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Thread: Jennifer Chiaverini "Elm Creek Quilt Novels"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanne307
    I am on Union Quilters right now... I have read the whole series from beginning to end... they are very good. I love reading them. The new one "The Wedding Quilt" comes out in November. My favorites of the series are The Runaway Quilt and The Lost Quilter. Enjoy them!!!
    I'm reading the Union Quilters now also; and for some reason I'm not enjoying it as much as I have the others. But I'll keep plugging away at it

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    Quote Originally Posted by traumaRN
    Quote Originally Posted by jeanne307
    I am on Union Quilters right now... I have read the whole series from beginning to end... they are very good. I love reading them. The new one "The Wedding Quilt" comes out in November. My favorites of the series are The Runaway Quilt and The Lost Quilter. Enjoy them!!!
    I'm reading the Union Quilters now also; and for some reason I'm not enjoying it as much as I have the others. But I'll keep plugging away at it
    I have to agree. I just started the Union Quilters today and it seems, I don't know, confusing in its character development. I find myself having to look back to figure out relationships

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    have them all in Hardback...they are worth investing in!
    Will be helping to promote the NEW book "The Wedding quilt" due out soon!

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    I have 2 of them but not any mentioned. Do you have to read them in order? Are they sequential? I have the Quilter's Legacy and the Christmas Quilt. I haven't started either one yet. Are they related?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redmadder
    They are light reading. Kinda like popcorn for the mind.
    This is what I like about them. I don't have to think about anything just read it. Great for when you are tired and don't want to have to figure anything out!!!

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    I have enjoyed her books too! I have just finished Aloha Quilt which was very good.

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    If you go to the author's website, she gives you the order they should/could be read in. She does state each was meant to be read as a stand-alone novel, as she hadn't planned on writing a series. I have enjoyed the first 2, but am waiting for the 3rd to be returned to my library. I already have the next 3 after that sitting here....waiting....waiting....waiting....

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    They are all stand alone books so you don't have to read one before another in order. The Union Quilters, I started and couldn't get motivated to stay with that one for some reason. I'll try again one day. I loved The Quilter's Apprentice and The Aloha Quilt best I think. But then again The Runaway Quilt and The Circle of Quilters were really good! Once I got started I just couldn't stop!

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    what great stories! i love reading about others' quilting experiences

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd
    I have 2 of them but not any mentioned. Do you have to read them in order? Are they sequential? I have the Quilter's Legacy and the Christmas Quilt. I haven't started either one yet. Are they related?
    Better to read them in order. Relationships develop thru the story and it makes way more sense. I love these books!

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