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KRISTY CAMBRON is a vintage-inspired storyteller, writing from the space where history, art, and faith intersect. She's an award-winning author of Bible studies and historical fiction—including her bestselling debut, The Butterfly and the Violin.

A self-proclaimed history nerd, she loves to chase all things research—going behind the scenes at a Ringling Bros. Sarasota mansion, touring a former TB sanitarium, making bee friends at a working honey farm, or embarking on a backroads jaunt across Ireland being a few. She holds a degree in Art History/Research Writing and spent 15 yrs in education and leadership development for a Fortune-100 corporation, partnering with such companies as the Disney Institute, IBM/Kenexa, and Gallup before stepping
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I awoke with a start—not knowing that Feast Table dream was about to change everything


One summer night, I had a dream about a backyard table. With abundance set atop rugged wood. With chairs waiting to be filled, and a feast that was about to begin. All we had to do as believers, was pull out a chair… sit down… and join in.


Fast forward years down the story road to today, and I get to share...

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The Butterfly and the Violi...

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The Ringmaster's Wife

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A Sparrow in Terezin (Hidde...

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The Lost Castle (The Lost C...

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The Illusionist's Apprentice

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“There are no chance encounters with God.”
Kristy Cambron, The Butterfly and the Violin

“This, child, is our worship. To live and survive and play to God from the depths of our souls. This is the call that binds us. When we worship in the good times, it brings God joy. But worship in the midst of agony?” Her tongue clicked against the roof of her mouth and she shook her head. It was an action befitting the wisdom of the words she’d chosen. “That is authentic adoration of our Creator. An orchestra will worship together, as one body. As one song. A family must do no less.”
Kristy Cambron, The Butterfly and the Violin

“Because I believe that this too shall be used by God. Somehow, this story He is writing will live on.”
Kristy Cambron, The Butterfly and the Violin

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This is the poll for April's Books of the Month. Pick the one you'd like to read most & the two with the most votes will be our reads.

The Colonel's Lady by Laura Frantz The Colonel's Lady by Laura Frantz
 
  7 votes 16.7%

The Wood's Edge (The Pathfinders, #1) by Lori Benton The Wood's Edge by Lori Benton
 
  7 votes 16.7%

The Pharaoh's Daughter (Treasures of the Nile #1) by Mesu Andrews The Pharaoh's Daughter by Mesu Andrews
 
  6 votes 14.3%

The Butterfly and the Violin (Hidden Masterpiece, #1) by Kristy Cambron The Butterfly and the Violin by Kristy Cambron
 
  6 votes 14.3%

Circle of Spies (The Culper Ring, #3) by Roseanna M. White Circle of Spies by Roseanna M. White
 
  5 votes 11.9%

Prelude for a Lord (The Gentlemen Quartet #1) by Camille Elliot Prelude for a Lord by Camille Elliot
 
  4 votes 9.5%

Snow on the Tulips by Liz Tolsma Snow on Tulips by Liz Tolsma
 
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Wings of a Dream by Anne MateerWings of a Dream by Anne Mateer
 
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The Crimson Cord Rahab's Story (Daughters of the Promised Land, #1) by Jill Eileen Smith The Crimson Cord: Rahab's Story by Jill Eileen Smith
 
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They Met at Shiloh by Phillip Bryant They Met at Shiloh by Phillip Bryant
 
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“That's what I love about reading: one tiny thing will interest you in a book, and that tiny thing will lead you onto another book, and another bit there will lead you onto a third book. It's geometrically progressive—all with no end in sight, and for no other reason than sheer enjoyment.”
Annie Barrows, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

“From His eternal perspective, it's tolerable to allow our temporary dreams to fall apart.”
Jennie Allen, Anything: The Prayer That Unlocked My God and My Soul

“There is divine beauty in learning... To learn means to accept the postulate that life did not begin at my birth. Others have been here before me, and I walk in their footsteps. The books I have read were composed by generations of fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, teachers and disciples. I am the sum total of their experiences, their quests. And so are you.”
Elie Wiesel

“Shut your eyes and see.”
James Joyce

“You can make anything by writing.”
C.S. Lewis

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