Two New Cover Reveals

An Amish Homecoming is a novella collection with Amish authors Amy Clipston, me, Shelley Shepard Gray and Kathleen Fuller.  It is due to release in October of this year. More information coming soon.

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And I’ve combined all  four of the Surf’s Up series into one cover.

The Surf's Up Collection (4 in One Volume): A Tide Worth Turning, Message In A Bottle, The Shell Collector's Daughter, and Christmas by the Sea by [Wiseman, Beth] Surf’s Up Collection

New Indiana Series Title Reveal

As you know, since before Christmas I’ve been writing and putting the finishing touches on my first book in a new series set in Indiana. I managed to hit the submit button just a few days ago! I can now tell you that the series will be called An Amish Journey and book #1 will be titled Hearts in Harmony. I don’t have a cover to show yet. My awesome marketing team at HarperCollins Christian Publishing is still developing it. I’ll post  as soon as I’ve seen and approved it.

February Contest Winners

Charlotte Dolinsky’s mother was Janell. Congratulations to the four randomly selected readers who correctly answered my February trivia question:

Robin in NC

Nicole House


Roberta McMahan

If your name is listed above, please send your mailing address to me at and tell me if you would like it endorsed to someone other than yourself. Congratulations!

Beth Recommends…….

This past September I was at the ACFW Conference in Dallas, and my publisher—HarperCollins Christian Fiction—gave us a couple of books that they had published. One of the gifts was The Magnolia Story by Chip and Joanna Gaines. As I’ve mentioned before, sometimes I don’t get a complete book read by the time this monthly newsletter goes out. It depends where I’m at with my own publishing schedule. But I started The Magnolia Story, and if you are fans of this TV couple on HGTV’s Fixer Upper, you might want to give it a try. I’m only a short ways into the story, but I love the funny and clever style of the writing. Also, worth a mention, this book has 4,814  reviews and is maintaining a 4.9 (out of 5) rating. You don’t see many books holding steady at that ranking.

March Special …….

An Amish Kitchen has been repackaged and is now available in a mass market edition. The list price for this novella collection is $7.99. Beth is offering signed copies of this mass market edition (while supply lasts) for $4.99.