Book Review: “The Memory Weaver” by Jane Kirkpatrick

This is about the third or fourth book of Kirkpatrick that I have read. Though it is quite interesting historically, especially to the people of the Northwest U.S., I didn’t feel it had the smooth flow or her other books. I respect her historical research, and this book was true to that, but the ebb […]

A Light in the Wilderness, by Jane Kirkpatrick, Susan Karsten’s latest book review

This book ranks among the BEST historical fiction books I have read in recent memory. This book, published by Revell, deserves to be a crossover hit.   Writing with the skill of an artist, Kirkpatrick brings it big-time!! Who’d have thought the story of one humble freewoman could be woven into such a delightful, thought-provoking, […]

Susan Karsten’s latest book Review: “Sincerely Yours” Novella Collection (Authors Eakes, Cabot, Kirkpatrick, Shorey)

For variety alone, the novella collection “Sincerely Yours” is worth the price, and more. Four fascinating historical fiction novellas all under one Beautiful cover! First, you get A MOONLIGHT PROMISE by the prolific and successful author, Laurie Alice Eakes. She brings life on the Hudson River crica 1825 into focus. How knew how fascinating all […]