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Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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    Cindy Harrison


    My most recent reading has been a Kathleen Fuller trilogy. I missed figuring out that it was a trilogy, so actually read the 3rd book 1st. But it’s about different groups of people from the same community. Has thrown me off a bit in using different German terms than other Amish fiction writers do. But good books in my opinion.

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    Zelka Cani


    Hi Kevin, absolutely loved reading ‘Rebecca At The Beach’ recently on a short day stay at a medical clinic. It made the time pass and I managed to read the entire book that morning. As you said, it is a short story. But I felt that I wanted to read more when I got to the end, I felt that there was more to the story that my brain kept coming up with future events between Mark and Rebecca. Will there be a sequel to this lovely story?

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      Kevin


      Thank you for the kind words, Zelka….I do plan a sequel…I’m hoping relatively soon, so stay tuned!:)

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    Linda from KY


    My favorite author of the genre is the original and the best, Beverly Lewis. I do enjoy books by Wanda E. Brunstetter, Beth Wiseman and others, too.

    I haven’t read your short story yet. Where can I find it?

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    Barb W.


    If you go to the Book Store at the top of the page it will show you how to order the book.

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    Renee


    The only thing I read are Amish books…I feel like they are wholesome and I really like the stories. I do not have a favorite author…I go to the half price book store in my area and pick up a arm load of them….I know that they have Christian values ….that is the main reason I read them.

    Love your web-site!!!!!

    Renee

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    Susan


    My favorite writer is Beverly Lewis. Her writing is superior to most and very enjoyable to read. Dale Cramer is also excellent and has a very different style. I would not call his style bonnet novels as they are not fluffy romance books. My biggest problem is all the series that are out there. I was trying to read different novels from different authors as they were published. Well, by the time book 2 came out I could not remember book 1 as the same Amish names are used over and over by all the authors. So now I only read a few author’s series as published and wait on the others until the series is completed. I have been reading them for over 10 years now and really enjoy them but seems like there is now just “too much of a good thing”! I work at a public library and they are very popular there. But now there are just too many authors jumping on the band wagon! I won’t count you Kevin in this group as you have every reason to write a book, due to all the knowledge you have from your personal experience.

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    Dianne


    I love all the Amish authors, and I have read most of them or I have them to read. I do not read them until I get all the books in the series. The first ones I read were in a series and someone lent them to me, I read the first two and the third one will not be out until this fall, so I had to go out & buy the first two again, so I can read them again, it has been so long. I love the Amish books and they are my favorite read. I will buy yours Kevin when it comes out. I still need to get your first one.

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    Barb


    Kevin, you know YOU are one of my favorite ‘Amish’ authors but also Beverly Lewis. I am anxious to read Abraham’s Redemption in the finished form, I truly loved the first draft.

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    Diana


    Kevin, I caught part of a series on TLC network last night regarding Amish leaving their community and going to live in New York city. I wondered if you have seen it and if so what your opinion is.
    There are several questions that I have about it.

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      Kevin


      Diana,
      I am watching the show tonight, so I’ll start a thread about it after I watch it! – kevin

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        Diana


        Good deal, I will be interested to hear what you think.

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    Tammy


    Kevin, I think you will do just fine with Abraham’s Redemption, I love to read Jerry Eicher so I think you could be right up there with him. Maybe you could do an interview with him. Thanks for your columns and the time you put in to Amish Cook I enjoy reading them.

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