Bygone Christmas Brides (6 In 1 Fiction Series)
Many Christmas traditions held dear today have their roots in the British Isles and have been practiced for over a hundred years. In these six delightful historical stories, romance is nurtured amidst baking Scottish shortbread and English mince pies, burning...
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Many Christmas traditions held dear today have their roots in the British Isles and have been practiced for over a hundred years. In these six delightful historical stories, romance is nurtured amidst baking Scottish shortbread and English mince pies, burning the yule log and roasting chestnuts, hanging evergreens and kissing boughs.
Gina Welborn worked in news radio writing copy until she took up writing romances. As a member of RWA and ACFW, she's an active contest judge and coordinator. This Oklahoma-raised girl now lives in Richmond, Virginia, with her youth-pastor husband, their five Okie-Hokie children, and a Sharpador Retriever who doesn't retrieve much of anything. A
Carla Gade has been imagining stories for most of her life. Her love for writing and eras gone by turned her attention to writing historical Christian romance. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Maine Fellowship of Christian Writers. An autodidact, creative thinker, and avid reader, Carla also enjoys genealogy, web design, and photography. A native New Englander, she writes from her home in beautiful rural Maine where she resides with her "hero" husband and two young adult sons. You may visit her online at carlagade.com.<P> A
Jill Stengl lives in Wisconsin with her husband and children with whom she has shared her love of writing.
Tamela Hancock Murray has been a writer for two decades. As a college student, she interned on Capitol Hill and at the U.S. Department of State before graduating with honors in Journalism from Lynchburg College in Virginia. Today, Tamela has more than 20 fiction and nonfiction books to her credit, plus magazines and newspaper articles. Her published titles include Maryland Brides, The Music of Home and Virginia Hearts. She is a member of the ACFW and also works as a literary agent for Hartline Literary Agency. Tamela lives in Virginia with her husband and their two daughters. They enjoy travel
Former newspaper reporter Ginny Aiken discovered books at a very early age, writing her first novel at age fifteen. She is the author of the Silver Hills Trilogy, the Deadly Decor Mysteries, Priced to Move, and A Steal of a Deal. A frequent speaker at women's events and writers' conferences, Ginny and her husband have four sons and live in Columbia, Pennsylvania.
Griffin divides her time between family, church activities, and writing. She fully gave her life to the Lord Jesus Christ in 1988, after a rebellious young adulthood.