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Tea Party Winners: Carla Gade's winner is Becky Dempsey, Andrea Boeshaar's winner Caryl Kane, Gina Welborn's winner Jasmine A., Carrie Fancett Pagels' winners book copy -- Lynda Edwards, teacup and saucer -- Wendy Shoults

Friday, September 23, 2016

September New Release Tea Party - A European Tour




Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, England

St. Michael's Mount, Marazion, England






Join us for high tea here in the countryside of the Cotswolds as we begin our European Tour!  Tea with cream and sugar, scones with clotted cream, and all manner of cookies! (Don't get too full, we have a few more stops!)
Cotswolds, England



Amid the Unforgettable Cotswolds,
the Final Grasp for the Fire Eyes Diamonds
Could Threaten Them All

Lady Ella Myerston can always find a reason to smile--even if it's just in hope that tomorrow will be better than today. All her life everyone has tried to protect her from the realities of the world, but Ella knows very well the danger that has haunted her brother and their friend, and she won't wait for it to strike again. She intends to take action . . . and if that happens to involve an adventurous trip to the Cotswolds, then so much the better.

Lord Cayton has already broken two hearts, including that of his first wife, who died before he could convince himself to love her. Now he's determined to live a better life. But that proves complicated when old friends arrive on the scene and try to threaten him into a life of crime. He does his best to remove the intriguing Lady Ella from danger, but the stubborn girl won't budge. How else can he redeem himself, though, but by saving her--and his daughter--from those dangerous people who seem ready to destroy them all? 


Roseanna M. White pens her novels beneath her Betsy Ross flag, with her Jane Austen action figure watching over her. When not writing fiction, she’s homeschooling her two small children, editing and designing, and pretending her house will clean itself. Roseanna is the author of a slew of historical novels and novellas, ranging from biblical fiction to American-set romances to her new British series. Spies and war and mayhem always seem to make their way into her novels…to offset her real life, which is blessedly boring. You can learn more about her and her stories at www.RoseannaMWhite.com.


Roseanna is SO excited that the final story in the Ladies of the Manor series is out in the world, and to celebrate, she's offering a US resident a choice of any book in the series, or an international winner a choice of any of her e-books! 



NEXT Stop on our European Tour!!!
Cathedral Ceiling, Amalfi, Italy



The Colosseum, Rome, Italy


Don your beautiful colonial travel clothes for your European tour as we sail on to Italy!

What sights we'll see!

And we have more releases from our Colonial Quills contributors!

Have some Italian espresso, cream cake, and a sliver of ricotta cheesecake!

The Restoration Trilogy: 

When Jennifer Rushmore accepts a brooding bachelor’s job offer to act as coordinator for the restoration of his family’s historic doctor’s house (White), apothecary (Widow) and log cabin (Witch) in a rural Georgia community, little does she know it’s her own heart that will undergo the greatest renovation. Three stories. Three centuries. Three lessons on the healing of the heart. And one buried mystery that threatens their redemption.

Widow, Book Two: 

Jennifer Rushmore has overseen the restoration of Michael Johnson's ancestors’ doctor’s house long enough to work through their initial differences. Now the apothecary shop discloses a heart-breaking tale circa 1870 Georgia, shaking loose Jennifer’s own carefully suppressed past. She fears that when Michael sees beyond her façade, her tentative steps toward trust and love may disintegrate into rubble. On her journey to forgiveness, Jennifer draws on her new faith and friendships, even as the mysterious accidents clouding her first preservation job escalate into imminent danger. https://www.amazon.com/Widow-Restoration-Trilogy-Denise-Weimer/dp/0997011939/

Denise Weimer:

... holds a journalism degree with a minor in history from Asbury University. A former magazine writer, she is the author of The Georgia Gold Series (historical romance), The Restoration Trilogy, and several romantic novellas. Denise is a wife and swim mom of two daughters who always pauses for old houses, coffee and chocolate! http://deniseweimerbooks.webs.com

In honor of the September release of Widow, Denise is giving away one print copy to a visitor who comments on the blog today.

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What's a European tour without a little visit to a German castle? Strong German coffee, coffee cake, and strudel are all served up at this stop!


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A Mother in the Making, by Gabrielle Meyer

Matchmaking with a Mission  
Practical, steady, levelheaded: all qualities single father Dr. John Orton expects in both a governess and a wife. But his children's temporary governess Miss Marjorie Maren seems set on finding him an impractical woman to love…despite his plans of marrying solely for convenience. Nothing could be more exasperating to the handsome widower—except his increasing interest in Marjorie. 

Vivacious and fun-loving: that's the kind of bride the reserved doctor needs. Before Marjorie leaves to pursue her acting dreams, she intends to match him with a suitable wife candidate. Yet growing affection for her four charges and their dashing father has awakened a new hope—that she might be his perfect bride. But can she convince her employer to take a chance on love and claim real happiness before it slips away?

Gabrielle Meyer lives in central Minnesota on the banks of the Mississippi River with her husband and four children. As an employee of the Minnesota Historical Society, she fell in love with the rich history of her state and enjoys writing fictional stories inspired by real people and events. Gabrielle's first Love Inspired Historical, A Mother in the Making, released in September 2016. Her next story, A Family Arrangement, releases in December and her next novella, First Comes Love, releases in December with the Seven Brides for Seven Texans novella collection from Barbour. Gabrielle can be found on her website gabriellemeyer.com where she writes about her passion for history, Minnesota, and her faith.

Gabrielle is offering a copy of A Mother in the Making to one blog visitor today.

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A European tour isn't complete without visiting the alps for a little yodel le he hooo! Whether you're in Germany's Black Forest or Italy's Defereggen Mountains or Scotland's Cairngorms, you can find a grand view to enjoy a spot of tea. Across the Atlantic, the mighty Rocky Mountains play the perfect host for the holidays. 

Meet nine couples who find that Christmas is the perfect time for climbing to the heights of romance. Watch as their faith and courage propel them through challenges that come with mountain winters to cozy fireside celebrations that lead to lasting proclamations of love.

Mountain Christmas Brides featuring "All Ye Faithful" by Gina Welborn

"All Ye Faithful" by Gina Welborn
(Novella was previously released in A Cascades Christmas)

Every week for the last two years, E.V. Renier has petitioned the local brewery magnate for permission to marry his daughter. Despite receiving a sound rejection each time, E.V. continues in hope of proving the faithfulness of his character. Heiress Larkin Whitworth has no idea of the quiet yet charming sawmiller’s devotion. Not until awful rumors about her rip through the town. As the annual Christmas soiree approaches, Larkin fears E.V.’s love might not be as strong as the shameful truth she’s trying to hide.

Gina Welborn is the author of ten inspirational romances, including "All's Fair," in the ECPA-bestselling Lassoed by Marriage Romance Collection. She serves on the ACFW Foundation Board. A lifetime member of the National Corvette Museum, she helped form the Southwest Oklahoma Corvette Club. Gina lives with her husband, three of their five children, several rabbits and guinea pigs, and a dog that doesn't realize rabbits and pigs are edible. Visit her online: www.ginawelborn.com

Leave a comment on the blog and you may win a copy of Mountain Christmas Brides (print or Ebook)

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On to beautiful France! In July, Carrie Fancett Pagels' Saving the Marquise's Granddaughter (Pelican/White Rose) release in paperback. Her novel, given a starred review by RT Book Reviews was partially set in 18th century France.)  Don some French silk pumps and come have tea in France with us! We have chocolates, fine lemon tarts, café au last, and hazelnut torte for you here at our final stop on the European tour!


Longchamps Palace Fountain, Marsailles, France
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The O' Little Town of Christmas/O' Christmas Town Collection has released from Forget Me Not Romances. This ebook set includes Carrie's Maggie Award Finalist 2016 Romance Novella "The Substitute Bride" and Debra E. Marvin's "Desert Duet."


Debra is giving away two boxed sets (Ebooks) and a truckload of snow come next February. Delivery to Arizona preferable! (and she'll need a place to stay before heading back home.)


Please let her know in the comments if you'd like to receive this set of six Christmas novellas! Follow Debra on her Amazon author page to learn about upcoming releases! 





Carrie is giving away an ebook boxed set of O' Little Town of Christmas collection and another winner will receive a paperback copy of The Substitute Bride. You must be a follower on this blog either on Blogger or on Facebook (click here) and indicate "CFP CQ" in your comment to enter for these prizes. 

Sign up for Carrie's newsletter by emailing her at
cfpagels@gmail.com (put "newsletter" in subject line) for a chance to win your choice of seven of her ebooks or three of her paperback books that are already in print. 
Be sure to join the Quillers over at our mid-day Facebook party (click here) which will be Friday, September 23rd, 2016 from 12 noon until 3 PM Eastern time! You'll get to visit with the authors during their half hour slots. We'll have some more prizes for our guests over there, too, and we'd love to see some of your recipes for the countries we visited on our Grand European Tour!

130 comments:

  1. my goodness, what a day! Thanks for all the lovely photos. I enjoyed 'following' Roseanna on her special trip.
    Congratulations to all the September release gals! I'll be checking in later and hope to see you all at our facebook party as well!

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    1. Hi Deb! Glad to be celebrating with you! Congrats on the the collection!

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    2. Hi, Deb! Congratulations on the boxed set release of Christmastown!

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    3. Sorry I missed you, Debra - I'd love to have a copy of the Christmas novella collection, as well as any of the other wonderful books being given away today - thanks for the giveaway opportunities!!

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  2. Fabulous job on the post! What a lovely format for a day with friends. Looking forward to chatting at 1. I'll be giving away a print copy of WIDOW for those who comment here and during my slot, as well as an ebook version on Facebook.

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  3. Wow, what a fun book tour, with such lovely images to set the scene! I've been loving the Ladies of the Manor series, but I'm excited to see some new [to me] books to check out too.
    rachaeldalquist AT yahoo DOT com

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    1. Thanks for coming by Rachael! Would you like a scone and tea?

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    2. Good morning, Rachael! Thank you for stopping in.

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  4. I always adore these parties and I'm so glad this one is a European tour. I've spent all week watching documentaries about British castles and it has been fascinating.

    Also, I'd love to win any of the prizes. And "CFP CQ".

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    1. Oh, I'd love to go on a full European tour! I've been to England and southern Scotland but not on the continent! Would you like some treats? Which country's food most appeals?

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    2. I'd love to go on a European tour too. Pity all the strife over there now. My father was stationed in West Germany back in the 1970s. In the three years we lived there, we toured West Germany, Holland, and Austria. Fun memories!

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    3. I love Italian food. I just had a friend of mine over there for a bike race (I think she placed 3rd) and the photos were amazing.

      I would also like to pop into Switzerland and have some of their famous chocolate!

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    4. I'd love to visit England, Ireland, and especially Scotland - home of some of my ancestors!!

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  5. So many great looking books this months! Congrats everyone! :)

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  6. Congrats to all the CQ authors with new releases! So excited for Denise, Debra, Carrie, Gina, Gabrielle, and Roseanna. What a bounty of September blessings!

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    1. Thanks, Elaine! Excited about your upcoming colonial release!!! Best wishes!

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  7. Beautiful photos! Wonderful books! Excited for the FaceBook party! lelandandbeckyatreagandotcom

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    1. Excited you are here!!! come sit with me and have some green tea and cookies!

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    2. Welcome to the party, Becky! Do enjoy the cookies. (Can't recommend the green tea.)

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    3. I love most any tea, including green, Carrie!!

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    4. I am not partial to green tea either.

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  8. Welcome, ladies! The tea is brewing, and we are preparing the tables with fall treats!

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    1. YAY, I love everything about fall!!

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    2. I love autumn colors and the cooler temperatures.

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  9. It was fun to see the pictures. I enjoyed being able to put a picture to the story of A Lady Unrivaled. I have never been to Europe, so it was fun to go virtually. I've read about half of these books and enjoyed them and would love to win more with this party and CFP CQ.

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    1. Hi Becky! How is autumn in Michigan? thanks for visiting with us. I have some delicious ganache torte here from Germany! have some!

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    2. Ganache torte from Germany? Umm, hi Becky, gotta find that torte.

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    3. The trees are started to get a little color here and there.

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    4. Isn't the cover of 'A Lady Unrivaled' beautiful, Becky??

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    5. I am enjoying the pictures as well. I have not been to Europe either, would like to go to Scotland and Ireland one day.
      Blessings,Tina

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  10. So many beautiful books! I'm reading Roseanna's this weekend!

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    1. Glad to see you, Beth!!

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    2. I am listening to Ro's book on audible.com download, Beth Erin!

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  11. Congratulations CFP CQ and all the New release authors. I'm reading Mountain Christmas Brides now. Anxiously wanted to read Widow. So many good books to read. My ancestors are from England so enjoyed the pictures. TY for having me today. Now to try to get more work done. Have tomatoes cooking to can juice. Made hubby bacon, biscuits, gravy, eggs, and sliced tomatoes this am and have that mess cleaned up. Blessings all.

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    1. Lucy, bet it smells heavenly at your house! I hope you enjoy the new novels in your down time.

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    2. Hi, Lucy! Happy reading! And cooking!

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    3. I remember the days of canning everything from the garden. Lots of work but so good to have for the winter. I can't physically do that any longer.
      Blessings,Tina

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    4. Wow you were busy, Lucy! I hope your husband is okay tonight!

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  12. This is a wonderful lineup of books this month. Congratulations to all the authors.

    I keep wondering: what is clotted cream? I hope one of the authors can answer this question for me.

    I would love to be entered in the giveaways listed here EXCEPT for Widow and the O Little Town of Christmas novella collection. I already have both of them.

    I do follow here on Blogger. Thank you so much for having these wonderful parties.

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    1. Debbie Wilder, clotted cream is wonderful. It is more like a cross between whipped cream and pudding. Like really thick whipped cream sweetened with sugar. Super yummy!

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    2. I've had it at a tea and it is delicious, Carrie!!

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    3. I have not had clotted cream either Debbie. Sounds rich Carrie.
      Blessings, Tina

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    4. Debbie, you're my winner! Will try to get in touch with you via email or Facebook.

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  13. CONGRATULATIONS Carrie Fancett Pagels, Debra E. Marvin, Denise Weimer and Gina Welborn on your releases! I am so excited to celebrate with you at the lovely tea party! Blessings!!!!

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    1. Welcome, Caryl, and thank you for the flowers and refreshments you contributed!

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    2. Thanks, Caryl, for stopping in and enjoying the tea party!

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    3. Thanks Caryl or should I say Caroline (oops, no that is my story world character inspired by your name!) Kane? Great to see you here. Always love celebrating with you!

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    1. Thanks, Teri! We had quite a few this month! More next month, too!

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    2. I will be watching for them! The weather in Ohio is cooling down & hopefully that will leave me a little more time to get caught up on my "to read" list!

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  15. Hello again,
    Mountain Christmas Brides looks like my kind of book. I'm loving the collections right now.
    I do follow on Blogger as 1bgpayne

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    1. Wonderful to see you, Cheryl! You do such a great job supporting authors and helping us network. Let me bring you a plate of refreshments!

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    2. One of my fave friends!!! Need to get together soon!!! Hugs!

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    3. Hi, Cheryl!! I agree, Denise!!

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  17. Please do not enter me into the O'Christmas Town giveaway, I have the set already. I am reading one novella a week. Trying to make the enjoyment last.
    I would love to win any of the other books offered though.

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    1. Nice to meet you, Andrea! I hope you enjoy the party, and good luck!

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    2. Great idea, Andrea! That is what I do when I get a new collection -- I try to read just one at a time and enjoy! Blessings!

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  18. It is a good thing I brought so many gowns along for this exciting European Tour! Tea and scones sound wonderful.


    CONGRATULATIONS Carrie Fancett Pagels, Debra E. Marvin, Denise Weimer, Gina Welborn,and Roseanna White on your new releases!

    Blessings,Tina

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    I am not entering the contest as I have read all the books except...A Mother in the Making, by Gabrielle Meyer....I have O Christmas Town and Mountain Christmas Brides but have not read them yet.

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    1. What is your favorite tea flavor, Mrs. Tina?

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    2. You can't enter, Tina, because you are one of us Quillers now!!! CQ members can't win on parties. We're so glad to have you join us!!! Hugs!

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    3. I like herbal teas...Pomegranate/Raspberry is my favorite, also like Lady Grey.

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    4. I thought that Carrie, but wanted to be sure I wasn't entered... ;-)
      I am glad to be here!
      Blessings, Tina

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    5. Happy to pour some Lady Grey for you!

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    6. You must have a large luggage fee with all those gowns, Tina, LOL!!

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    7. Haha, I surely do Bonnie! ;-)

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    8. Bonnie, we try to take care of Tina's luggage fees when she travels to the CQ parties ;) ;)

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  19. Hello, ladies! Congratulations on all your releases!! I love all these monthly tea parties, we get to have so much fun!

    I am a bit late. My daughter and grandson are visiting. I love having them over!!

    Hugs and blessings!!

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    1. Hi Regina! I continue to get compliments on your beautiful daughter. People see Amber's picture on the cover of Lilacs for Juliana and they think she's a lovely model, and they are right! Hugs to all!

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    2. Hugs for your grandbaby, Regina!!

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    3. Congrats Regina, per random.org you are the winner of Gina's giveaway! The cover on Mountain Christmas Brides is beautiful!

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    4. That's awesome that people still compliment the cover! She's always been photogenic! Even as a baby! I need to get into my library and see if they will carry the books! Hey they have a local cover model! Hehe

      Thanks, Bonnie! He receives lots of hugs and kisses from us!!

      Hard to believe I won! I wasn't expecting anything!! I will do ebook. :)

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  20. How fun to meet these authors! Please toss me into the drawings :) "CFP CQ"
    I'm enjoying Mountain Christmas Brides!!
    dkstevensne AToutlookdotcom

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    1. Hi Deanna! Great to see you here! I'm glad you're enjoying Mountain Christmas Brides!

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  21. Wow! Great pictures and post. Congratulations to all you amazing author Carrie Fancett Pagels, Roseanna White, Debra E. Marvin, Denise Weimer, Gina Welborn.

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    1. Thanks, Marilyn! It's getting near lunch time. Would you like some American-style food I snuck into the party? Chicken biscuit filet, dirty rice, coleslaw and sweet tea! Time traveling back to colonial era shortly!

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    2. Carrie, your lunch sounds delicious. I really prefer food from the past--part of growing up on a rural family. Guess that's the reason I'm always using family recipes more than newer ones. : )

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    3. I enjoyed growing up on a farm also, Marilyn!!

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  22. Congratulations on your new releases, ladies. Fascinating settings all.

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    1. Hey Janet! I can't wait for your party! December will be here soon!!!

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  23. I so love getting to know the authors ("in person") of the books that I enjoy!
    You are all so kind and generous with your time.

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  24. It's our honor to get to know you readers. The reason we write! :)

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  25. I'm afraid my grilled cheese with tomato sandwich sounds dull compared with the delicious food some of you had!

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    1. Sounds good to me. My lunch was a quick frozen meal. Now about to make something a little better, chicken parm marinara sliders for the kids after school!

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    2. Yes, I'd like to win the books! CFP CQ jarning67(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    3. Are you kidding? That's one of my favorite meals!

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  26. Congratulations for all the new releases. Enjoying the CQ tea party!

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  27. (Chappy enters)
    Hello to all. I cannot stay. I just wanted to say congratulations to all of these wonderful authors. The books look wonderful and I hope to add them to my tbr list soon. Hugs to all. I must go now.
    (Chappy leaves)

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    1. Hi Chappy!!! Great to see you all the way over here in France! Take a baguette with you!

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    2. Sorry to have missed chatting with you, Debbie!!

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  28. Hey Y'all!!! Oh my goodness! All these images of places I would love to visit...sigh!!! I've been busy pinning y'all's books to my Pinterest boards while my husband (you know he came early from work) discovers that the new windows on our home we just bought in July...aren't made for screens! Whaaaat?! I'm going to die in here when the temps drop. I always love having my windows open. Now why didn't I notice there were no screens before we bought the house, you ask? I don't know. Other than to say I guess the Lord blinded my eyes to that because I would have walked away. And it's been so obvious this is where He wants us.

    Well, anyway. Thanks for the fabulous party, all the great info on your books and far away places. Blessings to each of you as you continue to honor the Lord with your words!

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    1. Sorry about your lack of screens, Anne - but glad to see you!!

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  29. I had such fun at the Facebook party! Thank you authors!

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  30. My son had a doctor's appointment so I didn't get to pop in as much as I wanted today! But these look like great books! I added a bunch to my get it to read list!!!

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    1. Thanks Amy for adding those to your list! Great to see you here! Have some goats cheese on a Baguette and some tomato slices.

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  31. What a beautiful virtual tour - I've always wanted to visit Europe, thank you!! SO many delicious treats to enjoy along the way, and exquisite new books to read. Congrats, authors!!

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    1. Thanks Angel Bonnie! Great to see you here today! Big hugs!

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  32. Thanks for a FB great party earlier today and for always providing us with great posts on this blog. Thanks also for this beautiful tour.
    ~Debra, I would love to receive this set of six Christmas novellas but Kentucky usually gives me all the snow I need!
    ~Carrie, I follow CQ on FB. "CFP CQ"
    ~Denise, I am anxiously waiting for my library to get Widow.
    ~Roseanna, I am eager to read Lady Ella 's story.
    ~Gabrielle, "A Mother in the Making" has such a sweet cover and the story sounds fantastic.
    ~Gina, I would love to read your story "All Ye Faithful" that is included in Mountain Christmas Brides.
    Last, but not least, thanks to all of you ladies who offer us so much enjoyment through your talent with words!
    Blessings!
    Connie
    cps1950(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Thanks, Connie, for giving us all that info in one place! Many blessings! Always glad to have you with us. We're about to order an Italian treat called "pizza" soon -- would you care to have some?

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    2. Hi, Connie, thank you! Since The Restoration Trilogy is not set locally for you (I'm assuming you're not in North or Mid-GA), you'll probably have to ask the library to order the books. That would be awesome!

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    3. Per random.org you are one of my paperback winners, Connie! Congrats!

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    4. Thank you Carrie, I am thrilled.

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    5. Thank you Connie! You're one of the sweet readers here who make this so much fun!

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  33. I'm loving all these books! I can't wait to go to the library and get them!!!
    ttmom 42 at gmail dot com

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    1. Hi Terressa, I don't know that your library will have them. If they don't, some libraries will get them if you request them! Blessings! Carrie

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  34. What a fabulous post thank you. Loving all of the pictures.

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  35. This tour brought a smile to my face and also brought back great memories of some of the places we visited during the years our family lived in Paris. The beautiful places in Europe are so awesome and I wish everyone could have a chance to see them. Thank you so much for sharing.

    I'm looking forward to reading the books featured here. They all sound delightful.

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  36. What a wonderful party - so very sorry I had to miss it. Congratulations on all the new releases. They sound just wonderful - I certainly would love to win any of them! The pictures are gorgeous - now I really would like to take a trip.
    bettimace (at) gmail (dot) com

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  37. Thank you so much for stopping by, ladies. Glad you enjoyed the European tour and introduction of our new releases!

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  38. Hi

    Just a comment from a Brit here. I am a little perturbed by the continual references to Cream in tea. Just to let you know, Brits do not take cream in tea- we use plain old milk. You would be unlikely to find tea served that way anywhere in Britain either, we just don't do it.

    Cream is for Coffee, and that's what we put it in. Not tea, yeuchh!

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