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!
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.
Jane Kirkpatrick is known for looking at fiction through the lens of strong women in our country’s history. The same is true for her latest book, WHERE LILACS STILL BLOOM, where she shares the life of Hulda Klager.
Hulga Klagers life-long passion for beauty and knowledge becomes the story of how the generosity of sharing ones gifts transforms the lives of family, a community, and far beyond.
From Where Lilacs Still Bloom:
Beauty matters it does. God gave us flowers for a reason. Flowers remind us to put away fear, to stop our rushing and running and worrying about this and that, and for a moment, have a piece of paradise right here on earth.
Drawing on the themes of generosity, sorrow, kindness, and perseverance found in the life of this remarkable woman, Jane Kirkpatrick brings us devotional thoughts:[ … ]