Where Lilacs Still Bloom author Jane Kirkpatrick interviews with Ungrind. Click here to read where Jane’s love for writing began, if she grows lilacs, her next upcoming book, and much more!
Kay Wills Wyma, author of Cleaning House, is featured in The New York Times “Motherlode” blog. To read her “Let Them Climb Trees (And Fall)” parenting adventure, click here!
This has been our reality at WaterBrook Multnomah in Colorado Springs for the past 24 hours. Please take a minute to pray for us (we have staff who may lose their homes), for our city (more than 100 homes have burned in the past 12 hours) and for the firefighters battling this blaze (more than 800 as of 8pm last night). Our office is not in any immediate danger, but we have a front row seat to the catastrophe out our conference room windows and the view is sobering, to say the least.
Historical fiction writer Jane Kirkpatrick, author of Where Lilacs Still Bloom, is featured in the Oregonian. To learn more about Kirkpatrick’s own real-life history and how she started writing novels, click here.
The Widow of Saunders Creek, by Tracey Bateman, was featured on USA Today’s “Happily Ever After” blog. Go here to read why this book is “fresh, compelling, romantic and a little bit scary.” The book was also reviewed on BookReporter.com, available here.
Canada’s only national weekly current affairs magazine MACLEANS, reaching 2.4 million readers, featured Cleaning House author Kay Wills Wyma. Click here to read!
Wildflowers from Winter, the debut novel by author Katie Ganshert, received 4 Stars from Night Owl Reviews! “Wildflowers from Winter broke my heart, and stomped on my emotions. I laughed, I cried, and in the end I loved.” Click here to read why!