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Happy Book Birthday - The Way Back!

February 1 marks the official release date of The Way Back, the eighth book in Abbie Williams’ amazing romantic, endearing and simply awesome series, The Shore Leave Cafe.

The series has explored this wonderful family of women who reside by the shores of a Minnesota lake and in these last few books of the series, takes a darker and somewhat paranormal turn.

Ruthann Gordon has disappeared.

Swept away by powerful circumstances beyond her control, Ruthann awakens in a place far removed from what she has ever known. Terrified and alone, fate guides her path to people she is certain she has never met, but somehow knows.

Marshall Rawley has also vanished from his hometown of Jalesville, Montana, and there has been no word for months. Trapped in the wild and dangerous past, Ruthann discovers truths she never imagined – and begins to understand her role in saving not only her family, but the family of the man she loves more than her own life.

You can start the series from the beginning in
print, ebook or audio or pick it up with Until Tomorrow by requesting it over at NetGalley where we’ll keep it up for a few more weeks.

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News & Reviews

  • From Ant to Eagle is selected as an OLA Best Bet for 2017
  • In The Shadow of 10,000 Hills: "This debut novel is a good choice for those seeking tales of hope after adversity, and it may prove popular with book clubs." — Booklist
  • In The Shadow of 10,000 Hills "Each heartrending detail is revealed with perfect timing, the expert pacing of the story escalating at every turn. It is both a suspenseful and an emotionally graceful novel..." Foreword Reviews
  • In The Shadow of 10,000 Hills named one of the best debut novels coming in 2018 - Bustle
  • "Until Tomorrow, the seventh book in the Shore Leave Café series, is an enchanting contemporary romance that boasts a plethora of sweeping backgrounds, from Minnesota to Montana, though none can compete with the wilderness of the characters’ own hearts." — Foreword Reviews
  • "Debut author Alex Lyttle has crafted a powerful and heartbreaking novel about life, death and brotherly love." Canadian Children's Book News
  • Spring 2018 Catalog Available
  • From Ant to Eagle nominated for Silver Birch Fiction Award: OLA Forest of Reading
  • "Molly Ringle has created a vivid and enjoyable romp through the world of magical beings. Excellent descriptions of local settings, flora and fauna help place readers in the wintry world of the Pacific Northwest, where magic and love reside among the tall Douglas firs and waters of the sound." — Shelf Awareness
  • The Goblins of Bellwater: "Ringle employs familiar fairy tale tropes but turns them on their heads to deliver something wholly unexpected and fresh." — Publishers Weekly
  • "The Goblins of Bellwater is a delightfully creepy paranormal romance set in the rich landscape of the Pacific Northwest ... packed with gorgeous details ... a journey to a world that feels both familiar and freaky—a wonderful place to get lost." — Foreword Reviews
  • Amanda in New Mexico: "...fans of the “Amanda Travels” books will likely enjoy themselves as they explore a piece of the Southwestern United States." — School Library Journal
  • "Wild Flower is a sweet, clever quickstep with characters that feel like longtime friends." — Foreword Reviews
  • Amanda in New Mexico: "Fast-paced, spooky, and enough cultural reference to delight both readers and parents.” — Alex Lyttle, author of From Ant to Eagle
  • Soul of a Crow and An Elegant Theory are 2016 Foreword INDIES Finalists — Foreword Reviews




Events & Appearances


  • Jennifer Haupt: Book Launch at Elliott Bay Books, April 6, 2018 7-9pm
  • Jennifer Haupt National Tour - Click for Details




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