A Yellow Wood and Other Stories


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$15.00  $13.95
Mason Lewis Press
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5.06 X 7.81 X 0.3 inches | 0.29 pounds

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About the Author

K. C. Ireton is the author of Cracking Up: A Postpartum Faith Crisis. Her work has been published in Weavings, Books & Culture, and The Christian Century and online at The Cultivating Project, The High Calling, and Velvet Ashes. An avid reader, she homeschools her four children so that she can spend her days reading and learning all sorts of interesting things. Besides books, she likes gardens, Oxford commas, and tea. You can find her online at kcireton.com and on Instagram at kcireton.


"These stories are sweet and satisfying and so well told....I turned the final page with enormous gratitude for this reminder that a quiet life is not incompatible with a fruitful life."

-Christie Purifoy, author of Placemaker and Garden Maker

"In A Yellow Wood and Other Stories, K. C. Ireton...draws our attention to the power of small gestures of love and kindness, leaving them to sink in and take root long after we've closed the book. This collection is well worth befriending, and I recommend it with delight."

-Amy Baik Lee, author of This Homeward Ache

"I loved every word of K.C. Ireton's A Yellow Wood and Other Stories. The...deep layers of complexity and untold secrets ring true to real life-an undeniable testament to Ireton's talent as a storyteller."

-Maribeth Barber Albritton, author of Operation Lionhearted

"Only K. C. Ireton could make a contemporary story sound like a classic. This was so lovely to read."

-Jody Lee Collins, author of Hearts on Pilgrimage and Mining the Bright Birds

"There are so many wonderful layers to this story....Reading it was like being wrapped slowly and gently into a warm blanket surrounded by the arms of our heavenly Father."

-June Caedmon, author of Pearl of Great Price series

"K.C. Ireton...restores my love of short fiction, and utterly captivates me with her title story, 'A Yellow Wood.' What a beautiful, gracious work this is!"

-Lancia E. Smith, Publisher & Executive Director, Cultivating Oaks Press, LLC