Author: Kathleen

An Amish Summer is Available Now!

I’m celebrating summer with the release of my latest book, An Amish Summer!  An Amish Summer is a novella anthology with myself, Shelley Shepard Gray, Amy Clipston, and Kelly Irvin. It arrives in stores on June 6. Click...

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HUGE May Book Sale!!

Just in time for Mother’s Day! Several of my Kindle Amish titles are on sale this month for 1.99 each (An Unbroken Heart, A Love Made New) and 2.99 (A Reluctant Bride, An Amish Harvest, The Hearts of Middlefield...

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Review of the Crochet Light Hook

This post is brought to you by An Amish Home, a novella anthology by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Ruth Reid, and Kathleen Fuller. Click on the link to find out more.  I was in Hobby Lobby the other day (my home away from home)...

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Street Team!

Thank you so much for your interest in joining Kathleen’s street team.  Street team members play a vital role in spreading the word about Kathleen’s books. Click here to access the application.

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And the winner is…

Megan Potter! Megan won the Written in Love Prize pack. Congratulations, Megan. Stay tuned for more news about upcoming contests. Also, sign up for my newsletter to get the latest on my books and giveaways. A BIG thank you to...

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Meet Kathleen

With over a million copies sold, Kathleen Fuller is the author of several bestselling novels, including the Hearts of Middlefield novels, the Middlefield Family novels, the Amish of Birch Creek series, the Amish Letters series, the Brides of Birch Creek series, the upcoming Mail Order Brides of Birch Creek, as well as a middle-grade Amish series, the Mysteries of Middlefield. She has also contributed to numerous novella collections.

She and her husband James live in Arkansas and have three adult children. When she’s not writing, Kathleen is avidly crocheting, reading, and traveling, sometimes all at the same time. She runs the Facebook group Books & Hooks, which combines her love of books, crochet, and collecting recipes that she’ll never have enough time to make.