Author: Kathleen


Last year was a busy writing year for me. I wrote 8 ½ books total! (I finished the other half of the book in January). This year I won’t be writing that many books, but I am working on a few. This month I’m working on the edits...

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This month I’m giving away an autographed copy of An Amish Home and a hand-crocheted scarf. The contest runs from Friday, March 5 to Friday, March 12. To enter, answer this question: Who is your favorite male character from...

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I’ve always got a book or two I’m reading at the same time. At the moment I’m reading three! The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self by Carl R. Trueman This is probably the most fascinating book I’ve read in months. Back in...

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What’s on my desk: NASB Inductive Study Bible

True confession: my desk is a mess. One day I’ll be brave enough to take a pic of it and show you just how messy it is, but today is not that day. Instead I’ll show one of the items that has a permanent place on my...

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A Double Dose of Love Book Club Winners!

Thank y’all so much for a great book club discussion! I had fun reading your responses, and I appreciate you taking the time to discuss the book with me. Stay tuned for more Book Club discussions throughout the year....

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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.