Welcome to the final week of our 5 Year Blogiversary Celebration!
We thank each of you for joining us in celebrating Isabella Alden’s life and Christ-centered novels and stories.
Today’s free short story is “Our Church Choir,” which was first published in 1889.
You can read “Our Church Choir” on your phone, ipad, Kindle, or other electronic device.
Or you can read it as a PDF document on your computer screen. You can also print the story to share with friends.
To begin reading, just click on the book cover to choose your preferred format from BookFunnel.com.
This post is part of our Blogiversary Celebration! Leave a comment below or on Isabella’s Facebook page to be entered in a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card! We’ll announce the winner on Friday, September 28.
18 thoughts on “A New Free Read!”
Oh! I like the sound of this one! Can’t wait to check it out!
Looks interesting! Thank you! 🙂
You’re welcome, Angie! —Jenny
Thank you for all the fun free reads. They are appreciated!
You’re welcome, Sallie! —Jenny
Oh, I like this story. I could say that about all her stories though. 🙂
I’m glad you liked the story, Rebekah! —Jenny
Excited to read this new one. Thanks so much!
You’re welcome! —Jenny
Pansy was so good at writing short stories!
I agree with you, Ruthann! I love her short stories as much as her full-length books. —Jenny
Thank you so much for ANOTHER free read! How wonderful. Oh, and by the way, Book Funnel makes downloading these books so easy. Thank you so much for providing that option. I have this one on my Kindle now and am looking forward to reading it!
You’re welcome, Ashley. I hope you like the story. —Jenny
Ha! Very enjoyable read!
Looking forward to reading this short story!
Thank you so much for this site and all the work you put into it. Thank you for the free reads! I grew up reading Grace Livingston Hill books with my grandmother and mom; Grace has been a personal friend of one of the cousins. However it has only been in the past ten years that we discovered Isabella Alden’s books – don’t know why it took so long! I love her books. They are well written, true to life, and full of things to think about on the midst of the enjoyable read. Thank you for sharing Isabella with us in this way.
It’s my pleasure to share Isabella’s stories, Donna; and I’m so glad you enjoy them, too. I also love GLH’s books; I recently found a short story of hers from 1891 that I’ll share as a free read next month, so please check back. Blessings to you! —Jenny