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Katherine Reay

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Katherine Reay has lived all across the country and Europe and has just moved with her family to Chicago. She is a writer, wife, mom, runner, and, most randomly, a tae kwon do black belt. Her debut novel "Dear Mr. Knightley" (ThomasNelson/HarperCollins) was be released last November. It is a contemporary story with a dash of Jane Austen and other nineteenth century writers thrown in for the fun of it.

Genres: Inspirational, Historical
Non fiction
   Awful Beautiful Life (2019) (with Becky Powell)
Katherine Reay recommends
Steal Away Home (2018)
Billy Coffey
"In one evening, a single baseball game, Coffey invites us into a lifetime. With lyrical prose and aching description we join Owen Cross on a journey of love, loss, faith, the unexpected—and America’s favorite pastime."
Becoming Mrs. Lewis (2018)
Patti Callahan
"In Becoming Mrs. Lewis, Callahan peels back the curtain and allows a glimpse into Joy Davidmanand rsquo;s extraordinary life and her love and marriage with C. S. Lewis. With captivating prose, Callahan carries the reader across the ocean from New York to Oxford and into the private heart of this tender love story."
A Sparkle of Silver (2018)
(Georgia Coast Romance, book 1)
Liz Johnson
"A mystery, a treasure hunt, and a split-time romance--all set within a beautiful chateau. What more could we want?"
The Dating Charade (2019)
Melissa Ferguson
"The Dating Charade will keep you smiling the entire read. Ferguson not only delights us with new love, with all its attendant mishaps and misunderstandings, but she takes us deeper in the hearts and minds of vulnerable children as Cassie and Jett work out their families—then their dating lives. An absolute treat!"
Confessions of a Curious Bookseller (2021)
Elizabeth Green
"In Confessions of a Curious Bookseller, Green pays clever homage to Flaubert’s classic Madame Bovary, with an uplifting twist. While creating an imaginary world equal to the romantic stylings of Emma Bovary, Green’s quirky and quixotic Fawn Birchill pulls back just in time—reminding us all that real life can be our greatest adventure and our richest experience."
A Song for the Road (2021)
Kathleen Basi
"A must read! Basi’s insights into the human experience make A Song for the Road an unforgettable journey. She introduces us to life, loss, love, and the resurgence of hope—she introduces us to ourselves. The beauty of her prose and this adventure will linger long after the last page."
The Wonderland Trials (2022)
(Curious Realities, book 1)
Sara Ella
"Packed with ingenious nods to Lewis Carroll's masterpiece, The Wonderland Trials is a triumph."
The Magic of Lemon Drop Pie (2022)
Rachel Linden
"Simply Delicious! A delightful, page-turning story of first love, second chances, family ties, and mouth-watering pies! With a little magic, engaging characters, and complications we could almost call our own, The Magic of Lemon Drop Pie invites us to consider our own lost or forgotten dreams, and gives us the essential ingredients of hope and courage to pursue them."
Where the Wandering Ends (2022)
Yvette Manessis Corporon
"A vibrant tale of family, love and loss, and the hope of new beginnings."
The Invincible Miss Cust (2022)
Penny Haw
"An amazing story! The Invincible Miss Cust introduces readers to Aleen Cust, Britain and Ireland's first female veterinary surgeon, and we are better for the acquaintance. Haw's descriptive prose and deft characterizations lead us through Cust's remarkable life, setbacks and triumphs, and leaves us in awe of her perseverance, determination, and loyalty."

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