Select Page bestselling novelist Gail Kittleson spins a compelling tale of of one woman’s loss, redemption, and rediscovery of her self-worth

Author Gail Kittleson and WordCrafts Press are celebrating the release of Kittleson’s latest historical romance, Secondhand Sunsets. Set in the American West during the aftermath of the Civil War, Kittleson’s new novel examines themes of loss, grief, isolation, forgiveness, redemption, and the restoration of self-worth.

About The Author:

Words have always been comfort food for novelist Gail Kittleson. After instructing expository writing and English as a Second Language, she began writing memoir. Now, intrigued by the World War II era, Gail creates women’s historical fiction from her northern Iowa home and also facilitates writing workshops/retreats. She and her husband, a retired Army chaplain, enjoy their grandchildren and in winter, Arizona’s Mogollon Rim Country. You can count on Gail’s heroines to ask honest questions, act with integrity, grow in faith, and face hardships with spunk.

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