Tuesday, August 21, 2012

We eat a lot of sweet potatoes at our place, and I enjoy them with Land O' Lakes Cinnamon Spread, a little shake of Tarragon, and some Praline Pecans.  How do you like your sweet potatoes?  Any family traditions or memories involving sweet potatoes?  
   Share your stories here and be entered to win a fall-themed gift bag stuffed with Amish goodies.  I am going up to Amish Country on October 1st to film for my next book trailer.  Will you be the winner?

Love from the simple life,

Teresa Ann Phillips

Monday, August 20, 2012

I  just released three new books, and each has favorite recipes from my kitchen to your kitchen as well as either a sample Amish Romance Novella or short story, or a complete  Amish Romance Novella or short story.  
   I am also having contests for readers, and they will be very interesting, unique ones for the month of September, so please check back!
XOXO from the simple life,
Teresa Ann Phillips

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

     We have been eating rich chocolate cake and ice cream around here, partly because Kayla had a birthday and also because my books have been on the Best-Sellers List.  I am working hard on Amish Orchards' Book One: Amish Farmstead and An Amish Singing: Book Three of the Kentucky Amish series.
     Please check out my three friends: Kathy Fuller, Samantha Jillian Bayarr, and Jennifer Collins Johnson.  They are awesome authors.
   Jennifer Collins Johnson's website

   Samantha Jillian Bayarr's website

   Kathy Fuller's website

Happy Reading!


Teresa Ann 

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Amish Teachers Series

Amish Hope on Kindle

Amish Hope, which is the first book for the Amish Teachers series, was just released onto Kindle and will be on Nook later this week.  Have you ever considered yourself living in a box, worrying about what others think about you? Charlotte Miller has literally done that: she's not left her Amish home for sixteen years, and when the disease relapses and she may be healed, she find herself being labeled by prejudice and her own self-doubt.  Sometimes when we have it hard and have to "dance with the wolves" we learn who we really are and that we can think for ourselves.