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Karen McQuestion's essays have appeared in Newsweek, Chicago Tribune, Denver Post, Christian Science Monitor and several anthologies. She is the author of six books self-published on Amazon’s Kindle, one of which, the novel, A Scattered Life, caught the attention of an L.A. based production company and became the first self-published Kindle book to be optioned for film. Five of her previously self-published books will now be published by AmazonEncore. McQuestion lives with her family in Hartland, Wisconsin.
 
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Wish Me Home (2017)
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"Wish Me Home has all the trademarks of a Kay Bratt novel: a heartwarming story that nourishes the soul, beloved characters, and a plot that kept me turning pages."
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The Truth We Bury (2017)
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"Compulsively readable and gorgeously written, Barbara Taylor Sissel’s The Truth We Bury had me enthralled from the first page to its stunning conclusion. Readers will love the blend of suspense, mystery, and family drama, and book clubs will find much to discuss. This is a novel you won’t want to miss."
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Rapid Falls (2018)
Amber Cowie
"Rapid Falls is an ingenious thriller cleverly disguised as a straightforward story about two sisters coping with the aftermath of a tragedy. Just when I’d thought I’d figured it out, the novel twisted into something entirely different, leading to an ending worthy of Alfred Hitchcock. You aren’t going to want to miss this remarkable novel."
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You, Me & Mr. Blue Sky (2019)
Craig Lancaster and Elisa Lorello
"Elisa Lorello and Craig Lancaster have crafted a charming update on the classic romantic comedy in You, Me & Mr. Blue Sky. Honest heartwarming, and wickedly funny, this is one you won't want to miss."

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