Guest Post: I still dream of “perching” on a stone wall in the moonlight

Sometimes, you have to be in the right mindset, the right place in your life, for a book to connect with you. For our guest writer, Judy, and Emilie Loring books, that time was in her twenties: I was in my teens back in the late 1960’s, and my older sister, 13 years older than … More Guest Post: I still dream of “perching” on a stone wall in the moonlight

Guest Post: I Became a Writer Because of Emilie Loring

I wonder how often Emilie Loring’s readers are inspired to write their own fiction? Our guest writer and I met one hundred posts ago (!), when I first started blogging. We bonded over Emilie Loring and learned that we both tried to write books like our favorite author’s. Today, Kate shares her story with us:  If you had told me … More Guest Post: I Became a Writer Because of Emilie Loring

Guest Post: Seven Reasons Why I Love Emilie Loring

Today, we hear from Debbie, who has recently discovered Emilie Loring. I’m a book addict to begin with, and when I find an author I can read repeatedly without getting bored, then I know I’m hooked for life! I first learned of Emilie Loring’s books from a Facebook fan page for author Grace Livingston Hill. … More Guest Post: Seven Reasons Why I Love Emilie Loring

Guest Post: A Cheerful Print Frock and Emilie Loring

We first met Heide in When the Best Stories are Both New and Old.  I’m so happy she agreed to write us a full post.  Enjoy! The first Emilie Loring book I read was Bright Skies. I don’t really remember why I picked up that book in the little school library [My cousin and I were helping my aunt … More Guest Post: A Cheerful Print Frock and Emilie Loring