Jenny Knipfer–Author

Historical fiction author, Jenny Knipfer, shares her books, inspiration, thoughts on life and writing, and book reviews. Purchase Jenny's books, read her blog, or listen to encouraging podcasts, highlighting the life of a writer.

Since I started writing historical fiction, I haven’t had as much time to read, but I’m determined to make time for what I love to do. My stack of “to be read” books grows, and I am happy about that. It’s a blessing to be able to read.

A while back, I had a great deal of trouble with migraines, and reading wasn’t something I could do much of. Now, I am happy to report migraines visit infrequently, allowing me to enjoy reading again without pain.

Most of the books in the graphic I ordered after reading recommendations for them on Instagram from other historical fiction fans. I follow the #historicalfiction and #bookstagram hashtags on Instagram, enabling me to see what others in my genre are reading. Hazel Gaynor and Ruta Sepetys are two of my favorite historical fiction authors, but the other authors are new to me. At some point, expect me to post reviews for all of these.

We Go On by [Regina Walker]

New Indie Release

I like to support other indie authors by reading and reviewing their books. Although not my usual genre of historical fiction, I read and reviewed We Go On, by Regina Walker, a work of contemporary Christian fiction, telling the story of a family struggling through a tragic loss. I’ll share my review and guest blog by Regina on July 8th. Her book releases June 12th.

As always, thanks for reading!

I enjoy learning about what others are reading. Do you have a favorite historical fiction book, published in the last few years? Leave a comment and let me know!

Blessings, J

3 thoughts on “My Historical Fiction TBR Pile

  1. Josie Siler says:

    I adore everything Jaime Jo Wright writes! Echoes is my favorite, I hope you love it too. She’s a Wisconsin author like us!

    1. I ordered that one because of your suggestion. 🙂

      1. Josie Siler says:

        Agh, no pressure! JK, it’s a great book!

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