Author Interviews

Interview and Giveaway with Kathy Fuller

I am so excited for our special guest today! Kathy Fuller is here to talk about her newest book Faithful to Laura which will be available on August 7th. She is also offering one lucky reader the chance to win a copy! If you would like to win please leave a comment for Kathy on this post. Good Luck to all and Happy Reading!

Why don’t we start by you telling us a little about yourself?

My husband James and I have been married for nineteen years. We have three children, Matt, Sydney, and Zoie. We live in Northeast Ohio and love it here! I also live near several Amish settlements: Middlefield, Ashtabula, and Holmes. I grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, and am a former special education teacher (teaching the blind and visually impaired). I like to travel when I can. I’m also a thyroid cancer survivor.

Can you tell us about your upcoming book?

Faithful to Laura is the second book in the Middlefield Family series. Laura is out to seek revenge against Mark King, but when she meets Sawyer, a Yankee who was adopted by the Amish when he was fourteen, she reevaluates her need for vengeance, which allows her to open her heart to love.

Are you reading any books right now? Do you read other Amish fiction authors?

I usually read outside the genre I write. I’m reading a nonfiction book right now about writing, and also Tamera Alexander’s latest novel.

Have you ever visited an Amish community to do research for your books?

Yes, I’ve visited several, and often go to Middlefield (where most of my books are set) to do research and enjoy Amish country.

What is one thing about you that readers would be surprised to learn?

I played baritone saxophone in my college jazz band.

If you couldn’t be a writer, what would your ideal career be?

Teacher. I’m blessed to have done both!

Who or what inspired you to become an author?

Reading. I love to read, and out of that love grew an interest to tell my own stories.

What’s your favorite thing about being an author?

Finishing the book!

Do you have anything else that you would like to share?

I will be giving away a quilt made by Karla Hanns, a reader who made a prayer quilt for me while I was undergoing cancer treatment. She created this quilt especially for the contest to celebrate the release of Faithful to Laura. To enter the contest, please visit my website: and send me an email saying you’d like to sign up for my newsletter. You can also sign up for the newsletter at my facebook page:

What’s next for you?

I’m working on Letters to Katie (formerly Courting Katie), the third book in the Middlefield Family series.

Thank you so much for stopping by Kathy!

Contest rules are simple.

  • Leave a comment on this post.
  • Like or share on Facebook.
  • Leave another comment on this post if you liked or shared. That’s 3 chances to win

Contest starts today and ends August 3. Winner will be announced August 4.

96 thoughts on “Interview and Giveaway with Kathy Fuller

  1. I would love to win this book – need to read the first one in the series, though!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!

  2. I do love to read Amish genre. Their way of life is fascinating. Several communities live near where I live both Old Order Amish and the more liberal ones and also several Mennonite groups. This book looks especially good and I would love to win a copy. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

  3. I am a huge fan of Kathy’s books. I would be delighted to win a copy of Faithful to Laura. I enjoyed the interview with Kathy. Most things I already know about her. I too am a cancer survivor.


  4. I would love to win. It looks like a great book. But I like all your books I’ve read. Thanks for doing this.

  5. Love reading Kathy Fuller’s books. Would love to win and read this one.

  6. What a wonderful interview with Kathy. Having never read any of her books and would feel honored receiving this book of her gifted talent.
    I’ve also liked this post.

  7. I’d love to read Katny’s new book. Thanks so much for such a wonderful interview with her, and thank you for offering this giveaway!

  8. I am a huge, and I mean huge fan of Kathy:-) I absolutely loved your interview with her!! I would love to win a copy of Faithful to Laura!!!
    Blessings, Kristin J.

  9. Loved your shih tzu. I just had one and was going to foster another but now I have two. Guess fostering failed this time. Praying for your scan to be free and congrats on new book.

  10. I have quite a few of your books, absolutely love, love, love them. I hope your books are in the library. That’s the only was I can get books unless I win them. Keep writing. Lol. 🙂

  11. Kathy I love your books and can’t wait for this one to come out. I have read all your others.

  12. Would love to win a copy!I’ve read all of Kathy’s books and absolutely can’t wait for this one!

  13. I LOVE your books too, Kathy! Would love to win!! Thanks for offering this opportunity to win!

  14. I really enjoyed the interview with writer Kathleen Fuller…and I would love to win a copy of Kathleen’s new book ‘Faithful To Laura’…I have shared on twitter and facebook

  15. Hi I would like to win as well, but, I am not able to take on anymore Author Newsletters as that is too many emails going into my email inbox. Thank you and have great day!!

  16. I purchased your first book from where I worked. The reason I purchased the book was that is was about Middlefield, Ohio. I have visited that town many times and enjoy it there. I was lucky that you had signed the book for me. That was the first Amish based book that I have read and now I am hooked. I have read all of your books and now waiting for the next one and I would love to win it. Thanks so much.

  17. I LOVE your books and already have this book shipped to me but would love to win one to give to a friend I know that loves amish books but can’t afford them.

  18. Love Amish stories. Would love to win this book. I just ordered the first in the series. Thank you so much for this opportunity.
    Blessings to you,

  19. I would really like to win this book. It sounds like a winner from the git-go!
    Thanks for the chance to have my name drawn.

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