Rose Hill Cottage cover revealed

We have a full lineup of releases we’re working on for this year — each one of them is special to us in their own way. We have Bible studies, works of fiction, a children’s book and much more. Today we wanted to introduce you to a piece of contemporary fiction that is guaranteed to capture your heart this summer.

ROSE HILL COTTAGE

Following up on her popular book, Thirty Days to Glory, author Kathy Nickerson pens a book based on another one of the beloved Glory Circle Sisters. Rose Hill Cottage follows the story of Nora Kimble, a best-selling author who escapes New York for a summer cottage in the Ozarks, after the death of her young husband. She hopes to leave behind her nagging mother, her ambitious literary agent, and her own pressing sorrow. But her private retreat is soon crowded by a strange visitor and a community that refuses to let her grieve alone.

It is a novel that is sure to capture your imagination and tug at your heartstrings. Rose Hill Cottage won’t release until late July, but you can order your copy today. Just click HERE and we will send it right out to you as soon as it comes off the press.

MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kathy Nickerson is an author, speaker, and eternal optimist who has been living happily-ever-after with her country doctor husband for more than forty years. They are the parents of four children who grew up to become their best friends and who have given them fourteen grandchildren, so far. Kathy’s eternal optimism comes from her mother, the Nicest Woman on Earth, and from a deep faith in the God who made Light to shine from darkness. She writes about the struggles of life from a perspective of one who believes that all things will ultimately work together for good for those who love God. Her novel, Thirty Days to Glory, was released by CrossRiver Media in 2013 and her children’s book, The Secret of Serendipity released earlier this year. Kathy blogs about faith, family, friends and fun. Readers can sign up for free at www.kathynick.com.

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