Meet Kathleen Morgan
Kathleen’s first series is the Brides of Culdee Creek, a series following Abigail, Hannah, Claire, and Beth—four women who are either related or married to one of the MacKay men—the owners of Culdee Creek ranch. An interesting thing about this series is that Kathleen’s editor was hesitant to buy Woman of Grace, Hannah’s story. Not because Hannah was formerly a prostitute, but because of Devlin MacKay and the way he changed from what he was set up to be in Daughter of Joy. Her recent book is Embrace the Dawn, set in the Scottish Highlands in the late 1600s which has to do with the Glencoe Massacre. Kathleen has two upcoming books, Consuming Fire, the sequel to Embrace the Dawn, and All Good Gifts, in which Devra MacKay must decide which is more important to her Culdee Creek ranch or her career.
When asked what she hopes to accomplish through her writing, Kathleen says, “I'd like to tell an entertaining, can't put it down, engrossing story where the gospel shines through in a natural, non-preachy way. I want my readers to identify and care for my characters and their struggles, both their everyday life struggles as well as their spiritual struggles. And I want to touch the reader's hearts and inspire them and strengthen them on their journey to God…”
Kathleen and her husband live in Colorado; in her spare time she enjoys quilting and playing the Celtic harp. She is in the process of becoming a certified music practitioner, so she can play her harp in patient care settings such as hopice, hospitals and nursing homes.
Information from the author’s website and an interview with Christianbook.com. Posted 06/03.