Entries by Carrie Turansky

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Books Like Downton Abbey

  Hi Friends, Are you a Downton Abbey fan?  Scott and I loved visiting Highclere where Downton Abbey was filmed a few years ago. That was a great inspiration for my English historical novels set in the Edwardian Era.    If you enjoyed Downton Abbey and would like to read some inspiring novels set in […]

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New Fiction For September

Hi Friends, these are the new releases from ACFW authors this month, including new newest, A Man To Trust, Book 2 in the Bayside Treasure Series, which releases September 10th, eBook and Paperback. Visit my website for more info about A Man To Trust.  Contemporary Romance: A Man to Trust by Carrie Turansky — After […]

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New Fiction For August

Hi Friends, I hope you’re enjoying these final days of summer and you’ll take some time to enjoy one or more of these new releases from American Christian Fiction Writer member authors. Contemporary Romance: The Butterfly Recluse by Therese Heckenkamp — Lila finds solace in her sheltered world by raising butterflies and surrounding herself with […]

Creativity At Its Best!

Hi Friends, No Ocean Too Wide, my latest English historical novel, released just a few weeks ago. Do you have your copy yet? If not, you can order it here.  I’m so pleased with all the great reviews coming in on Amazon and GoodReads! Thanks so much for posting your reviews. I’ve seen some beautiful […]

Are You a British Home Child Descendant?

Hi Friends, Did you know that more than ten percent of those living in Canada today have a relative who came to that country as a British Home Child? That’s more than 3,700,000 descendants! Some of the British Home Children and their descendants stayed in Canada and others moved to the United States, and a […]

New Fiction from ACFW Authors

Hi Friends, Here are some of the new novels releasing in July from American Christian Fiction Author members. I hope you’ll find your next book to read!  Contemporary Romance: Hometown Hope by Laurel Blount — In the three years since her mother’s death, widower Hoyt Bradley’s daughter, Jess, hasn’t spoken—until she suddenly begs him to […]

Who Were the British Home Children?

Hi Friends, Many of you may be familiar with the Orphan Trains that took impoverished children from large cities in the East to live with families in small towns and on farms in the Midwest. But did you know that during that same time period more than 100,000 poor and orphaned British children were sent […]

Across the Blue On Sale!

Hi Friends, just a quick note to let you know my English historical novel, Across the Blue is on sale for $1.99 wherever you buy eBooks!  Across the Blue was a finalist for the Selah Award and has more than 120 great reviews on Amazon with a 4.7-Star rating. Readers say they enjoyed the romance […]