|Love's Reckoning by Laura Frantz|
On a bitter December day in 1784, Silas Ballantyne arrives at the door of blacksmith Liege Lee in York County, Pennsylvania. Liege endeavors to keep him in Lancaster by appealing to an old tradition: the apprentice shall marry one of his master's beautiful daughters. Which one will claim Silas's heart--In this sweeping family saga, one man's choices in love and work, in friends and enemies, set the stage for generations to come. This is the Ballantyne Legacy.
|Crucible of War by J.M. Hochstetler|
Publisher: Sheaf House
When she returns to New York, Elizabeth Howard is drawn ever deeper into the intrigues that swirl around British General William Howe. Brigadier General Jonathan Carleton is transferred to Gates's army in the upper Hudson Valley where his old nemesis, British General Burgoyne closes in on Saratoga. With decisive battles looming on both fronts, Elizabeth and Carleton face a crucible of war that tests their mettle, faith, and the very limits of their love.
Please join us in celebration of these two releases at the Golden Plough Tavern in York, Pennsylvania. And if you like, come in one of the characters from either book, or someone from the American Revolutionary period.
|Golden Plough Tavern Placard|
Enjoy the delectable treats offered at the cozy Golden Plough Tavern; twice as delicious when served on these beautiful dishes!
An 11"x17" print of "Rose and Lantern" by Pat Iacuzzi will also be given away.
"Rose and Lantern"
Copyright: Patricia Iacuzzi 2012
And a lovely colonial pocket, filled with soaps from Colonial Williamsburg, will be given away. These latter two gifts will be drawn late Saturday 9-14-12 (winners within the United States, only, for these two gifts.)
WELCOME to our Colonial Quills Tea Party for these two lovely ladies, who helped get the Colonial American Christian Writers started, two years ago!