In Between the Pages! When Stone Wings Fly by Karen Barnett
"Barnett's tale set in the Great Smoky Mountains flows as smooth as wildwood honey. The two timelines are stitched together like alternating blocks of a quilt passed down through the decades, keeping family connected and rooted. I love a good Appalachian tale and Barnett's hits all the right notes from the familiar dialect to the natural beauty of the mountains. I felt utterly at home."
-Sarah Loudin Thomas, award-winning author of The Right Kind of Fool
Karen Barnett is an author and speaker, and was formerly a park ranger with the National Park Service, and a park naturalist. Her other books include The Road to Paradise, Where the Fire Falls, and Out of the Ruins. She's also a hobby photographer and is heavily involved with both Oregon Christian Writers and West Coast Christian Writers. She and her family live in Albany, Oregon. Visit Karen online at https://karenbarnettbooks.com/.