Colorado Springs Book Signings!

We’ve had our first two signing events!

Both were such fun days filled with friends old and new, and we were shocked to sign and sell a grand total of 31 books! We approached the events warned new authors—especially new authors selling hardback books—don’t often do too well at signings, so I’m sure you can imagine how we returned home aglow with gratitude and looking ever more forward to the signings up and coming!

Many thanks to all of you who came out to show your support!

Remember, if you loved A Midwife in Amish Country and would like to experience its sequel, here are 7 things you can do to help make the sequel a reality and, besides the actually purchase of the book, none of these things will cost you a cent!

A. Write a review of the book on Amazon!

Here’s how to do that: 1. Find the book on Amazon. 2. Click on the words, “customer reviews” to the right of the stars. 3. Click on the words, “write a customer review.” 4. Click on the number of stars you want to give the book. 5. Write up your review and click “submit” beneath the box you wrote the review in.

B. Write up a review of the book on Goodreads!

Here’s how to do that: 1. Find the book on Goodreads. 2. Click on the words, “rate this book” beneath the picture of the book. 3. Click on the number of stars you want to give the book. 4. A little box that says, “write a review” will pop up over the stars. Click on the box. 5. Write up your review and click “save” beneath the box you wrote the review in.

C. Like my Facebook page and engage with me there!

D. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter and engage with me there, too!

E. Post about the book on your own Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts—ideally with a photograph!

F. Ask your local library to carry a copy of the book!

G. If you’re near any of the book signings, be sure to pop on in and say hello!

Here’s the most current schedule of events: 

June 10, 11, 12, 13, 2018: Winter Park Midwifery Conference, Vintage Hotel, 100 Winter Park Drive, Winter Park, Colorado 80482—I’ll be facilitating an interactive workshop at the conference called “True Midwifery Skills” on Wednesday, June 13th from 9:00 am till 1:00! And P.S. —Food will be involved!

June 19, 2018: The Rabbit and the Dragonfly, 51 N Market St, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603

June 21, 2018: Beyond Measure Market, 575 US 250, Greenwich, OH 44837

June 24, 2018: Barnes & Noble, 5701 Beckley Rd, Battle Creek, Michigan 49015

June 30, 2018: Barnes & Noble, 6800 Eastman Ave, Spc F630, Midland, Michigan 48642

July 13, 2018: Grand Marais Public Library, 104 2nd Avenue West, Grand Marais, Minnesota 55604

Click here to order YOUR copy of A Midwife in Amish Country today on Amazon!
Also available at Barnes and Nobles—online and in stores!

Endorsed by

Stasi Eldredge, NYT best-selling author of Captivating

Dr. Sara Wickham, author, midwifery lecturer and consultant,

Jolina Petersheim, bestselling author of The Midwife

Leslie Gould, #1 best-selling and Christy-award winning author of over twenty books, including The Amish Midwife 

Rahima Baldwin Dancy, author of Special Delivery, childbirth activist, and midwife (retired)

Marie Monville, author of One Light Still Shines

Cindy Lambert, coauthor of One Light Still Shines

Elizabeth Davis, CPM, Co-Director of National Midwifery Institute, Inc.,, author of Heart & Hands: A Midwife’s Guide to Pregnancy and Birth and the international bestseller, Orgasmic Birth: Your Guide to a Safe, Satisfying, and Pleasurable Birth Experience

Serena B. Miller, award-winning author of More Than Happy: The Wisdom of Amish Parenting,

Eleanor Bertin, Lifelines and Pall of Silence

Sara Daigle, author of Women of Purpose and Dare to Love Your Husband Well

Beth Learn, founder of


Kim Woodard Osterholzer, Colorado Springs Homebirth Midwife and Author

Books by Kim:

Homebirth: Safe & Sacred

Homebirth: Commonly Asked Questions

A Midwife in Amish Country: Celebrating God’s Gift of Life

Nourish + Thrive: Happy, Healthy Childbearing

One Little Life at a Time: Recommendations + Record Keeping for Aspiring Homebirth Midwives

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