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Connie’s Coffee and Cones is thriving, and owner Connie Spencer is right on track to realize her dream of expanding into a catering business. She believes she owes her success to her remarkable ability to plan. In fact, she has a plan for everything. At least, she thought she did—until Michael Cole appears in Worthville.

Michael has an agenda of his own—and a competing
Kindle Edition, 166 pages
Published January 21st 2020 by Anaiah Press
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Suzie Waltner
Jan 21, 2020 rated it really liked it
3.5 Stars

Connie Sanders loves Worthville, her business, and her neighbors. She’s the first to step in and lend a helping hand, no matter how crammed it makes her schedule.

A Plan for Everything is the first book written by Beverly Varnado that I’ve read. While there were a couple instances I wondered if I’d missed something with two of the supporting characters (turns out, I did), this book stands well on its own overall. The small town atmosphere, the friendships, and the budding romance
Jan 22, 2020 rated it really liked it
Small-town life comes alive in this easy read. Varnado uses vivid word pictures and vibrant characters (hmm, I seem to have a penchant for alliteration -- must have picked that up from the book!) to create an endearing novel in A Plan for Everything. References toYou've Got Mailalways win points in my book, too!

Christianity is weaved throughout A Plan for Everything; characters exemplify Christ as they extend hospitality and truly show what it means to be His hands and feet. I I especially
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Southern writer, Beverly Varnado is a novelist, screenwriter, and blogger who writes to give readers hope in the redemptive purposes of God.

Her work has been a finalist for the prestigious Kairos Prize in Screenwriting, a finalist in screenwriting at the Gideon Media Arts Conference, and a semifinalist in Operation First Novel. She has had a screenplay under option.

She lives in Georgia with her