The Long Run

The Long Run

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BN ID: 2940158474903
Publisher: Global Grafx Press
Publication date: 05/04/2016
Series: The Long Run; Lancaster PA Amish Fiction , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 190
Sales rank: 205,516
File size: 832 KB

About the Author

Ruth Price is a Pennsylvania native and devoted mother of four. After her youngest set off for college, she decided it was time to pursue her childhood dream to become a fiction writer. Drawing inspiration from her faith, her husband and love of her life Harold, and deep interest in Amish culture that stemmed from a childhood summer spent with her family on a Lancaster farm, Ruth began to pen the stories that had always jabbered away in her mind. Ruth believes that art at its best channels a higher good, and while she doesn’t always reach that ideal, she hopes that her readers are entertained and inspired by her stories.

Sarah Carmichael has always loved telling stories, and when she met Ruth at a local farmer’s market and the subject of writing came up, a friendship was born. Ruth and Sarah brainstormed intensively on Ruth’s Yule Goat Calamity series, and worked together on The Long Run series and others. Through this collaboration, Sarah has also gained the confidence to start working on books on her own, which she will be publishing in the future. In her writing, Sarah strives to tell an entertaining story that shows the beauty of God through the seemingly small moments of our everyday lives.

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The Long Run 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
AsISeeItbyYvonne 18 days ago
The NOOK version of this book was affordable for 115 pages. I am a voracious reader and rarely stop reading a book before I reach the end. I had a rough time maintaining interest and getting into this read because of the redundant phrases and thoughts. Just when it began getting a little interesting (about halfway through) and grabbing my interest, it abruptly ended. There was no resolution of the conflict which brought interest to the book and seemed to merely act as a teaser to entice the reader to perhaps search for another book to find a finish to the story. I expect novels to be completed before they are published and was disappointed in this unfinished book. I would not purchase another by these authors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the book. Easy read and I really enjoy the Amish stories