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Cathy Cash Spellman

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Cathy Cash Spellman is a best-selling author of multiple books that have been on The New York Times Bestseller List and International Bestseller lists, in both hardcover and paperback. Bless the Child became a Paramount movie starring Kim Basinger and Jimmy Smits, and has developed a cult following since it's Paramount release in 2000. Cathy's books have been sold in 22 countries.

Cathy was born to two parents who loved to read and filled their home with books and poetry. The small town in which she grew up had a library that was a small castle, brought over stone by stone from Europe, and gifted to the town by a benefactor, replete with suits of armor, stained glass windows and a round tower that held the classics. It was to this fairytale
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Cathy Cash Spellman Hi Susan,
So happy you asked this! I've wanted to revisit these characters for years and am actually working on the outline for a sequel that would all…more
Hi Susan,
So happy you asked this! I've wanted to revisit these characters for years and am actually working on the outline for a sequel that would allow the next generation of all three books to interract with each other! One of these books may soon be on TV and that would be a wonderful way to introduce the next story, wouldn't it?
Certain characters remain in a writer's heart forever, and I would so welcome the chance to follow where their lives can lead.
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Cathy Cash Spellman So glad you asked, Julie! I have an outline for a sequel that's full of surprises, including the appearance of characters from So Many Partings and An…moreSo glad you asked, Julie! I have an outline for a sequel that's full of surprises, including the appearance of characters from So Many Partings and An Excess of Love. I fell in love with the characters in my historic novels as I wrote about them and have always wanted to follow their stories into the next generation.
Paint the Wind is being considered for a TV Series right now...if that deal goes through, the sequel to Paint the Wind will be my next book after finishing Book 2 of Lark's Labyrinth.(less)
Average rating: 4.05 · 2,113 ratings · 322 reviews · 16 distinct worksSimilar authors
Paint The Wind

4.30 avg rating — 673 ratings — published 1989 — 14 editions
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Bless the Child

3.79 avg rating — 648 ratings — published 1993 — 15 editions
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So Many Partings

4.24 avg rating — 217 ratings — published 1983 — 23 editions
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An Excess of Love

4.19 avg rating — 155 ratings — published 1985 — 15 editions
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The Playground of the Gods

3.47 avg rating — 159 ratings — published 1986 — 17 editions
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A Murder on Jane Street

4.13 avg rating — 125 ratings — published 2019 — 3 editions
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Lark's Labyrinth

4.07 avg rating — 98 ratings — published 2011 — 4 editions
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Notes to my Daughters

4.50 avg rating — 18 ratings — published 1988 — 2 editions
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Snowflake from the Hand of ...

4.71 avg rating — 14 ratings — published 2011 — 2 editions
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The Message

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2014 — 2 editions
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What Led Me To Jane Street?

As many of you know, I never wanted to do anything in life but to write books, from the time I could hold one, never mind read it. My childhood home had books on every horizontal surface and plenty of vertical ones, as bookshelves abounded. My parents read to me… my father recited poetry, my mother demanded I be allowed into the local library’s adult stacks when I was 6, as she thought children’s Read more of this blog post »
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“We the unwilling, led by the unqualified, will perform the unbelievable for the ungrateful”
Cathy Cash Spellman, An Excess of Love

“Maybe Cod will grant me a year or two longer with my sweet mother and father and all those I love before I am sent into cruel exile. "Many”
Cathy Cash Spellman, Paint the Wind

“cities thrive where cattle grazed, com and wheat fields stretch”
Cathy Cash Spellman, Paint the Wind

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“Some say they get lost in books, but I find myself, again and again, in the pages of a good book. Humanly speaking, there is no greater teacher, no greater therapist, no greater healer of the soul, than a well-stocked library.”
L.R.Knost

“Books on the bookshelves
And stacked on the floor
Books kept in baskets
And propped by the door
Books in neat piles
And in disarray
Books tucked in closets
And books on display
Books filling crannies
And books packed in nooks
Books massed in windows
And mounded in crooks
Libraries beckon
And bookstores invite
But book-filled rooms welcome
Us back home at night!”
L.R. Knost




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