posts on 5/28/2010 11:21:52 AM
So does anyone know if The Christmas Cottage was also put out in book form or movie only?
posts on 4/13/2010 3:13:02 PM
I just finished reading THE INN AT ANGEL ISLAND and really enjoyed it. There are numerous mentions of Cape Light and some of its characters, so it was very familiar. It almost feels as if it's part of the CL series. I can't wait for the next one!!!
posts on 1/31/2010 12:34:10 PM
Can't wait -- there will be a new Series of books by Thomas Kinkade and Katherine Spencer -- THE INN AT ANGEL ISLAND -- release April 2010.
posts on 1/26/2010 11:53:30 PM
Thanks j-bo since I too was curious about how many books there were so far. I heard that a new one comes out every October. I totally love this series!
posts on 1/18/2010 7:07:58 PM
Dale, below is the list of books:
A Wish for Christmas – Nov 3, 2009
(Cape Light book 10)
A Christmas Star – Oct 7, 2008
(Cape Light book 9)
A Christmas Visitor - Oct 7, 2008
(Cape Light book 8)
A Christmas to Remember – Sep 30, 2008
(Cape Light Book 7)
The Christmas Angel – Hardcover in 2005, paperback Sep 25, 2007
(Cape Light book 6)
A Christmas Promise – Jan 1, 2004
(Cape Light book 5)
A New Leaf – Dec 7, 2004
(Cape Light book 4)
A Gathering Place – Jan 1, 2004
(Cape Light book 3)
Home Song – Dec 28, 2004
(Cape Light book 2)
Cape Light – Jan 1, 2004
(Cape Light book 1)
posts on 1/8/2010 3:24:27 PM
I've read most of the books, and thoroughly enjoyed them. right now I'm on book "A Wish for Christmas" and I think the next one is called "The Christmas Cottage". I gave the previous books to my sister and she really enjoys reading them too. very good books! I hope they keep coming!
posts on 11/18/2009 6:41:21 AM
Hi I have just started to read the Cape Light books and I only know of nine books....... can someone tell me the name of all 10 books. I would like to read them in sequence. thank you
posts on 10/7/2009 11:29:17 AM
I am trying to find a book for a friend. She said thre name of the book is The Christmas Cottage, by Thomas Kinkade and Katherine Spencer. All I can find is a movie.
posts on 9/17/2009 11:21:31 PM
Home for Christmas is by Jo Ann Brown based on the screenplay of the movie The Christmas Cottage, which is based on Thomas Kinkade's painting and his life. I saw the book in a bookstore about a year ago, but it didn't capture my interest.
In addition to November's A Christmas Wish, another new book by Kinkade and Spencer will be The Inn at Angel Island - April 2010. Interesting title. I wondered if they'd ever switch up from the seemingly now permanent Christmas Cape Light books. I enjoy reading the books, but I was hoping for something different as they BOTH seem to be good writers. I take it from each book's introduction that Kinkade is a co-author of the books. He certainly makes himself sound as such at least.
posts on 8/24/2009 3:27:53 PM
Bev - I, too, wish they'd come out with a series on Hallmark. Except that things wouldn't look like they do in my imagination! (smile)