Kathy FawcettAuthor, Great Lakes Super Fan
Come on in, the water’s fine. Brisk, but refreshing—just like Shoulder Season. In it, a young Kay Kerby inherits her family’s lodge on Lake Michigan, but finds she’s not prepared for a lot of things—including an economic crash, and a new generation of guests. Can her one lodger convince her that Kerby Lodge is a diamond-in-the-rough fixer upper? If so, she may have a fighting chance.
The next book in the Lake Michigan Lodge Story series is coming soon. My characters are wildly imperfect just like you and me. As they navigate the bumps and bruises of life—even the ones they brought on themselves—they are full of hope and humor. Because it’s never too late to live an amazing life, is it?
Now Available –
Official Kerby Lodge Gear!
Now you can take home a souvenir of your time at Kerby Lodge, just like the guests in Shoulder Season. Official Kerby Lodge tees, long sleeved tees, sweatshirts, pop sockets and more.
Lakes, Lodges and Life
Read my latest blog posts, with thoughts on my favorite things – lake living, rustic lodges and the writers life. Because we all need to get away to the lake every once in a while, or to a story that transports us there.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been inspired to write. From morning till night I have always had a constant stream of letters, headlines, dialogue, jokes and book ideas running through my head. Trouble is, that’s where most of it stayed! Over the years I’ve...
HGTV Beachfront Bargain Hunt is a guilty pleasure with early morning coffee. The still blue saltwater of their tropical locations looks so pretty, but I know I’d be disappointed. The air is no doubt warm, and the water, warmer. But you can give me a cold and bracing...
As difficult as it was to find the first few words of the book Shoulder Season, it was even more difficult to know when to stop writing. To set down the writing of Shoulder Season and call it done. The book writing process is a new one for me, and I have been learning...
Why a Lake Michigan Lodge Story?
I write about the tourist lodges and resort towns of the Great Lakes because there is no place like them on earth, and I love them.
A bit of history: Back in the early 1800s, the population of Michigan exploded tenfold as the auto industry and mines required many laborers…
Great Lakes Gallery
I thought I’d share a few photos to show why I love this part of the world so much.