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The Amish (/ˈɑːmɪʃ/; Pennsylvania Dutch: Amisch, German: Amische) are a group of traditionalist Christian church fellowships, closely related to but distinct from Mennonite churches, with whom they share Swiss Anabaptist origins. The Amish are known for simple living, plain dress, and reluctance to adopt many conveniences of modern technology. The history of the Amish church began with a schism in Switzerland within a group of Swiss and Alsatian Anabaptists in 1693 led by Jakob Ammann. Those who followed Ammann became known as Amish.
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M/M fiction with Amish Themes
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“ The most splendid thing about the Amish is the names they give their towns. Everywhere else in America towns are named either after the first white person to get there or the last Indian to leave. But the Amish obviously gave the matter of town names some thought and graced their communities with intriguing, not to say provocative, appellations: Blue Ball, Bird in Hand, and Intercourse, to name but three. Intercourse makes a good living by attracting passers-by such as me who think it the height ...more ”
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The place on Goodreads to interact with author Kathleen Fuller.
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science fiction, mystery, detective fiction, historical fiction, ancient history, police procedu…more
[close] science fiction, mystery, detective fiction, historical fiction, ancient history, police procedural, Amish fiction: for fans and would-be fans of Dr. Phil D'Amato, the fictional NYPD forensic detective who has appeared in my science fiction mystery novels and short fiction, and in audiobooks, a podiobook, and a short film . bibliography of D'Amato's appearances 1995: "The Chronology Protection Case," Analog Magazine, nominated for Nebula and Sturgeon Awards, reprinted five times 1996: "The Copyright Notice Case," Analog Magazine, nominated for Nebula Award 1997: "The Mendelian Lamp Case," Analog Magazine 1999: The Silk Code, Tor Books, winner of Locus Award for Best First Science Fiction Novel of 1999 2002: The Consciousness Plague, Tor Books 2002: Jay Kensinger's short film of "The Chronology Protection Case" 2002: Mark Shanahan's full-cast radio play of "The Chronology Protection Case" performed at the Museum of Television and Radio, NYC, nominated for the Edgar Award 2003: The Pixel Eye, Tor Books, nominated for Prometheus Award 2004: Audio adaptation of The Consciousness Plague, by Mark Shanahan, published by Listen and Live 2005: Audio adaptation of The Chronology Protection Case, by Mark Shanahan with Paul Levinson and Jay Kensinger, published by Listen and Live 2007: The Silk Code podiobook, performed and produced by Shaun Farrell, in Top 20 Podiobooks of 2007 2012: "author's cut" Kindle ebook edition of The Silk Code published by JoSara Media 2013: Jay Kensinger and Paul Levinson revise and release new extended version of "The Chronology Protection Case" short film, and make it available on Amazon Prime Video 2013: "author's cut" Kindle ebook edition of The Consciousness Plague published by JoSara Media 2014: "author's cut" Kindle ebook edition of The Pixel Eye published by JoSara Media 2015: audio reading of "The Chronology Protection Case" on Starship Sofa
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A place for readers to ask Lydia questions about her books, characters, upcoming releases, serie…more
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