Gail Kittleson

Gail Kittleson

www.gailkittleson.com
Iowa / Writes World War II-related women's fiction-first novel, In This Together, with Vintage Rose/2015. Memoir/Catching Up With Daylight.
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Welcome to 3 Questions Wednesday! Author Gail Kittleson loves interacting with her readers. So, let’s see how she answers our latest 3 Questions– Question: What inspires you? Gail: I lo…

Welcome to 3 Questions Wednesday! Author Gail Kittleson loves interacting with her readers. So, let’s see how she answers our latest 3 Questions– Question: What inspires you? Gail: I lo…

is sweetness to the soul.” Ahh…part of a favorite verse from Proverbs 13. Today I’m announcing the release date for A Purpose True – December 7, 2017, in remembrance of the Pearl Harbor attack that launched the United States into … Continue reading →

is sweetness to the soul.” Ahh…part of a favorite verse from Proverbs 13. Today I’m announcing the release date for A Purpose True – December 7, 2017, in remembrance of the Pearl Harbor attack that launched the United States into … Continue reading →

Lighthouse-Academy: Research for the Third Novel in a Series by Gail Kittleson

Lighthouse-Academy: Research for the Third Novel in a Series by Gail Kittleson

A Purpose True by Gail Kittleson – Interview

A Purpose True by Gail Kittleson – Interview

A Purpose True by Gail Kittleson – Interview

A Purpose True by Gail Kittleson – Interview

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Season Change Brings Dusting

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Surprises... - Gail KittlesonGail Kittleson

Probably many of my readers recall picking milkweed as children–such an unique plant. Yesterday my twelve-year-old granddaughter and I reveled in the superb softness of milkweed down. She sent it flying far and near, and piped, “Grandma, it’s softer than … Continue reading →

Probably many of my readers recall picking milkweed as children–such an unique plant. Yesterday my twelve-year-old granddaughter and I reveled in the superb softness of milkweed down. She sent it flying far and near, and piped, “Grandma, it’s softer than … Continue reading →

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