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All posts tagged Lauraine Snelling

Happily Ever After Stories?

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Don’t you love and “they lived happily ever after” stories? Not because it’s reality, but because in our complicated cruel world, it’s lovely to drift away and enjoy a story that ends happily. We all need a little hope, if not magic, somedays! Knowing true love will at least be met is part of the […]

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A Pioneer Christmas: a Cookbook Gift, a Raffle and the Stories!

The Pioneer Christmas Collection writers are running a raffle (autographed copies of both A Pioneer Christmas Collection AND the New York Times best-selling A Log Cabin Christmas Collection) AND giving away a free recipe booklet via PDF for all who enter. Introducing A Pioneer Christmas Collection! When Barbour Publishing announced they were looking for novellas […]

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12 Days of A Pioneer Christmas: Anna Urquhart

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Anna Urquhart  Anna Urquhart was traveling to Paris to work on her Masters of Fine Art degree, when the call came suggesting she audition for A Pioneer Christmas Collection. She thought about a story idea while flying across the Atlantic Ocean. “I’d seldom heard stories of pioneers traveling by water. I examined the opening of […]

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12 Days of Pioneer Christmas: Uncommon Romance

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A Pioneer Christmas is the third inspirational romance collection for which I’ve written a story. As is my custom, I’ve read the stories written by my co-writers to get a feel for the book. This beautiful fat book with nine tales feels just a little different from your average Christmas romance novella. The romance genre has […]

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12 Days of a Pioneer Christmas: Lauraine Snelling

Lauraine Snelling

 Lauraine Snelling The author of more than 80 inspirational titles, Lauraine Snelling was happy to join A Pioneer Christmas Collection with her novella, “The Cowboy’s Angel.” Lauraine knew the collection’s name and envisioned a story about a baby born at Christmas while its father was missing on the prairie, not far from the area she […]

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