My Review:
“Crank down the A/C, make yourself a cup of hot cocoa,
curl up in your favorite chair, and start reading!
A Lancaster County Christmas,will take you away
to Amish farm house, blanketed in snow.
Inside the farmhouse, via a chance meeting,
the broken hearts of two very different women,
will mend and grown strong.”

“Suzanne Woods Fisher, has done it again.
She has written a book so simple, yet touching…
that you come to the realization
that the most wonderful miracles in life,
are not spectacular, and seem by the masses. 
No, they are the small ones, 
that can’t be seen at all…
they are the miracles of the heart!”
(I was given a free copy for review purposes.)

From the Publisher:
Jaime and C. J. Fitzpatrick began their married life 
as most couples do–in love and looking forward to a bright future together.
 But four years later they’ve drifted apart and are almost ready to call it quits.
Mattie Riehl was hoping to give her husband Sol the Christmas gift 
they have both longed for–news that a baby was on the way. 
But as usual, she is disappointed. 
The holidays bring an acute awareness to Mattie
that her dream of a big family isn’t likely to become a reality.
Then a winter storm raging outside blows the Fitzpatricks into the Riehl home–
and into a much slower pace of life. 
Can these two couples from different worlds help each other understand 
the true meaning of love this Christmas?

With her trademark plot twists and attention to detail, 
Suzanne Woods Fisher offers readers a beautiful Christmas story of love, 
forgiveness, and what truly matters in life.

About the Author:

Her interest in the Amish began with her grandfather, 
W.D. Benedict, who was raised Plain. 
She has many, many Plain relatives living in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, 
and travels back to Pennsylvania, 
as well as to Ohio, a couple of times each year for research.

Suzanne has a great admiration for the Plain people 
and believes they provide wonderful examples to the world.  
In both her fiction and non-fiction books, she has an underlying theme: 
You don’t have to “go Amish” to incorporate many of their principles–
simplicity, living with less, appreciating nature, 

                                                            forgiving others more readily– into your life.



                                           When Suzanne isn’t writing or bragging to her friends about 

her first new grandbaby (!), 
she is raising puppies for Guide Dogs for the Blind. 
To Suzanne’s way of thinking, you just can’t take life too seriously 
when a puppy is tearing through your house with someone’s underwear in its mouth.


Suzanne can be found on-line at: www.suzannewoodsfisher.com.


You may go HERE to purchase a copy.

It’s Christmas in September – iPad Giveaway 
and Facebook Party!
Enter 9/7-9/26!
Christmas in September iPad Giveaway
It’s Christmas in September!

To celebrate the release of her first Christmas book, 
Suzanne Woods Fisher has teamed up with her publisher, Revell
to bring you the “Christmas in September” iPad Giveaway! 
The winner will be announced on 9/27 at the 
A Lancaster County Christmas Facebook Party!
 Details below. 
Tell your friends and join in the fun (9/7-9/27).

Oh and be sure to follow the blog tour here – 
many of the bloggers have copies 
of the book to giveaway! 
Suzanne and Revell will be presenting one 
merry winner with a Christmas Prize Pack 
(valued at over $600):

  • A Brand New iPad 2 with Wi-Fi
  • $25 gift certificate to iTunes
  • A copy of A Lancaster County Christmas
To enter, click one of the icons below. 
But, hurry the giveaway ends on 9/26.

But, wait! There’s more! 
The winner will be announced at the
on 9/27 at Suzanne’s author page. 
During the party she’ll be revealing something 
 *BIG* 
you won’t want to miss it. 
She’ll also be hosting a book chat, trivia contest and giving away 
a few early Christmas presents! 
Hope to see you there.

Enter via E-mail Enter via FacebookEnter via Twitter
A LANCASTER COUNTY CHRISTMAS – Tour & iPad Christmas Prize Pack Giveaway!

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  1. Hi Libby! Thank you so very much for your thoughtful review of "A Lancaster County Christmas!" Loved reading your impression…and I smiled at the "crank down the A/C" line! So true today…it's in the 90s right now! Thanks for being a part of the blog tour, Libby. Hope you'll be on my other tours! Warmly, Suzanne

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