Karen Kingsbury Message Board
Beverley Graham posts on 8/21/2009 10:19:36 AM
Most books in a series can be enjoyed apart from the others in the series, but Take Two left too many situations "hanging". First Kingsbury book I've read that left me feeling it was unfinished.
Becky Greer posts on 7/11/2005 1:31:52 PM
I was introduced to Karen's books at a time in my life when I desperately needed them. My six year old son was in the midst of a health crisis and my faith felt like it was at an all time low. The encouragement and scriptural support that I found in these books was immeasurable. I am so thankful to find a writer whose priorities are in place and who is gifted to provide appropriate materials to those of us who love to read.
Thank you so much. I have read ten of your books and I am looking for more.
Elaine posts on 6/14/2005 4:32:37 PM
I would like a complete list of Karen Kingsbury books. Where should I go?
Jeanie Wilson posts on 4/11/2005 9:23:45 PM
Just was wondering when I can get your new book coming out now in Spring? I've just finished reading the five book series about the Baxter's which was wonderful. They are addicting. Let me know if possible. Thanks for writing inspirational stories of everyday people. Jeanie Wilson
Frances McConkey posts on 4/8/2005 3:46:16 PM
Author Karen Kingsbury W/Gary Smalley. They have a series of books, I need to know the order to read them, I believe the first one is Remdention. Thanks
EMB posts on 3/25/2005 9:25:10 AM
Just started reading KK's "Beyond Tuesday Morning", which is the sequel to "One Tuesday Morning" about the 9/11 bombings of the WTC. I think it will be as good as the first book. KK is a master writer. She handles human emotions so well, conveying the mood and feeling without being graphic or distasteful. If you've never read these two books, I highly recommend them.
Tina Jones posts on 2/16/2005 12:29:33 PM
I have just bought my first Karen Kingsbury book and I can only read one chapter and then stop for a time. Each chapter wants to make me cry. I plan on reading more.
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