Sunday, August 21, 2011

Amish Book, Amish Writer, Ohio Amish

The Healing by Wanda Brunstetter
 Award-winning and best-selling romance novelist and Amish writer, Wanda Brunstetter, will be presented in an Amish home in Ohio Amish County, September 17 & 19, 2011 for a book signing and sharing over an Amish meal.  She has authored nearly 50 books, with more than 5 million copies sold and has been recognized by the New York Times as a best-selling author.

Make it an award-winning evening either Saturday night or Monday night, when you attend the Wanda Brunstetter book signing.  The evening event features a traditional Amish meal, which includes mashed potatoes, gravy, two meats, noodles or dressing, a hot vegetable, salad, dinner roll, and choice on desserts.  In addition to introducing her latest Amish book, "The Healing," Wanda will share about her love for writing, the Amish culture, and the simpler way of life.  Copies of her other best selling books will be available for purchase.  The book signing will begin at 4:30 p.m., with dinner served at 6 p.m. 

A Cousin's Promise

A memorable evening can be yours when you reserve a room at the award-winning Millersburg, Ohio, Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast, recently the recipient of a "Certificate of Excellence for the year of 2011" from TripAdvisor and a distinguished inn on  Specially packaged for guests of The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast, the book signing and Amish meal is only $25, added to the price of your room of choice.   Call The Barn Inn at 330-674-7600 and mention "Book Signing" to create your memorable evening.

Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast - Queen Suite

A stay at Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast includes a full, hot, country breakfast, served in the inn's dining room.  Owners Paul and Loretta Coblentz take time each morning around the breakfast table to talk about some of the most interesting and out-of-the-way Amish businesses and homes to visit.  I have often stated, "Many people take off work, drive long distances, spend money at hotels and wake up the next morning wondering what there is to see and do. The information we give and the places we direct people to, enhances our guests' experiences."  An excerpt from a guest thank you letter states, "Thank you for taking the time yesterday morning during breakfast to give the little talk about the area.  I had been to the Berlin area twice before, but never stayed overnight because what I found was very commercialized.......I wanted to see the culture and the things the Amish had to sell.  Your talk made me change my plans and go adventuring in the area.  I am SO glad I did!!!"  She went on to say that the highlight of her vacation was her visit to an Amish home I directed her to.  She continued, "I've thought of nothing but of this family since I left their home yesterday morning!  They've touched my heart and made me a better person for having met them!"

 Create a memory with a stay at The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast.

Submitted by Loretta Coblentz
August 21, 2011

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