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Happy Valentine’s Day!

14 Feb

“A little message to remind you of a happy holiday.”

Merry Christmas!

24 Dec

Our final post of the year is a heartwarming (and nostalgic) reminder of Christmas morning one hundred years ago!

Christmas Morning, by W. C. Bauer (1880)

May you have a blessed, joy-filled holiday surrounded by all those you hold dear. Merry Christmas!

 

Happy Thanksgiving!

22 Nov

Wishing you a happy and blessed day of Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving and a New Free Read!

21 Nov

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and in honor of the day, we’re sharing one of Isabella’s short stories from 1891.

About the Story:

Little Nannie Walters simply wishes to dress her favorite doll in lace and linen; but she quickly learns there are consequences for little girls who take things that belong to others—a lesson that could ruin her Thanksgiving day plans.

Read it for free!

You can read “Nannie’s Thanksgiving” on your phone, ipad, Kindle, or other electronic device. Just click here to download your preferred format from BookFunnel.com.

Or you can click here to read it as a PDF document on your computer screen. You can also print the story to share with friends.

 

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The Story of the Revolution

4 Jul

Remember the Fallen

28 May

On this Memorial Day we remember the fallen and the sacrifices they—and their families—made for us.

Champions of the Union, 1865

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

14 Feb

Happy Thanksgiving and a New Free Read!

22 Nov

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and in honor of the day, we’re sharing one of Isabella’s short stories from 1894.

About the Story:

When Miss Florence Percival comes upon a kitten in the snow, she soon learns the kitten belongs to a girl named Hetty. It doesn’t take long for Florence to realize that Hetty is patiently bearing quite a few burdens. Poor Hetty lives with her very cross Aunt Jane who can’t say a kind word; and Hetty’s injured knee prevents Hetty from taking even a single step.

With Thanksgiving only days away Florence Percival wants to make a difference in Hetty’s life. And in the process, she just might be able to soften Aunt Jane, and find a cure for Hetty’s knee.

Just click on the cover to begin reading.

Happy Halloween!

31 Oct

This looks like fun! Have you ever been on a hay ride?

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Happy Independence Day!

4 Jul

Writer Jenny Berlin

Faith, romance, and a place to belong

The Hall in the Grove

Author of Classic Christian Fiction

Isabella Alden

Author of Classic Christian Fiction

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Reviews and giveaways for Christian fiction and sweet, clean fiction. Bringing readers information on great stories and connecting authors with their readers.

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