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Evelyn Rodriguez - Leonard from Great Bend wrote on November 14, 2019:
Thank you so much for visiting Great Bend, KS And for sharing your powerful testimony about how you started writing your books, trails and your health. Thank you for standing your ground and belief, as a writer.
Thank you so much for visiting Great Bend, KS And for sharing your powerful testimony about how you started writing your books, trails and your health. Thank you for standing your ground and belief, as a writer.
Cindy Bassett from Sanbornville wrote on November 7, 2019:
I was just gifted 3 of your book...happy dance going on
I was just gifted 3 of your book...happy dance going on
Edith Thiessen from Reedley, ca wrote on September 22, 2019:
Kim I just finished Sweet Sanctuary.” My favorite so far. I have met you and actually had lunch with you in Halstad several years ago. My brother is Roger Jost. Blessings to you — keep the stories coming.
Kim I just finished Sweet Sanctuary.” My favorite so far. I have met you and actually had lunch with you in Halstad several years ago. My brother is Roger Jost. Blessings to you — keep the stories coming.
Sylvia Smith from Cartier, Manitoba, Canada wrote on September 15, 2019:
I just finished my first book of yours - My Heart Remembers & I loved it! I enjoyed the way you developed the characters & each of their stories & eventually wove them together. I was in tears multiple times but also smiling multiple times as well! Thank you for this wonderful book & look forward to reading my next one
I just finished my first book of yours - My Heart Remembers & I loved it! I enjoyed the way you developed the characters & each of their stories & eventually wove them together. I was in tears multiple times but also smiling multiple times as well! Thank you for this wonderful book & look forward to reading my next one
Magdeline Mathews from Monroe wrote on September 11, 2019:
Kim, your books are written in such a comforting way letting us get to know the characters. I just. Finished "A Silken Thread". You captured the true nature of Quincy Tate and his family as if you WERE them. You did it just right---I am Black and the story felt familiar. Thank you.
Kim, your books are written in such a comforting way letting us get to know the characters. I just. Finished "A Silken Thread". You captured the true nature of Quincy Tate and his family as if you WERE them. You did it just right---I am Black and the story felt familiar. Thank you.
Barbara Manspeaker from Luray, VA wrote on September 11, 2019:
Thank you for sharing your writing skills with others. You give us hours of pleasure in enjoyable Christian reading..
Thank you for sharing your writing skills with others. You give us hours of pleasure in enjoyable Christian reading..
Mae S. Carr from Washington ,NC wrote on September 10, 2019:
I have read some of your books & enjoyed them. I especially enjoy them because you don't have to worry about what kind of language is going to be in there or other graphic materials. I wish I could find more authors like you. I have always loved reading since I was a child & couldn't afford to do anything thing else but borrow books from the library..Back then I read mostly mysteries. Boy did I love a good mystery!!
I have read some of your books & enjoyed them. I especially enjoy them because you don't have to worry about what kind of language is going to be in there or other graphic materials. I wish I could find more authors like you. I have always loved reading since I was a child & couldn't afford to do anything thing else but borrow books from the library..Back then I read mostly mysteries. Boy did I love a good mystery!!
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Linda Lee Sterner from Delray Beach, Florida wrote on August 6, 2019:
My sister: Colleen Ashley, mentioned on facebook yesterday that I would like your books, which brought me to your site to see what she sees. Now I must try and find one of your books as so many: ladies in particular it seems, have given glowing attributes to your writing style and character development. Thanks to my sisters comment to the sister's day post, I may have found a new writer to follow.
My sister: Colleen Ashley, mentioned on facebook yesterday that I would like your books, which brought me to your site to see what she sees. Now I must try and find one of your books as so many: ladies in particular it seems, have given glowing attributes to your writing style and character development. Thanks to my sisters comment to the sister's day post, I may have found a new writer to follow.
Nancy Peters from Irving, TX wrote on July 26, 2019:
I just finished reading A Hopeful Heart and A Prairie Moon. Both books were so enjoyable...thank you for gifting us with these stories. Have read several of you books and look forward to reading more.
I just finished reading A Hopeful Heart and A Prairie Moon. Both books were so enjoyable...thank you for gifting us with these stories. Have read several of you books and look forward to reading more.
Marcia Jones Stewart from Beloit, Kansas wrote on July 15, 2019:
I have an amazing story that needs telling. It’s the story of my grandparents, Margarette and Carl A Cox. He was a soldier who lost an eye (nearly died) in WWI. She was orphaned at age 8. Through their trials they found each other and raised a family. He became an auctioneer. I have wartime letters they wrote each other and pictures and all. If you’re interested I would love to hear from you. 😊
I have an amazing story that needs telling. It’s the story of my grandparents, Margarette and Carl A Cox. He was a soldier who lost an eye (nearly died) in WWI. She was orphaned at age 8. Through their trials they found each other and raised a family. He became an auctioneer. I have wartime letters they wrote each other and pictures and all. If you’re interested I would love to hear from you. 😊
Cherie Sweet from Evansville wrote on June 29, 2019:
I love to read your books and every time I find someone reading, I tell them about my favorite book and that is going to become a movie as much else they’ll stand still for. Lol!
I love to read your books and every time I find someone reading, I tell them about my favorite book and that is going to become a movie as much else they’ll stand still for. Lol!
Cimmie Swann from Devonport Australia wrote on June 28, 2019:
Discovered your Sommerfeld Trilogy in bookstore while on holiday. Thank you for most enjoyable & gentle Christ centred reading. While some of the American idioms different eg ‘visiting’ with family/friends I cared about your characters. Also checked my geography for USA. Now I’m looking for more of your books.
Discovered your Sommerfeld Trilogy in bookstore while on holiday. Thank you for most enjoyable & gentle Christ centred reading. While some of the American idioms different eg ‘visiting’ with family/friends I cared about your characters. Also checked my geography for USA.
Now I’m looking for more of your books.
Peggy Morris from Hutchinson, wrote on June 20, 2019:
Kim thank you for all your uplifting words. So many days I need to hear tnem. God Bless You!!!
Kim thank you for all your uplifting words. So many days I need to hear tnem. God Bless You!!!
Ann Hale from Dunlap, TN wrote on June 14, 2019:
I just finished reading MY HEART REMEMBERS. Thank you for listening to your heart and following God’s calling on your life. I enjoyed the book so much! I will be seeking out your books as I do some of my other favorite authors. Being transported to Shay’s Ford, Missouri at the turn of the 20th century was a very special adventure. I’m looking forward to sharing your book with my friends. 💞
I just finished reading MY HEART REMEMBERS. Thank you for listening to your heart and following God’s calling on your life. I enjoyed the book so much! I will be seeking out your books as I do some of my other favorite authors. Being transported to Shay’s Ford, Missouri at the turn of the 20th century was a very special adventure. I’m looking forward to sharing your book with my friends. 💞
Peggy Bassett from Kemah wrote on June 12, 2019:
I retired from teaching last fall and since have engaged, wholeheartedly, in my decadent pleasure: reading! To date, I have read 14 of your works (I'm keeping a list so I can be sure not to miss any!). Thanks!
I retired from teaching last fall and since have engaged, wholeheartedly, in my decadent pleasure: reading! To date, I have read 14 of your works (I'm keeping a list so I can be sure not to miss any!). Thanks!
Carol Kuehl from Loup City, NE wrote on June 11, 2019:
I heard you speak at the Campers on Mission Rally in Hutchinson, KS last week. It was a blessing to hear you!!! I can’t wait to get into your books. I am sure the 3 I bought will not be the last. Bless you, Kim!!!
I heard you speak at the Campers on Mission Rally in Hutchinson, KS last week. It was a blessing to hear you!!! I can’t wait to get into your books. I am sure the 3 I bought will not be the last. Bless you, Kim!!!
Militine Solomon from Columbus, In. wrote on June 6, 2019:
I just finished reading Bringing Maggie Home and commend you for this! Beside its bringing a wonderful Christian message, it's almost a psychological study in some ways! I can partially identify with the feelings of Hazel and Margaret Diane. and assure you that your understanding of feelings are most accurate! I am a retired English teacher and school librarian and have several thousand books in my own personal library, Normally I read and pass on to friends, etc. the fiction that I now read. Bringing Maggie Home, however, will have a place on my library shelf. I couldn't bear to part with it!
I just finished reading Bringing Maggie Home and commend you for this! Beside its bringing a wonderful Christian message, it's almost a psychological study in some ways! I can partially identify with the feelings of Hazel and Margaret Diane. and assure you that your understanding of feelings are most accurate! I am a retired English teacher and school librarian and have several thousand books in my own personal library, Normally I read and pass on to friends, etc. the fiction that I now read. Bringing Maggie Home, however, will have a place on my library shelf. I couldn't bear to part with it!

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