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Kristiana Gregory

Biography

Kristiana Gregory

Bestselling author Kristiana Gregory has written over twenty books for middle grade readers.  She has written several titles for the Dear America, My America, and Royal Diaries series, as well as JENNY OF THE TETONS, a Golden Kite Award winner.

Her latest series is Cabin Creek Mysteries.  Based on bedtime stories she told her sons when they were young and restless, the series is about the adventures of two brothers, twelve-year-old Jeff and ten-year-old David, and their smart cousin, nine-year-old Claire.

Born in Los Angeles, California, Kristiana attended both public and private schools out on the West Coast and in New Mexico. She always wanted to be a writer and received her first rejection letter (for a poem) at age 11. After graduating from high school, she began taking a variety of college courses and jobs that provided experiences for her writing career. Foremost were her positions as a daily newspaper reporter and as a book reviewer for the Los Angeles Times. In these jobs she met her writing mentors, Charlie Ferrell and Art Seidenbaum, both compassionate and thoughtful men.

Kristiana Gregory lives in Boise, Idaho.  For more information about her, please visit http://www.kgregorybooks.com/

Kristiana Gregory

Books by Kristiana Gregory

by Kristiana Gregory - Historical Fiction

Abigail Jane Stewart returns in this brand-new sequel to THE WINTER OF RED SNOW. The Revolutionary War toils on, but the Stewart family can no longer avoid getting involved. Abby's father joins the Continental Army, while Abby, her mother, and her siblings become camp followers. They face daily hardships alongside the troops and continue to spend time helping the Washingtons. Filled with romance and adventure, Abby's frontline view of the war captures the heartache and bravery of the soldiers, as well as the steep cost of freedom.

by Kristiana Gregory - Historical Fiction

In Hope's third and final diary, by Kristiana Gregory, we meet Hope once again in the middle of the Revolutionary War, as she continues to bravely face the turmoil and violence. Hope describes the realities of life in Pennsylvania as she is caught up in the midst of the Revolutionary War. Though the emerging nation's future is still uncertain, Hope remains optimistic and brave.

by Kristiana Gregory - Historical Fiction

In this wonderful second book featuring Hope Penny Potter, the Revolutionary War wages on and Hope's daily life is much affected. The war has even kept her from her dear friend, Polly, whose parents are loyal to the King. But when Hope's much missed brother and father return, relief sets in, if only for a short while. For the plot thickens when Hope finds out that her father was with the Sons of Liberty and they will be in danger if anyone finds out.

by Kristiana Gregory - Historical Fiction

Susanna Fairchild and her family are on board a ship sailing from New York to the West, where they plan to start a new life in Oregon. But tragedy strikes when Susanna¹s mother is lost to the sea. Hearing stories of great wealth, Susanna¹s physician father decides he wants to join the hordes of men rushing to California to mine for gold.