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  • Reply Dee Hann-Morrison March 28, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    . . .want you to know that I have thoroughly enjoy the Hope Springs and The Color of Hope. I hope you will offer more stories of the Sanders family and Rocky Mount.
    I am currently reading Hidden Blessings.
    . . . enjoying it too.
    As an author I applaud you for taking not the issue of homosexuality w/in the context of faith.
    I dared to go there . . . just a tad in one of my novels, but was admittedly uneasy at first.

    • Reply Kim Cash Tate April 15, 2016 at 9:16 am

      Dee, thank you so much for reading Hope Springs and The Color of Hope! I’m so thankful you enjoyed them, and I can’t thank you enough for stopping by to let me know. In Hidden Blessings, it was truly the Lord who moved in my heart to weave in that issue. I’ve been blessed to hear that it has helped, which was my prayer. Thank you for your encouragement. I’m so glad you’re enjoying Hidden Blessings as well. :)

  • Reply Treva Holmes Russ February 8, 2017 at 6:38 pm

    I am enjoying Though I Stumble , that I started reading only because one of the main characters and I have the same name. However, the more I read, I think your book found me. I’m looking forward to reading your other works and studying In Hot Pursuit. I’m curious, where did you get the name Treva?
    Continue to be blessed,
    Treva

    • Reply Kim Cash Tate February 22, 2017 at 3:55 pm

      Hi Treva, it’s so interesting that you stared reading because of the name. I knew someone named Treva, which inspired me to use that name when I wrote my first book, Heavenly Places (which is where this character first appeared). So glad that you enjoyed the book. Blessings to you too!

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