The Harvey Girls of the Grand Canyon—with Kimberley Woodhouse

The Harvey Girls of the Grand Canyon—with Kimberley Woodhouse


Today’s episode features a fantastic conversation that I know you’re all going to love. Kimberley Woodhouse has been writing seriously for more than twenty years. She is a best-selling author of more than two dozen books. She has won the Carol Award, the Reader’s Choice Award, the Holt Medallion, and has finaled in the Selah Awards and the Spur Awards.

In this conversation, we talk about her latest novel, A Mark of Grace. It’s the third book in her “Secrets of the Canyon” series, which features the Grand Canyon’s El Tovar Hotel and some fictional Harvey Girls who worked there. If you’ve never heard of the real Harvey Girls, you’re going to have to listen to this episode. I learned so much talking with Kim—both about history and writing!

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