Bibliography

Stand Alone Novels – Historical Fiction

  • The Healing of Natalie Curtis (2021)
  • Something Worth Doing (2020)
  • One More River to Cross (2019)
  • Everything She Didn’t Say (2018)
  • All She Left Behind (2017)
  • This Road We Traveled (2016)
  • The Memory Weaver (2015)
  • A Light in the Wilderness (2014)
  • One Glorious Ambition (2013)
  • Where Lilacs Still Bloom (2012)
  • The Daughter’s Walk (2011)
  • A Land of Sheltered Promise (2005)

Change and Cherish Series – Historical Fiction

  • A Clearing in the Wild (2006)
  • A Tendering in the Storm (2007)
  • A Mending At the Edge (2008)

Tender Ties Series – Historical Fiction

  • A Name of Her Own (2002)
  • Every Fixed Star (2003)
  • Hold Tight the Thread (2004)

Non-Fiction

  • Homestead (2014)
  • Promises of Hope for Difficult Times (2013)
  • A Simple Gift of Comfort: Healing Words for Difficult Times (2013)

Portraits of the Heart Series – Historical Fiction

  • A Flickering Light (2009)
  • An Absence So Great (2010)

Dreamcatcher Series – Historical Fiction

  • A Sweetness to the Soul (1995, 2008)
  • Love to Water My Soul (1996, 2008)
  • A Gathering of Finches (1997, 2009)
  • Mystic Sweet Communion (1998)

Kinship and Courage Series – Historical Fiction

  • All Together In One Place (2000)
  • No Eye Can See (2001)
  • What Once We Loved (2001)

Novella

  • The American Dream (2015)

Out of Print

  • Sincerely Yours  (2014, Novella)
  • The Midwife’s Legacy (2012, Novella)
  • A Log Cabin Christmas Collection (2011, Novella. New York Times bestseller)
  • Barcelona Calling (2011– Contemporary fiction novel)
  • Emma of Aurora (2008 – Historical fiction – Change and Cherish series collected in one volume)
  • Aurora: An American Experience in Quilt, Community, and Craft (2008 – Non-fiction)
  • A Burden Shared (1998 – Non-fiction)

Meet Jane’s Characters

“My characters are teaching life stories and if I’m listening, I’m learning from them and my life is being enriched. My hope is that readers discover that same path and might let those characters continue to live with them long after the last page.”Jane Kirkpatrick

“Kirkpatrick is a commanding innovator of the historical genre with her depth of research and lifelike characters.”—Booklist

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