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Best-Selling author Marsha Hubler joins me!

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Marsha Hubler's latest project is for ladies of all ages. Moving from juvenile fiction, she has written an Amish/Mennonite romance series entitled THE LOVES OF SNYDER COUNTY. The first book, BACHELOR'S CHOICE, was released with two sequels to follow, TEACHER'S PET and LOVE SONG FOR LOUELLEN. She's also writing 12 short stories about her Amish/Mennonite characters in her series, the SNYDER COUNTY'S QUILTING BEE compilation.
Living in central PA in a community populated by the Amish and Mennonite folk, Marsha's accurate portrayal of their lifestyles enhances her writing style, bringing life to her Snyder County characters.
Marsha has always loved kids and horses. She's been a foster parent and had owned horses for over 20 years. Her "Skye and Champ" stories in the Keystone Stables books reflect many of her own "wild" experiences with kids and horses. She also loves dogs and has two mixed terriers, Skippy and Bailey, who she adopted from a no-kill rescue shelter.
Living in a rural farm area of Pennsylvania affords Marsha the luxury of enjoying her three-acre property with her husband and dogs. She has a goldfish pond and a gazebo in her backyard.
Most of all, she is thankful to God for allowing her to write books. She accepted Christ as her Savior at the age of eleven, and now she can look back and see how God prepared her to write books. She considers it a special calling to write, especially for young people, and share biblical principles with which her readers can have happy and productive lives.
Marsha loves to hear from her fans and horse lovers. Visit her at www.marshahubler.com or at her two blogs: www.horsefactsbymarshahubler.wordpress.com and www.marshahubler.wordpress.com

 

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