Sail Away to “Three Sisters Island” – Guest Review by Hayley

“On a Coastal Breeze” by Suzanne Woods Fisher is the second story in the series of “Three Sisters Island”.  It follows the story of the middle sister, Maddie, as she opens her therapy office on the little island that her family now calls home.  We also revisit many other secondary characters from the first story. Continue reading

A Second Visit to Nantucket

“Minding the Light” is Suzanne Woods Fisher’s newest release in the “Nantucket Legacy” series, a unique story filled with fascinating history, a secondary plot from an earlier generation (in the form of a journal), and the unique setting of Nantucket Island in the 19th century. Published by Revell in the summer of 2018, this story of the Quakers who made a living from the dangerous whale trade is a must-read for all of Ms. Fisher’s Amish fiction fans. Continue reading

An Inspiring Nantucket Adventure

Although I haven’t read very many of Suzanne Woods Fisher’s numerous novels, the ones I have read are always enjoyable and unique. Her newest Historical Romance release from Revell Publishing, “Phoebe’s Light”, was no exception, and is the first of an exciting new series called the “Nantucket Legacy”. As the back cover promises, readers will be swept away on an adventure set against the “treacherous shores of Quaker life on the storied Nantucket Island”. Continue reading

Showcasing the Power of Forgiveness (but for mature readers)

SampleTitle: The Heart of the Amish: Life Lessons on Peacemaking and the Power of Forgiveness

Author: Suzanne Woods Fisher

Publishing House/Publication Date: Revell/2015

Genres: Christian Living; Amish Non-Fiction; Inspirational Non-Fiction; Devotional

Number of Pages: 192

You should read this book if… You enjoy learning about the lifestyles and value systems of the Amish and Mennonite communities – what they believe and how they portray their faith in everyday situations. In addition, Continue reading

Anna’s Crossing review

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A treacherous journey across the Atlantic. A story of forgotten love renewed. A ship filled with scheming officials and uncivilized sailors. Do these elements sound like any Amish story you have ever read before? Believe it or not, Suzanne Woods Fisher’s newest novel takes place primarily on board a ship in 1737, when the Amish believers first began crossing the ocean from Europe to begin a new life in America. Published by Revell in 2015, Anna’s Crossing is a gripping saga Continue reading