Ginny Aiken

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Ginny Aiken (born 8 June 1955)[1] is an author of inspirational fiction and mystery novels. Ginny was born in Havana, Cuba, and grew up in Valencia and Caracas, Venezuela.[2]

The former newspaper reporter discovered books early on and wrote her first novel at age fifteen. That effort was followed years later by award-winning and best-selling titles in the secular and Christian markets.[citation needed] Aiken holds certification in French literature and culture from the University of Nancy, France, as well as a B. A. from Allegheny College in Pennsylvania. She lives in South-Central Pennsylvania.

Books by Ginny Aiken[edit]

Bellamy's Blossoms[edit]

Published by Tyndale

  1. Magnolia, 2000
  2. Lark, 2000
  3. Camellia, 2001

Silver Hills Trilogy[edit]

Published by Revell

  1. Light of My Heart, 2004
  2. Song of My Soul, 2004
  3. Spring of My Love, 2005

Deadly Decor Mysteries[edit]

Published by Revell

  1. Design On a Crime, 2005
  2. Decorating Schemes, 2006
  3. Interior Motives, 2006

Shop-Til-U-Drop[edit]

Published by Revell

  1. Priced to Move, 2007
  2. A Steal of a Deal, 2008
  3. A Cut Above, 2008

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Meet Ginny Aiken". Historical romance writers. Retrieved 5 March 2015. 
  2. ^ "Ginny Aiken". Goodreads profile. Retrieved 14 May 2013. 

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