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Becoming Miss Knight Releases Today!

Updated: Jun 25, 2021

Guys, I made a discovery a month or so ago! I found one of the coolest Christian indie historical authors and, guess what! She's releasing her next book TODAY!

Kellyn Roth is not just a super cool person in general (most homeschool grads are 😋), but she's also a fantastic author! She gives some great writing advice and has some awesome books that you can purchase here! Her latest addition to her historical fiction series, The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy, comes out today, and I'm here to tell you all about it!

Not only will I have a fun new novella to share with y'all, I also have a lot of goodies from Kellyn coming in within the next few weeks, from an author interview to a guest post!

Keep your eyes pealed!

Becoming Miss Knight is Book #2.5 in The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy, taking place in the late Victorian era.

It's only 14,000 words long, so it makes a great read to enjoy during our busy lives. Of course, don't miss out on the beginning of Alice and Ivy's story, in Kellyn's novels The Dressmaker's Secret and Ivy Introspective. If you're not certain Kellyn's historical novels are for you, then just wait! I'll have my reviews all of three books up on my blog and Goodreads in a few weeks!


Alice Knight’s debut is in less than a year, and everything has to be perfect. Of course, she’d rather be riding her horse or playing with her younger siblings than learning to curtsy. But, with her mother in France for a holiday, the care of the house falls to her—and what better time to learn what it really means to be a lady?

Ivy, her twin sister, has other things on her mind. Namely, the endless conundrum of why she promised to keep an eye on her younger siblings while her parents are gone. She’s the least-qualified person to take care of them, but, bound by her word, she’s determined to try.

Even with all the guidance and advice available, becoming Miss Knight isn’t proving to be easy for either of them. However, any amount of work is worth keeping a promise to their mother.

Kellyn Roth is a Christian historical women’s fiction & romance author from North-Eastern Oregon who has independently published multiple novels, the most notable being The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy series. You should definitely call her Kell.

Kell lives on family-owned property outside an unmemorable but historical town with her parents, two little brothers, arbitrary cat, precious border collies, a dozen cows, and lots of chickens. She also possesses a classic, vintage aesthetic which does not at all speak to her country girl side, but such is life.

When not writing, Kell likes to blog, teach writing to her various students, have day jobs which allow her to keep her car properly insured, and spend lavish amounts of money on Dairy Queen french fries. She also likes to talk about Keira Knightley and her own books just … way too much.


You can snag your copy of Becoming Miss Knight here--or, better yet, you still have a chance to join the launch team! From now until February 15th, you can sign up here to become a member of Kellyn's launch team! You'll have the chance to receive review copies of The Dressmaker's Secret, Ivy Introspective, and Becoming Miss Knight, plus you'll be entered into a giveaway for a $20 gift card! What's awesome is that Kellyn is allowing six months after the release date (today) for you to share about BMK, blog about it, or even conduct an interview with her or her characters!

If you're still on the fence, feel free to check Kellyn out on her social media accounts (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, MeWe) and at her blog and website! You can also subscribe to her newsletter and get all kinds of goodies and updates delivered straight into your inbox! (Y'all know I love newsletters...I get so much mail!)

Don't forget--reviews, an interview, and a guest post are coming soon!!! Keep your eyes peeled and have a fantastic weekend!

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