiction for Young Adults- and us oldies, too!!, May 16 2010 By Karla Hanns (Ontario, Canada) A Summer Secret (Paperback) Kathy Fuller has done it again!! She has written another ... Kathy Fuller, at her best yet again
On 5/6 Quiet Quilter wrote: Thursday, May 6, 2010 My First Book Review- Walk Like You Have Somewhere to Go By Lucille O'Neal (with Allison Samuels) I am so excited to post my first book review!! What an excellent book to start with! Lucille describes ... My First Book Review- Walk Like You Have Somewhere to Gl