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Author and speaker Karen Whiting shares from her heart to bring creativity, truth, and inspiration to her readers. She shares her messages through her sixteen books for women, families, and children plus hundreds of articles, media appearances, and speaking engagements.

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I love to let creativity splash on the pages I write. I desire to help you develop strong relationships with your family and God and to live more joyfully. Check out videos of my TV appearances and my numerous upcoming book releases. It’s a pleasure to connect with my readers, so please join me on Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter.

My book The One Year My Princess Devotions won the Christian Retailer Best Awards, children's nonfiction category, tfor the year of release. These are books the retailers believe have a great impact.

I'm thrilled that my co-authored book Stories of Faith and Courage From the Home Front won the Military Writer Society of America Gold Medal, nonfiction faith, and the 2013 Golden Scroll Nonfiction Book of the Year! It took tons of research but we were honored to share true stories of women, children, and volunteers on the home front during American wars.

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I’m working on a new book that will be a devotional recipe book on Bread in the Bible. 

Raising a Young Modern Day Princess (2016 fall release)

I co-authored this book with my friend Doreen Hanna. She has a great website with more product for girls! We had fun writing about our experiences of moms and sharing experiences of other moms.

Kindness, joy, peace, patience, self-control, as well as gentleness, love, faithfulness and goodness are all qualities parents want in their little girls.

Those are fruits produced by the Holy Spirit from seeds you plant and nurture. Discover through story, activities, and parenting tools how to cultivate the Fruit. Each chapter includes a special dad tool box and dad-daughter activities. Explore ways to reach your unique child through her personlity and enjoy fun together as you instill faith in her.

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