The Scavenger’s Daughters FREE to read or listen to for Amazon Prime Members!

Written by Kay on . Posted in About Publishing, China-Inspired Book Recommendations, For Dog Lovers

A Bargain Alert! If you want to see what all the fuss is about and why my series, The Tales of the Scavenger’s Daughters, has hit many best-selling lists and sold nearly half a million copies, then you might want to grab it now. For a limited time, it’s FREE for US Amazon Prime members to either read or listen to!


The Scavenger’s Daughters is the kind of novel I’d love to write, but never could. Simply told but beautifully rendered, the reader is swiftly transported into the hearts and lives of a Chinese family after the Cultural Revolution. Powerful and poignant, this story captures the heart of humanity. This is the kind of book that will get shared by friends and chosen by book clubs. A phenomenal story of life and love.”

—Karen McQuestion, bestselling author of The Long Way Home


And I hope many of you have already grabbed my brand new novel, Wish Me Home. It’s getting rave reviews and I can’t wait for you to sample something new in a different genre from me.

[I hope if you’ve read it that you’ll do me the favor of posting a review on Amazon/Goodreads!]

“With its resilient protagonist, secret that kept me guessing, dog I wish I could adopt in real life, and story that tugged at my heart, Kay Bratt’s Wish Me Home grabbed me and held me all the way to its heartfelt resolution. Readers who enjoy novels like Vanessa Diffenbaugh’s The Language of Flowers will find it a delight!” —Nancy Star, bestselling author of Sisters One, Two, Three

As always, Happy Reading!


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  • Barbara Denicola


    Did Xiao Gou ever get out of the orphanage and get adopted? I am a retired RN who has worked with premies and newborns most of my career and my heart bled while reading your book. I thought you were amazing in how you hung in there against all odds and that you blessed so many with your leadership and presence for a very long time. God is always leading us to where we need to be. I thank you and your family for the support they gave you and for all you did to help those children.


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