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Kathryn Cushman


Kathryn Cushman

Kathryn Cushman is a graduate of Samford University with a degree in pharmacy. She is the author of five novels, including LEAVING YESTERDAY and A PROMISE TO REMEMBER, which were both finalists for the Carol Award in Women's Fiction. She is also the co-author of ANGEL SONG with Sheila Walsh. Kathryn and her family currently live in Santa Barbara, California. Visit her website at

Books by Kathryn Cushman

by Kathryn Cushman - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

All her life, Kelli Huddleston has been told the story of a fire --- a fire that killed her mother and two siblings when she was an infant. After her father's death, though, she uncovers evidence of a different story, including clippings about a boat accident that killed a young father and his infant daughter. And Kelli quietly realizes that the story of her life has been made up. When a trip to Tennessee to uncover the truth threatens to open doors to a past better left shut, and her plans for the future are jeopardized, Kelli is faced with an agonizing choice that will change her life forever.

by Kathryn Cushman - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

After her Olympic dreams are dashed, Sabrina Rice distances herself from everything to do with running --- until the day she sees Brandy Philip racing security across campus. When she meets this troubled teen, Sabrina realizes she’s Brandy’s best hope to salvage a life that’s spiraling out of control.

by Cindy Martinusen, Sheila Walsh, and Kathryn Cushman - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Personal Growth

Ava must set out on a journey that takes her back home-something Ava hasn't done in twenty years. As she travels across the state of Texas, strangers offer her kindness and remind her of the meaning of hope and forgiveness.

by Kathryn Cushman - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

Two modern women, burned out by today’s unrelenting society, jump at the chance to participate in a reality TV series promoting simple living. With an entire nation watching, they learn unexpected lessons --- and that “going Amish” isn’t as simple as it looks.

by Kathryn Cushman - Christian, Fiction

Grace Graham accuses her father of making poor choices that caused her mother’s death. But Grace is soon on the receiving end of those accusations when her decision not to have her son immunized puts other children in danger, including her own niece.

by Sheila Walsh and Kathryn Cushman - Christian, Fiction

When Annie Fletcher returns to Charleston to see her younger sister, Sarah, receive her master's degree, she finds herself riding in the back of an ambulance, watching helplessly as Sarah fights for life. During the ride, Sarah appears to talk to someone who is not there, humming a melody Annie has never heard before. Neighbor Ethan McKinney is there to lend a shoulder when Sarah unexpectedly dies.