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Hello folks,

I just got back from three lovely book-signings in Ohio’s Amish Country in which I stayed at my favorite, B&B Simple Pleasures in Winesburg, Ohio. I signed books at the Dayspring Christian Bookstore in New Philadelphia, the Gospel Shop in Sugar Creek, and finally the Gospel Book Store inside the German Village in Berlin. I met wonderful folks and made new friends at all three stores! Speaking of friends, our dear friends Ed and Cheryl Chadd drove down for the day to experience Amish Country for the first time. Needless to say, they had loads of fun.

The third signing in Berlin involved 20 other authors (many from the Menonnite and Amish faiths) selling wonderful books, everything from self-help for new brides, to cookbooks,  travel guides, devotionals, and local history. It was great to meet fellow authors! I signed copies of Sarah’s Christmas Miracle with fellow Harvest House author, Jerry Eicher, who was signing his latest release A Wedding Quilt for Ella. Here’s a couple photos from our great day in Amish Country.

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 Hello everyone, the great folks at FaithfulReader.com are running a super contest on their newsletter. They’ll be giving away 75 copies of my latest release, Sarah’s Christmas Miracle. Hurry and enter the contest by Nov. 29th–just in time for holiday reading by the fire. Go to FaithfulReader.com and sign up for their newsletter to win my book and plenty of others. Good luck to you all.

FaithfulReader.com newsletter is celebrating the release of SARAH’S CHRISTMAS MIRACLE — a heartwarming holiday story of one sister’s quest to find her estranged brother in time for Christmas — with a special contest. Seventy-five readers will have the opportunity to each win a copy of Mary Ellis’s latest novel. The deadline for entries is Monday, November 29th at noon ET.

SARAH’S CHRISTMAS MIRACLE by Mary Ellis (Fiction)
Sarah Beachy has plenty to be joyous about as autumn leaves start to fall. She loves her job at the English bed-and-breakfast where she cooks and refreshes rooms between guests. She has a serious beau, and everyone expects an engagement soon. Why, then, would she jeopardize everything by suddenly deciding to take a trip to Cleveland to track down a brother who left the Order years ago?

-Click here to read more about SARAH’S CHRISTMAS MIRACLE
-Click here to read an excerpt from SARAH’S CHRISTMAS MIRACLE.
-Click here to read Mary Ellis’s bio.

Click here to read all the contest details

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