Like a Winter Snow FLF

Happy Friday, reader friends! Are you ready for a Christmas story?! Check out the first line of Like a Winter Snow by Lindsay Harrel below, then open the book nearest you and share the first line!

New titles just added plus several 2019 releases in the ebook deals under $2 on the shop page! Gift one to a friend and spread some bookish cheer! As always, I only share books from authors I am familiar with or those that have been recommended to me by a well-read friend. Feed your ereader or Kindle app or try the Kindle Unlimited program or take the 2 free audiobooks Audible trial for a spin! Whichever way you choose to enjoy your stories, I wish you hours of happy reading this weekend!


Like a Winter Snow by Lindsay Harrel

Like a Winter Snow by Lindsay Harrel



If it were anyone but Sophia Barrett getting married, Joy Beckman wouldn’t dream of getting on a plane tomorrow.


I preordered this one and I highly recommend y’all take advantage of this preorder price as well before the book releases next week!


The Secrets of Paper and Ink with Lindsay Harrel q&a on Faithfully Bookish 
Don’t miss Joy’s appearance in The Secrets of Paper and Ink, then go to
Hoarding Books to find more FLF bloggers!

15 thoughts on “Like a Winter Snow FLF”

  1. “Welcome to Smythe Orchard,” I said, smileing brightly at the group of holiday shoppers stepping off a shuttle bus. “I’m Winona Mae Montgomery, but you can call me Winnie. I live here on the farm with my granny, who you all know as Granny Smythe.”
    APPLE CIDER SLAYING by Julie Anne Lindsey
    2clowns at arkansas dot net


  2. On my blog, I’m featuring The Elusive Miss Ellison by Carolyn Miller. Here, I will share the first line in Chapter Nine of my current read, It All Started at the Masquerade by Janice Cole Hopkins. Melanie awoke to find Gemona sitting beside her bed watching her.

    Have a wonderful weekend!


  3. I just finished reading this last night! It is darling! I’m ready to start a send Courtney to Cornwall campaign. 🙂


  4. Happy Friday! My first line is from “The Wedding Dress Christmas” by Rachel Hauck:

    “In the glow of the town’s newly strung Christmas lights, all her fears seemed to fade.”


  5. Sorry I’m late to visiting this week. On my blog this week I shared the first line from Memories of Glass by Melanie Dobson but I just started reading Coral by Sara Ella so I’ll share the first line from chapter 2 here: “This is not my home.” Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend!


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