Lori Wick Message Board
Kayli posts on 11/11/2009 12:28:48 AM
I am a Junior in High School and I have read all of Lori Wick's books except for the Kinsington Chronicles and I am currently working on those, The is the greatest author of all times. I even think she tops Twilight. Ms Wick, if you are reading this, please know that you have inspired a young lady to follow her dreams. I am working on my own book right now and am ferevently searching after a career in Journalism. You are forver my idol and I hope to be an example to children later in MY life.
Martha Pearson posts on 11/7/2009 2:04:58 PM
I just wanted to let you know how I came to start reading your books. I had finished the books by the authors I was familiar with and desired to find another Christian author so I sought out the aid of the librarian. Yours were one that she suggested and I thought they sounded interesting. That was in June. I just finished The Kensington Chronicles. I specifically love the way you weave scripture and the characters' prayer life into your novels. I particularly loved Megan, oh I am so much like her in some ways. Her prayer life became my own while I read that book and had healing tears falling almost all the way through the book. I would like to know how Sunny and Brandon are related. I'm not sure I have figured that out yet.
I have the Yellow Rose books on hold at the library and then only have the Big Sky Dreams to complete my reading of you writings. Thank you for touching my heart is such a way as I have had to deal with some difficult areas in my own life.
KAYLA posts on 10/22/2009 9:39:54 AM
I have been reading the English Gareden series. I just wanted you to know that they have been wonderful books. And i just want to thank you for writing such moving books.
I hope to come across more of you books.
Stephanie Steeves posts on 10/20/2009 2:34:41 PM
I had a question concerning the book Pretense. Have any of Macenzie Bishop's books, especially blue crayon and Accesed Denied been published? Thanks
MICHELLE posts on 10/6/2009 5:27:06 PM
I have been a Lori Wick fan for 11yrs. My step mother used to read them and when I turned 14 she started to let me read them. I have every book she has written, and I read them several times in a year. I wish she would make a movie out of one of her books or series! I would truly enjoy that with all me heart. Michelle-Colorado territory :)
Kerry posts on 8/26/2009 7:54:56 PM
I met Smokey and Dallas (Wings of the Morning) 9 years ago, and have read their story at least half a dozen times! I have several Lori Wick novels, and have laughed and cried with every character I have met in her pages. Ms Wick is very gifted, and uses her talents so beautifully. Thank you Lori, your books keep me smiling, praying and believing.
Samitude posts on 6/20/2009 11:59:01 PM
James, I believe Lori Wick attends Curtiss Street Bible Fellowship in Mazomanie, WI.
deana posts on 6/18/2009 10:05:27 PM
In Lori wick's second book, Sabrina, of the trilogy "Big Sky Dreams" it finishes with Sabrina asking her husband, Rylan, why he calls her Sabrina when everyone else calls her "Bri". He says he'll tell her another time. Unless I missed it, the question is not answered in the next and final book, Jessie. Does anyone know the answer? Thanks!
James Haron posts on 5/4/2009 7:59:31 PM
Does anyone know of Lori Wicks denomination? What kind of church does she go to? Does anyone know?
Liane posts on 4/22/2009 3:48:46 PM
I love the books Lori Wick writes. They lift me up in troubled times. And they make me happy. Someday I want to write like Lori does. I cry and lauph in those book. I rejoice with the characters.I just love how Lori Wick writes.
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