7Seven Things to Say About Author Kristy Cambron

  • As an avid reader, I read books written by authors at different levels in their career.  Writing is a creative outlet that allows the artist to create a world on paper we the reader get to visit, some create simple worlds that we love going to, and others create worlds filled with mazes and puzzles that weave together to create a masterpiece.  Kristy Cambron is a true artist, she deserves to be celebrated for the work she puts into her art.

  • Kristy’s newest book is the first in a series “The Lost Castle”, the cover of this book is gorgeous.  Kristy tells the story of a French castle called The Sleeping Beauty, the story is told through 3 women one from the late 1700s, one from WWII, and one from present day.  These women are connected in many ways, that is revealed through each of their stories.  The descriptions take you into their worlds in a way that few authors can accomplish, this book is worth the read.

  • The Illusionist’s Apprentice” is my favorite book by Kristy so far, it takes the reader into the world of Illusion in Boston 1926.  When it comes to this book I have one thing to say, if you are a fan of the Miss Fisher Murder Mystery TV show then you will love this book.  I could not put this book down once I picked it up, it was my favorite book in 2017.

  • “The Ringmaster’s Wife” This is a fictional story of John and Mable Ringling’s romance, this book is the perfect example of the research Kristy puts into her writing, from the first page I was hooked.  

  • I have not read Kristy’s first two novels, after I read the “The Illusionist’s Apprentice” I purchased her other novels on my Nook.  These books have been given rave reviews, and I look forward to reading them.


  • Kristy has also written 2 books on Verse-mapping, one for the book of Acts and for the book of Luke; verse mapping is a great tool in Bible study.


  • Kristy’s books are filled with history, intrigue, and just a pinch of romance, but they are also filled with woman who are not afraid to stand up and fight.  Strong women who didn’t let the events or people in their lives dictate who they were and what they believe.

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