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Night Night, Farm Giveaway!

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A Baker's Perspective


Want a chance to win this cute board book for your little one? Please comment below and tell me your favorite book to read with that special little one in your life. Don’t forget to include your email address – this is a must! (please, it’s just easier to contact you afterwards if you’ve won!). Winner will be chosen on Friday September 2nd and have 48 hours to claim their prize!

Or, you can purchase your copy today at Amazon!

About the book:

Moo moo, cows!

Baa baa, sheep!

When the sun sinks low down on the farm, the animals are all tuckered out from the day’s adventures. Join these adorable farm animals in pajamas as they say night night to the farm, to their mommies and daddies, and to God.

Your little ones will sleep until the rooster crows knowing that the God who made them loves them…

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Amy Clipston Interview ( with Cathy) and Giveaway

I like the Kauffman Amish Bakery Series. I had a hard time to pick one because I like all of Amy’s books

Two Girls and A Book


The delightful and super talented Amy Clipston kindly agreed to answer some questions that I asked her.

Now, keep in mind that she is a wife and mother, has TWO full time jobs, has Book Signing events and she makes herself available to her many readers!   I’m beginning to suspect that she is Superwoman!

So, let’s get to know Amy!

Cathy:    I’ve enjoyed all of the novellas you’ve written and have always been curious as to how they come together. How are authors chosen to contribute to the novellas and does the publisher choose the theme of the book?

Amy:  My publisher chooses the authors and the themes. The authors then submit a synopsis to the editor, and we’re careful not to duplicate plots or character names.

Cathy:   I know you like movies and music. Do you have a playlist for when you’re writing or does music distract you when…

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