Historical novel

Where to find my historical novel

My new novel, A Promise Child, second book in the Promise series, continues the story of Sibyl, a banker’s daughter, who falls in love with Fremont, a penniless hobo. It is now available at several places:

Memory House Publishing:



Best of Books at 1313 East Danforth, Edmond, OK

The Living Word, at the Shawnee Mall, OK<img

The Arts 317 317 E Main St, Shawnee, OK 74801

Pottawatomie County Museum, (Santa Fe Museum)

If you like this book, or the first one, A Promise to Break, I would appreciate a review on Amazon or Goodreads! Thank you! God has blessed me more than I deserve!


8 replies on “Where to find my historical novel”

Hello, I just read your article and I am thinking of looking for my biological parents. I was left at a train station in seoul, Korea possibly April of 72. I was 10 days old and sent to a foster home then to an orphanage (I think Lily Orphanage). I was adopted into the us when I was 8 mo old. My adoptive parents pick my up from the Airplane at JFK airport. A picture was taken of me either when they found me at the train station or at the orphange and my card on me said “Mija Jun” #11330. Can you help me? Thank you, Amy Kreger (living in MD)

Amy, I’ll be happy to help as much as I can. but it may be a different orphanage. You can faind me on Facebook. Or email me a message!
I’m always so excited to meet a new Korean adopted girl! You are about the same age at my daughters! You are loved, Kathryn

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