Celebrate Lit Blog Tour for Autumn’s Harmony by Donna Wyland

About the Book

Book:  Autumn’s Harmony

Author: Donna Wyland

Genre: Contemporary women’s fiction

Release date: October 20, 2020

For every woman who has ever desired

to make sense of her past, find joy in

the present, and discover God’s purpose

for her future.

Anna Bentley needs a new life. Struggling in a long-term marriage with two children and carrying a secret that stole her joy many years ago, she begins to search for the key to happiness in marriage and in life. When peach martinis, lacy lingerie and Nicholas Sparks novels fail to quell her discontent and spice up her failing marriage, she finds what she was looking for in the most unlikely place.

Autumn’s Harmony is a poignant and witty tale about the healing power of forgiveness, reconciliation and new beginnings.

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About the Author

Donna Wyland is an award-winning author whose personal essays and poetry have appeared in numerous publications. Her published work includes picture books, Your Home in Heaven and If I Could Ask Jesus, and a gift book titled Surrender. Donna is a mother and grandmother, and she lives in the Midwest with her husband surrounded by quilts, crafts, and oodles of books. To learn more, visit www.freetobe.faith or connect with Donna on LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest.

More from Donna

Anna Bentley needs a new beginning. Most women have felt the same way at one time or another. When life is routine and marriage & family are a struggle, where can you find true happiness? Anna discovers her new beginning in an unlikely place – the same place I found mine when I was thirty-three. Join Anna on her journey to reignite the happiness in you.

My Review of Autumn’s Harmony:

Autumn’s Harmony, by Donna Wyland, was a story I enjoyed. For full disclaimer, there were some swear words sprinkled throughout the beginning of the story, which surprised me since it was listed as a Christian fiction book. I understand why the author chose to put them in there; however, I think she could have gotten her point across without having to use them.

It seemed as though the author told me the whole story in the first chapter. I found out immediately what her secret was, the state of her marriage, her feelings of personal discontent, and her relationship with her children. While the telling didn’t bother me, it could have been sprinkled throughout the book and I would have enjoyed that approach as well.

Part of me sympathized with Anna; part of me wanted to shake her by the shoulders and tell her to appreciate what she had been blessed with. I absolutely loved Vicky and the wisdom she shared (especially as she showed, and shared grace).

I was happy to see this is the first book in a three book series. I’m excited to see what is going to happen with the family as they continue on their journey. One disappointment I had, though, was that the author didn’t disclose where Anna’s daughter was headed with her friends. I would have liked to have had that piece of the story revealed.

I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit but was not under any obligation to write a review. All opinions are strictly mine.

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To celebrate her tour, Donna is giving away the grand prize package of a paperback copy of Autumn’s Harmony and a $25 Magnolia Market E-Gift Card!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.


2 Replies to “Celebrate Lit Blog Tour for Autumn’s Harmony by Donna Wyland”

  1. Thank you for sharing your review of this story, it sounds like a wonderful book and series

  2. The book sounds fabulous. Thank you for sharing your time and talent. God bless you.

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