Slices of Life (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, #7)

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  • Hardcover
  • 277 pages
  • Slices of Life (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, #7)
  • Judy Baer
  • English
  • 24 July 2019
  • 9781602851535

About the Author: Judy Baer

Judy KayeJudy Baer was born and grew up on a farm on the prairies of North Dakota, USA An only child, she spent most of her days with imaginary people either those she read about or those she made up in her head Her most ambitious conjuring did not succeed, however She kept a clean stall with hay and oats for the horse she imagined would come but unfortunately, it never did As an adult, however, she managed to make that dream come true and raised foundation quarter horses and buffalo for some years A voracious reader, Judy learned to read with comic books, anything from Little Lulu and Superman to the Rawhide Kid She sold her first story for 10.00 to a farm magazine She still has the 10.00.She graduated from Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota with a major in English and education and a minor in religion At the time, she was simply studying what interested her, but now realizes that she was educating herself for her future career as an inspirational christian romance writer.Judy wanted to write for Harlequin even in high school but it wasn t until her youngest child learned to say No that she realized that she d better consider a second career to fall back on when mothering was done Her first book was written with her little girl on her lap Judy would type a few words, say Now, Jennifer, at which time her daughter would hit the space bar before Judy continued typing It wasn t the fastest way to work, but it offered a lot of mother daughter time together An over achiever, she s written 71 books for various publishers The mother of two and step mother of three, she now has lots of family to enjoy.In 2001, she went back to school and became a certified professional life coach Currently she is working on her Master s in Human Development in the areas of writing, coaching and spirituality and writing inspirational Chick Lit which, she says, is the most fun she s ever had writing.

Slices of Life (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, #7)Once You Visit The Charming Village Of Acorn Hill, Tucked Away In Rural Pennsylvania, You Ll Never Want To Leave Townsfolk Relax On Their Porch Swings Or Gather To Discuss The Day S Events At The Coffee Shop Over Homemade Pie It S The Kind Of Town Where

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10 thoughts on “Slices of Life (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, #7)

  1. Cheryl says:

    Everyone in Acorn hill is busy getting ready for the all class reunion The caterers back out leaving Jane to figure out the food for the reunion.She gets her friend ,Clarissa who owns a bakery, to agree to do the baking Clarissa is upset because her 3 adult children are coming and want her to stop working and live in a nursing home Grace Chapel has challenging guests, a young couple that fight all the time and a man who hides in his room I

  2. Donna says:

    Another delightful, inspiring story from Acorn Hill, PA where the inn is always welcoming interesting visitors and the town folk keep things interesting.

  3. Deb says:

    8th book in series The town of Acorn Hills is celebrating the all school reunion for their county Everyone is busy getting things ready and the sisters of Grace Chapel Inn involved in the mix of things Their current guest seem to need lots of their special care Mr Enrich who seems extra grouchy, and a young couple on vacation searching for their dreams in owning a restaurant and an old classmate of Jane s that caused bad feeling back in high school The owner of the Good Apple Bakery Clarissa, loves her job as owner and baker, but is getting older and slowing down a little Her kids seem to think she s way older then she feels and they think she should retire and move with them This is causing her much stress at the same time as she s helping Jane out with the food for the reunion This is a very uplifting story that helps everyone in the end.

  4. David Leemon says:

    I think I might be getting critical of books as I get older and crankier, but this book had about as much suspense as a Daniel Steele novel, except that the characters were not as believable.Note This has become the 1000th book added to my Read shelf.

  5. NK says:

    I like the characters and town Would seek of this series.

  6. Karon Wheeler says:

    Missing pagesAs much as I wanted to read Slice of Life I choose not to after discovering 10 blank pages in just the first 3 chapters my downloaded book so disappointed

  7. Lisa says:

    Since I just found out this is part of a series, I will try to read the rest in order I really enjoyed this book, the feel of it, warm, cozy, homeynice gentle read.Comment 3 people found this helpful Was this review helpful to you YesNoReport abuse4.0 out of 5 starsSmall town Friends and FamilyByRustion March 24, 2016Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseThis Small town Friends, Family and faith book is of course an easy read I ve retread it again as I do several of the Tales from Grace Chapel Inn It is a great escape and one could get ideas to better ones life Enjoy Comment Was this review helpful to you YesNoReport abuse5.0 out of 5 starsSlices of LifeByPat Mooreon January 29, 2014Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseI really liked this book, i liked the Reunion, because Jane had been hurt very bad by classmate Shirley At Reunion Jane was the Beauty and got to kind of show off, but in a nice way Kind of out shine Shirley I liked mr Enrich story also.Comment Was this review helpful to you YesNoReport abuse4.0 out of 5 starsbeautiful easy readingByDIANA MCPHERSONon April 7, 2014Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseThe characters of Grace Chapel Inn are endearing and each story brings them to life a little Judy Baer added a beautiful book to the series, this one is from Jane s perspective.Comment One person found this helpful Was this review helpful to you YesNoReport abuse5.0 out of 5 starsLove this series ByAmanda Grayon April 9, 2014Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseThis series couldn t be better The only drawback is that doesn t have them all in Kindle editions yet Let s get to it, We love Grace Chapel Inn.Comment One person found this helpful Was this review helpful to you YesNoReport abuse4.0 out of 5 starsSlice of AmericanaByDiane Wyderon August 30, 2013Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseLike all of the other Grace Chapel Inn books, this book was just so home town I would love to visit Acorn Hill, and meet all of the friendly folks there Bravo, on another fine book Please bring Comment Was this review helpful to you YesNoReport abuse5.0 out of 5 starsAnother fabulous bookBy Customeron January 23, 2015Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseI love, love,I ve the Tales from grace chapel Inn I wish they were all available for kindle readers in proper sequence That would be the only change I would suggest.Comment Was this review helpful to you YesNoReport abuse5.0 out of 5 starslove itBy Customeron March 11, 2013Format Paperback Verified PurchaseI love this entire series I am slowly purchasing each chapter book and trying to read every single one They are the type of books you pick up and just cant put down Comment Was this review helpful to you YesNoReport abuseSee all 19 customer reviews newest first Write a customer reviewAdvertisementMost Recent Customer Reviews5.0 out of 5 starsReunion CelebrationI really enjoyed this book Brought back memories of my own high school reunion I love watching God work in the storyline.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer5.0 out of 5 starsAnother slice of heavenI love these stories, I feel like I m part of the community This is one of my favorite s A must readPublished 3 months ago by goody5.0 out of 5 starsFive StarsI have thoroughly enjoyed every book in this series.Published 1 year ago by Kathy Welch4.0 out of 5 starsFour StarsReally enjoy the Grace Chapel Inn StoriesPublished 1 year ago by Customer5.0 out of 5 starsFive StarsOne of my favorite so far of the Tales.Published 1 year ago by Judith harvey4.0 out of 5 starsStill a good read and brings Mark back to townThis book didnt seem to be as all inclusive of what has been happening all along in the series Still a good read and brings Mark back to town Published 1 year ago by Customer4.0 out of 5 starsRepeated Book, New NameGrace Chapel Inn is the kind of place I d like to find for a relaxing, learning week However, this is the same book as another and I paid for both of them.Published on October 16, 2014 by J SeeburgerSearch Customer ReviewsSearch

  8. Michele says:

    If you have been reading this series, you already know Alice, Louise Jane If not, let me briefly say they are 3 sisters who turn their old Victorian family home into Grace Chapel Inn after their father pastor of next door Grace Chapel dies In each book, the reader gets to know the sisters, the other residents of Acorn Hill and the guests that are staying in the Inn at that time.In this book, the town of Acorn Hill and nearby Potterston are combining forces for an all school class reunion The sisters are in the thick of it, not only hosting guests who are attending the reunion, hosting non reunion guests but also each is doing their part to make the reunion a success This particular book is mostly focused on Jane, the youngest sister who is also an accomplished chef and an artist She feels definite prodding from God to pray for certain guests and to do what she can to help others some of whom just seem sad despondent, others who are having marital difficulties and one in particular who was very cruel to Jane when she was still in high school Through it, Jane sees God s hand but also comes to realize that she must learn to leave certain things to God.A wonderful story with wonderful lessons for us all.

  9. Mom says:

    Love these stories.Jane likes to help everyone She has all sorts of people who come around to stay in the inn They have their problems and she tries to help All of the sisters, pray for their visitors The ones staying this time seems to be needing prayer Whether fussing over which way they should go or feeling let down.With the reunion, everyone is pitching in to help since the restaurant has said they could not do all the meals.The visitors Mr Enrich, had his problems with always working His wife left with their son.Zach and Nancy wanted to open a restaurant which they each had dreamed of Clarissa helped them to achieve their goals.Clarissa s kids wanted her to stop working so hard But she only knew how to work, she did not know how to sit around Her knees were hurting her.She learned there is things to do than work, and she got great enjoyment out of it.The reunion for everyone was a success It was busy for a lot of people trying to get it planned and then carried out those plans when everyone came to town.Loved this book.

  10. Jodi says:

    I always like this books and the recipes that follow This book was about a town reunion where the whole town came together to make it happen Jane got to cook and new guests stayed at the inn One was a strange man who didnt talk much He had a dreadful past and was looking to end his life when he found the inn THings always work out and he is starting a relationship with God.