Jenny Knipfer–Author

Best-selling Christian 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.

I’ve getting back to an old love—reading at night before I go to bed. It makes me happy and helps me rest. My mind stays too active writing at night, so I had to switch that up. I read a number of excellent books last month: The Curator’s Daughter, A Change of Fortune, and Things We Didn’t Say.

I wrapped up reading in 2021 with some good books. Check out my list…

I recently read this new release by historical fiction author and friend, Kelsey Gietl. Unsettled Shores is the second book in her Hope or High Waters – War Across Waters series.

I recently finished The Green Dress and thought I’d share my review with you. Busy with writing and writerly tasks, I don’t have as much time to read as I would like, but I squeeze it in here and there, usually at night.

I finished this lovely book recently. I enjoyed it, though the timeline was tricky to follow at first. My review:

Today, I am very happy to feature New York Times Bestselling author, Lauren Willig. I read the three books pictured above and enjoyed them immensely.

This beautifully rendered, tragic tale steps out of the pages of little-known history to touch the hearts of readers with hope in the harshest of conditions and the inhumane cruelty of those in political control.

As a Coffee Pot Book Club tour host, I am happy to introduce Falling Pomegranate Seeds: All Manner of Things, Book #2, by Wendy J. Dunn. I throughly enjoyed this book!

I am pleased to be a blog hostess for A Painter in Penang –Penang Series, Book 3, by Clare Flynn–through The Coffee Pot Book Club. Here are some details about the book and the author, and following will be my review.

This month I had planned to read a few Christmas-themed books. I loved both of these and wanted to share my thoughts with you.

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