Complete Checklist of Books by Christine Lynxwiler

Beneath Heaven’s Curtain – novella in the City Dreams Anthology, November 2001

Change of Heart – novella in the Prairie County Fair Anthology, January 2002

My True Love Gave to Me – novella in the All Jingled Out Anthology and Simply Christmas anthology - September 2004 – NOTE: Same story by Christine Lynxwiler appears in BOTH books.

Arkansas - March 2006 – four books in one volume.The following books were released to the Heartsong Presents book club before they were repackaged complete in Arkansas:
In Search of Love
Patchwork & Politics
Through the Fire
Longing for Home

Home for the Holidays – same novella in BOTH the Christmas in the Country Anthology and the Ozark Family Christmas anthology – Sept. 2006

Promise Me Always - Pinky Promise Sisterhood Series – Book 1 - December 2006

Along Came a Cowboy - Pinky Promise Sisterhood Series – Book 2 - May 2008

Forever Christmas - September 2007

Alibis in Arkansas - December, 2008 –Sleuthing Sisters mystery series - three books in one volume - co-authored with Jan Reynolds and Sandy Gaskin. The following books were released first to the HP Mysteries book club then repackaged complete in Alibis in Arkansas:
Death on a Deadline
Drop Dead Diva
Down Home and Deadly

The Reluctant Cowgirl – McCord Sisters series – Book 1 - April 2009

Cowgirl at Heart – McCord Sisters series – Book 2 - February 2010

Cowgirls Don't Cry – McCord Sisters series - Book 3 - November 2010

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Softball, softball, softball 

Summer came and went, didn't it? Who stole our most relaxed season and replaced it with a whirlwind of activity? At our house, softball seems to be the culprit. Summers are always busy with our favorite sport. Our daughters are just far enough in part in age to never be on the same team, so usually he goes one way with one and I got the other way with the other. But this year there weren't enough girls in our oldest daughter's age group and most importantly, there wasn't a coach. So out of desperation, my husband and I tried our hand at coaching. We rounded up everyone willing to play summer league softball and moved our youngest daughter up to be on the team (at her request.) It made for a major obsession but I have no regrets. All four of us going in the same direction, being on the same team, was amazing!! We didn't win a lot of games, but we had a blast and the days flew by. And now school's back in session.

I'm writing on a tight deadline and our oldest daughter came home yesterday (second day of school) with a schedule. . . high school softball practices start next week after school. Oh, and the coach has offered to let our youngest daughter practice with the team, even though she's still too young to play in high school games. What's a devoted softball mom to do? I'm charging up my little laptop and getting ready to follow the neon yellow ball. Since I'm not coaching, I can at least write while they practice!

How wonderful! I know what you mean about bidding summer farewell. My son starts fourth grade on Monday, and my baby girl starts Kindergarten. Gulp.
Your love of softball is inherited, I believe. I remember going to games in Newport with you when we were in school to watch various members of your family play. I especially remember going the summers that Daddy was sick and in the hospital. It was so nice to be able to go somewhere and not have to worry about him for a while. Good luck to your girls' team.
I'm not posting this on the correct post, but I just had to say how much I enjoyed your book THE RELUCTANT COWGIRL. I loved it!


oh my goodness ! i cant believe this is you! i was googling for a few new books to read and i cant believe i came across you and your sisters name as authors! how exciting is that, finally someone has put beedeville on the map! lol..anyway this is marcia , i use to be marcia carlton . i sure would like to catch up sometime and hear how your sisters and kenny are doing.
Amy, the years fly. And yes. . .BIG GULP!! Thanks for the comment! Susan, I'm so glad you loved The Reluctant Cowgirl! You made my day! Ginger! I remember those good times. Miss you! :) And MARCIA!! HI! Email me at Christine_Writes@yahoo.com and give me your email address so I can write back and pass it on to Sandy. I've often wondered how you were doing!!
I'm a former softball mom, now a grandmom! Cherish this hectic time it goes soooo very fast! My husband coaches our daughters team ( getting the job exactly the way you and your husband did! lol I was the "official" score keeper. What great memories we have! It was a blast. By the way I just finished "In Search of Love" most awe-inspiring book I read Thanks!
It's October and I'm still wishing for those less hectic days! :-) Maybe we will have a snow day soon and we can all stay home and catch up.
I am looking forward to reading your book The Reluctant Cowgirl that I won at WordVessel. My sister has recommended the book Simply Christmas as well, she told me it's great! Guess I'll be heading to the bookstore soon.

I loved Forever Christmas, it was my first Christmas book for the season, I stayed up till 2:00 am to finish this morning. Love the triangle love story. It was well written. It was my first book written by you, and I look forward to reading many more. Good Luck in all you do.

Hi Christine. I just finished reading your book Forever Christmas that a friend gave me for Christmas 2009.
I loved it. Doris Toronto Canada

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Michigan Bound! 

I'm leaving today to meet three wonderful authors--Mary Connealy, M.L. Tyndall, and Kaye Dacus in Grand Rapids, Michigan for a whirlwind booksigning tour. Our first signing will be tomorrow night (Monday, March 30th) in Battle Creek, Michigan and from there, we'll do two a day until the grand finale next Saturday. If you live in Michigan, please consider meeting us at one of our signings! We are all so excited about this opportunity and can't wait to get to know our readers better. In honor of the tour, we all answered a set of interview questions and this week, I'll be posting our interviews here. But for now, I'm off to fill my coffee thermos and check my oil (okay, the oil in my Explorer.) So here's our schedule for the week.

Monday, March 30th
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Family Christian Stores
Minges Brook Mall
5700 Beckley Road, Suite B-2 • Battle Creek, MI

Tuesday, March 31st
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Family Christian Stores
3155 Westshore Drive • Holland, MI

Tuesday, March 31st
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Baker Book House
2768 Paris Ave SE • Grand Rapids, MI

Wednesday, April 1st
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Family Christian Stores
Rivertown Center
3819 Rivertown Pkwy SW, Suite 100
Grandville, MI

Thursday, April 2nd
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Leighton Township Library
4451 12th Street • Moline, MI

Thursday, April 2nd
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Jude 3
2279 North Park Drive, Suite 810 • Holland, MI

Friday, April 3rd
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Family Christian Stores
Jolly Cedar Plaza
5132 S. Cedar Street • Lansing, MI

Friday, April 3rd
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Family Christian Stores
Westnedge Corners Shopping Center
4413 S. Westnedge Ave • Kalamazoo, MI

Saturday, April 4th
10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Family Christian Stores
3343A Alpine Road NW • Walker, MI

Christine, It was great to meet you this evening in Grand Rapids. That was the first book signing my daughter, Courtney, attended and she thought it was so cool to "get close and talk with the authors"!. Enjoy the rest of week and I hope many come to visit you all!
Christine, Just finished Along Came a Cowboy and wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed it. I will definitely be picking up more of your books. You did a great job making me care about Rachel and Jack, along with their friends. I felt you stayed true to what the characters would do or think. As a Christian, I do not like Christian romance that is heavy on the romance and light on the Christian. I feel that you blended both elements beautifully. I didn't feel like I was reading a sermon, nor did I feel like the author threw in saying grace just to be able to call the story Christian. Bravo!
Mrs. Lynxwiler, I loved your book Forever Christmas. I have read it 7 or 8 times in about 8 months. That is the only book of yours that I have read although I'm anxious to read more. Thank you so much for what you are doing.
Thank you so much for visiting my blog!!!! I am so honored!!!!
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Do you Facebook? 

Yes, it's happened. Facebook has gone the way of google and morphed into a verb. Have you joined the fb craze yet? If you have, then why haven't you friended me?? (Another new verb, or at least a slightly different take on the old verb befriended)

If you're a facebooker (Help! We need a new dictionary for all these words!) and you read my books or just want to know more about them, I'd love for you to join the facebook group Christine Lynxwiler Readers. Click HERE and when you get to the group page, just click on JOIN GROUP. I keep the page updated with new release info, booksignings and personal appearances, plus whatever is new in my writing life. Come on over! Leave a wall comment, start a discussion thread, or just lurk and find out what's going on. See you there!

I just asked you to be a friend on facebook, and I would love to be entered into a contest where I might win a free book if you have one going on, my email is:

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Info about my books! 

A lot of readers ask me where they can find my books online. I looked around and found some available at great prices! Just click on the link below to the book you're interested in for more details!

602298: Alibis in Arkansas: Three Romance MysteriesAlibis in Arkansas: Three Romance Mysteries

By Christine Lynxwiler, Jan Reynolds & Sandy Gaskin / Barbour Publishing

No matter where southern sisters Jenna and Carly go, murder turns up like a bad penny. When the local newspaper editor is killed and Carly's son is a suspect, Jenna decides to go undercover to get the scoop on murder. A vacation in Branson , Missouri, sounds like fun but Jenna and Carly are surprised to find that the glittering lights and twanging tunes make a perfect backdrop for...murder! Back home in Lakeview, Carly's new diner is really cooking. But the last time she looked, murder was NOT on the menu.. So why is there a body outside her backdoor?

98966: Along Came a CowboyAlong Came a Cowboy

By Christine Lynxwiler / Barbour Publishing

When Rachel Donovan, a strong-willed chiropractor with a past, meets Jack Westwood, a bull-headed cowboy looking for a future, it looks like hate at first fight. But when the dust settles, it may be love. Can the chiropractor and the cowboy bridle their growing attraction, or will love ultimately have free reign?

93554: Promise Me AlwaysPromise Me Always

By Christine Lynxwiler / Barbour Publishing

Thirty-five-year-old widow Allie Richards has always dreamed of having her own landscaping business. After losing her job, Allie's Pinky Promise girlfriends convince her to enter Shady Grove's Beautiful Town Landscaping Competition. The prize? The town's landscaping and maintenance contract. But there's a hitch. Every move Allies ragtag crew makes will be featured in the reality segment of a local TV show.

898218: Forever ChristmasForever Christmas

By Christine Lynxwiler / Barbour Publishing

After two broken engagements, Kristianna Harrington forsakes her dream of a December wedding and focuses her attention on her Christmas shop in Jingle Bells, Arkansas. When a handsome lawyer proposes changing the town's name, Kristianna has jumbled feelings. Will her heart discern the truth before her town and her holiday spirit are extinguished? 288 pages, softcover from Barbour.

91075: ArkansasArkansas

By Christine Lynxwiler / Barbour Publishing

The four McFadden brothers put their lives--and love--on the line. When Jake sees Brandi Delaney stranded in a rushing stream, he knows he has to save her. Will his act of mercy change both their lives? Clint is compelled to rescue Jessa Sykes from a burning cabin. Will his heart get singed in the process? Holt is attracted to Megan Watson, a woman struggling to atone for her dead husband's crimes. Will her ugly past ruin Holt's political career? Cade is asked to help Annalisa Davis find her sister. If Cade takes the case, will he lose his heart? Dare these Ozark Mountain brothers risk their hearts for love?

91506: Simply ChristmasSimply Christmas

By Pamela Dowd, Christine Lynxwiler & Wanda Luttrell / Barbour Publishing

Four women face one decision this Christmas: Will they jump into the commercialized rat race or pursue the true meaning of the holiday through a simpler approach?

05547: Prairie County FairPrairie County Fair

By F. Chrisman, L.A. Coleman, C. Lynxwiler & T.H. Murray / Barbour Publishing

Blue ribbons, cotton candy, livestock, romance---it's the county fair! 464 pages, softcover from Barbour.

Hi Christine...
First let me say that I read Forever Christmas and really enjoyed it.

I am looking forward to reading The Reluctant Cowgirl. My question is...Amazon has Shoot For The Stars listed as also being The McCord Sister book 1. Is Shoot for the Stars supposed to be the second in The McCord Sisters series or is that an error or a large print edition?

Have great day.
Sherry K

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