Posts Tagged ‘Chinese historical fiction’
Hello All, It’s crazy to me that I now have 27 books published! I never imagined myself writing one book, much less 27. Well, I always did have a goal of writing a book. But it wasn’t until we moved to China in 2003, that I actually tackled the idea. I had left my job…Read More
September Sale on Kindle!
Historical fiction on sale! For fans of Lisa See, Kay Bratt brings you a historical fiction family saga that begins with a newborn Asian girl, unwanted but not forgotten, and those who come together in a tumultuous journey to give her a better life. In 1867 an infant girl called Luli is born into…Read More
FREE BOOK * HISTORICAL FICTION
FREE BOOK! FANS OF LISA SEE WILL ENJOY THIS ONE! [click here] Historical Fiction At It’s Best! “Kay Bratt is a masterful storyteller, and the story’s pacing and descriptions of Maui left me always wanting more. Highly recommended for book clubs!” –Anita Abriel, international bestselling author of The Light After the War From the bestselling author…Read More
A Child Goes Missing in China and Does Anyone Care?
An estimated 70,000 children are kidnapped in China every year, although the Chinese government reported fewer than 10,000 kidnappings. According to the United States Department of State, estimates are closer to 20,000 INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY Children in China are stolen everyday and parents are usually forced to give up ever finding them. But one…Read More
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A Welcome Misfortune
Fresh off the press! I pulled out a Christmas miracle this year and released two new novels in my historical fiction genre. I hope you will check them out! From the bestselling author of The Tales of the Scavenger’s Daughters comes a historical fiction family saga that begins with a newborn Asian girl, unwanted but not…Read More