Karen Kingsbury

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Karen Kingsbury (born Fairfax, Virginia, June 8, 1963) is an American Christian novelist.

She was a sports writer for the Los Angeles Times and later wrote for the Los Angeles Daily News. Her first book, Missy's Murder (1991), was based on a murder story that she covered in Los Angeles. During this time, she had an article published in People Magazine.

She has written more than 50 novels, with five co-written, and has nearly 13 million copies of her novels in print.[1][2]

Books[edit]

9/11 Series

  • One Tuesday Morning
  • Beyond Tuesday Morning
  • Every Now and Then

Lost Love Series

  • Even Now
  • Ever After

Standalone Novels

  • Oceans Apart
  • Between Sundays
  • This Side of Heaven
  • When Joy Came to Stay
  • On Every Side
  • Divine
  • Like Dandelion Dust
  • Where Yesterday Lives
  • Shades of Blue
  • Unlocked
  • Coming Home (June 2012)
  • The Bridge (Fall 2012)
  • The Chance (Spring 2013)
  • Fifteen Minutes (Fall 2013)

Red Gloves Series

  • Gideon's Gift
  • Maggie's Miracle
  • Sarah's Song
  • Hannah's Hope

Forever Faithful Series

  • Waiting for Morning
  • A Moment of Weakness
  • Halfway to Forever

Women of Faith Series

  • A Time to Dance
  • A Time to Embrace

Cody Gunner Series

Children's Books

  • Let Me Hold You Longer
  • Let's Go On a Mommy Date
  • We Believe In Christmas
  • Let's Have a Daddy Day
  • The Princess and the Three Knights
  • The Brave Young Knight
  • Go Ahead and Dream
  • Far Flutterby

Redemption Series

  • Redemption
  • Remember
  • Return
  • Rejoice
  • Reunion

Firstborn Series

  • Fame
  • Forgiven
  • Found
  • Family
  • Forever

Sunrise Series

  • Sunrise
  • Summer
  • Someday
  • Sunset

Above the Line Series

  • Take One
  • Take Two
  • Take Three
  • Take Four

Bailey Flanigan Series

  • Leaving
  • Learning
  • Longing
  • Loving

True Crime

  • Missy's Murder
  • The Snake and the Spider
  • Deadly Pretender: The Double Life of David Miller
  • Final Vows

Music[edit]

Karen Kingsbury co-wrote her first song, "Walls" with Gary Baker and Richie McDonald; it appeared on McDonald's inspirational album, I Turn to You and hit Christian and Country radio in January 2009.

She wrote the song, "Tell Me to Breathe", that will be included on upcoming album from Marie Osmond.[citation needed]

Kingsbury also wrote "Miracles Happen", a Christmas song sung by Richie McDonald which now appears on McDonald's cd, If every day could be Christmas.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mike Bailey, staff writer for The Columbian, February 5, 2008. The Columbian: Arts & Living feature
  2. ^ Extraordinary Women site

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