The Lutheran Ladies Circle Series

I also write under a different name.  KRIS KNORR

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If  you’re looking for a sweet book dealing with change—this isn’t it. The Lutheran Ladies are sassy, have strong-spined opinions, and have stepped out of your office, your kid’s soccer club, or your church to live on these pages. They adapt—sometimes poorly—but with humor and heartache as they journey life’s bumpy roads

The sharp with, quirky characters, and clever turns of phrase kept me smiling from first page to the last.  ~Pat Lichen, Glory Days


Second in the Series:  Through the Knothole


Kay McCabe is about to lose her house, but when two old Lutheran women need a place to BK Froman writing as Kris Knorrstay, she’s pretty sure she’s about to lose even more.

She’s stuck in a job she hates and living with a couple of comical old church women who barely restrain their opinions, especially about her new romance. She’s lost her privacy. Lost her humor. Lost her faith in others. And God isn’t answering His email.

She’s discovering: Change—is the knothole of normal


Third in the Series:   Thanks for Leaving

BK  Froman writing as Kris KnorrWhere does an old lady sneak off to when she ditches her church group?

If she’s stubborn and peppery like Aunt Ula, she rides a train back to her secrets. Aunt Ula is looking for pieces of her past, and the trail began on a southern railway over sixty years ago.

She can’t explain why she’s looking for a memento hidden by a man most people think is a figment of her imagination, but with a strange Texas gal’s help, she may be able to find it.

After all, both women know the first rule of change:
You have to leave to start the journey.


Fourth in the Series:  Melody Markett’s Crash Course on Life

Mel Steuben, mortician and Lutheran lady is intimately familiar with troubled pastsBK Froman Writing as Kris Knorr. But her attempts to help a young woman will uncover more than just funeral secrets.

Colorful. Humorous and alive. The journey sweeps you into joy and heartbreak, reminding you that wisdom appears in the midst of tragedy and connections grow when we’re lost.

A heartfelt homage to growing up, growing old, and challenging change.  ~Pat Lichen, Glory Days