Kim Michele Richardson - THE BOOK WOMAN OF TROUBLESOME.
Author Bio Kim Michele Richardson is the author of a memoir and several novels; her most recent, The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek, was published in 2019. Richardson lives with her family in Kentucky. She has spent years visiting nearly every cranny in the state—its rural areas, deep woodlands, and rolling hills—sussing out stories of the people, their histories, and traditions, as well.
The following version of novel was used to make this guide: Richardson, Kim Michele. The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek. Naperville, Illinois: Sourcebooks Landmark, 2019. This historical fiction novel is 47 chapters long, but for the purposes of this guide is broken into six sections. The novel.
The historical novels The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek and The Giver of Stars, published a few months apart, share some noticeable similarities. Book Woman author Kim Michele Richardson has raised concerns; Moyes denies having read Richardson’s book.
NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author, Kim Michele Richardson, has written four works of historical fiction, and a bestselling memoir, The Unbreakable Child.Her latest multi-award winning novel, The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek is a NYT and USA TODAY bestseller and has earned a 2019 LibraryReads Best Book award, Forbes Best Historical Novel, Book-A-Million Best Fiction, and is an.
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek Kim Michele Richardson. Shop Now. The new year was barely fifteen hours old in Troublesome Creek, Kentucky, when my pa adjusted the courting candle, setting it to burn for an alarming length of time. Satisfied, Pa carried it out of our one-room log house and onto the hand-hewn porch. He was hopeful. Hoping 1936 was the year his only daughter, nineteen-year.
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From a childhood in foster care to a lifelong love for librarians, author Kim Michele Richardson shares the deep, personal connection to her new novel, The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek. The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek was inspired by the true, historical blue-skinned people of Kentucky and the brave and dedicated Kentucky Pack Horse Library Service, which spanned the 1930s and.