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Laura Hilton, her husband, Steve, and their five children make their home in Horseshoe Bend, Arkansas. She is a pastor’s wife, a stay-at-home mom and home-schools three of her children. Laura is also a breast cancer survivor.
Her first book “Patchwork Dreams” in her Amish of Seymour series from Whitaker House released in April 2011, the second book, “A Harvest of Hearts” in September 2011, and the third in April 2012.
Laura loves lighthouses and she used to go to the Coast Guard festival in Grand Haven every year. She also has fond memories of going to
As a family, they enjoy taking mini-vacations around the area where they live. They have visited Blanchard Caverns, Mammoth Springs, Hardy, Memphis Zoo in Tennessee, and other spots.
She also enjoys playing Monopoly with her husband and one of her sons, or Clue with her younger children.
If Laura could go any place on vacation she would love to visit Alaska, Prince Edward Island, and London England. She also would love to go to
Now, for "A Harvest of Hearts"
Book 2 of the Amish of Seymour series, September 2011
Matthew Yoder volunteered to be part of the swap of Amish men from his Old Order Pennsylvania Amish Community, to the Amish community in
Shanna Stoltzfus has been raised Amish, and couldn’t wait for her rumspringa so she could pursue her education. She hated having to quit school in the 8th grade to stay home and learn everything that makes a home run smoothly. But now she has earned her GED and is taking college courses, but her family is begging her to come home; her little sisters miss her. And there’s something about newcomer, Matthew Yoder that draws her attention. But is it enough to give up her dreams of education and join the Amish church?