Thomas Kinkade and Katherine Spencer Message Board
cheryl ames posts on 7/25/2007 1:50:54 PM
a gathering place
a new leaf
a christmas promise
the christmas angel
a christmas to remember
a christmas visitor, soon to come out
colleen posts on 7/24/2007 12:25:11 PM
I would like to know where I can get a list of all the cape light novels in the series..I LOVE THEM...I just read my first one about 3 weeks ago and going for my 4th...
Marlene Beram posts on 7/21/2007 4:30:25 PM
I am somewhat confused as to why we don't have more info available to us on the Cape Light Novels and there is no way to contact either Thomas Kinkade or Katherine Spencer. I think as a customer it is absolutely essential that we, at the very least, know the sequence of these books! After continued research I was FINALLY able to obtain this information through this site. Not having access to this information makes me feel discounted as a consum
Frances posts on 7/21/2007 2:19:23 PM
Yipee for the new release!
I am a therapist who works with many children and parents involved abuse and neglect. I help them through the pain and suffering toward (hopefully) healing and hope. I am thankful for the privilege to be used andlove my job. The intensity of the job often leaves me needing a mental release from the hard realities of a fallen world. The Cape Light series has often welcomed me at the end of a day and provided a nice transition to my blessed life. The fresh, light, sweet nature of your writing is truly a gift to me. I intentionally read each novel, slowly, deliberately, pause to look at the cover to soak in all they have to offer. I purposefully read each book painfully slowly so that it will last until the newest release. (Sadly, I finished my last one three months ago.) Each book allows me to shake off the stuff I witness daily and turn to nurture my husband and daughter. Needless to say, I am grateful another novel is on the horizon.
Michelle Schirmer posts on 7/20/2007 3:01:06 PM
I have read all of the Cape Light Novesl and have recently turned my Mother in Law on to the series.
I am so happy to hear that a new novel is due out in October of this year. Mr. Kinkade and Mrs. Spencer, I wish you could come out with two a year if not more.
I was going through some problems in my life when I happened upon the first novel. I read it and ordered the whole series. It took me away from a sad place in my life. I wish there was towns and people in this world just like in Cape Light.
cheryl ames posts on 7/13/2007 3:13:08 PM
#8: A Christmas Visitor, A Cape Light Novel
By: Thomas Kinkade, Katherine Spencer
More in Cape Light Series
This product will be released on 10/02/07
Glenda Ponthier posts on 6/27/2007 8:38:56 AM
The next book usually comes out in about October. I love the series alos. Wish they could have a new one twice a year.
cheryl ames posts on 6/27/2007 4:13:36 AM
i have fallen in love with the cape light series, i've read them all, now i am hoping there will be more, i've spent a lot of time trying to find a place online that might keep me informed about that but cannot...katherine spencer apparently does not have her own web page, all i can find is info about her books that are already published on penguin books site ........anybody know where i can go to keep an eye out for a new book in the cape light series.......thanks
Sharon posts on 1/28/2007 7:05:27 PM
I, too wish the books were numbered. And that you would have some idea when the next book is going to be released. I have decided that I am going to go back and read all the series again. Being one who always has a book going, I have a hard time keeping all the series straight. So, to the start of 2007 and the Cape Light Series, lets get started
Cathy posts on 12/18/2006 6:37:08 AM
OK, but you really should read the whole series, they are really good. Oliver and Lillian: In the book you read Oliver makes a comment about not being sure he is able to run the business that his brother was supposed to inherit. He was right. The canneries started to lose money in the late 60's. Oliver took out large loans to keep the businesses going. When that didn't work he dipped into the retirement funds of the employees, gambled with it to try to win enough to keep the businesses going and pay back the fund. He lost all the money and was tried for embezzlement. Didn't go to jail but lost everything. He died about a year later from a bad (or broken) heart. Lillian paid off most of the debt by selling off many family treasures including Lilac Hall which was sold to the City as a historical site and was turned into a museum. She was put on the board of directors for the museum, I assume from that she was paid an income and was able to purchase a nice home in Cape Side. Any other questions?
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