“When you travel, you just never know what will happen.”

Those words, spoken by Travis Jefferies, a character in my book, Prodigals in Provence, sum up the spirit behind Love on the Move inspirational romance novels. In each novel compelling characters leave home for a variety of reasons . . . and things change. They encounter challenges, growth, adventure, mystery, and even love.

I hope you’ll take a trip with them and experience their journeys. See how their lives unfold as they make decisions to trust God (or not) in their next steps, and what happens as a result.

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About Kyle

Welcome to my corner!

I’ve wanted to be a fiction writer since the age of ten. So, in a very non-linear fashion, here I am (sooo many years later!) with books I hope you will love! A lot of my characters travel to other places. All of them learn . . . learn about God, about themselves, and are changed. That’s really what I want for myself, too!

I used to live in France and I love all things French. That’s why several of my books are tightly tied to the country and culture of France. Part of my book, One December, takes place in Paris, where I lived for over a decade. My other books will take you to other cities and countries, and some take place here in the U.S.

I write non-fiction as well, specifically travel and language books for . . . you guessed it, France. Magical Paris: Over 100 Things to Do Across Paris is the easy-to-read travel book that covers the whole city of Paris . . . not just a few neighborhoods, like most travel books. I have also written Real French for Travelers, a step-by-step method for learning travel French, including helpful vocabulary and relevant dialogues.  (My pen name for travel and language is K. B. Oliver.) I have a travel blog for France, www.Oliversfrance.com.  Now I live in North Carolina, one of my other favorite places. (I also have novels that take place there!)

When I am not writing or blogging, I teach French to adults. I’ve moved back and forth from the U.S. to France several times, but I’m now Stateside (with visits to France!) In my blog posts I’ll share my reflections, photos, fiction excerpts, tales of my writing journey . . . and friendship. I hope you enjoy it, and stop in often to say hello!