--Andria Williams, author of The Longest Night and founder of Military Spouse Book Review
"Rodgers depicts her characters fully and empathetically, inspiring her readers to have the same grace exhibited by the Kitchen family and friends."
--Terri Barnes, author of Spouse Calls: Messages From a Military Life, a collection of her columns for Stars & Stripes
"Seven Wings to Glory captures the mind, heart and soul of its heroine. Kathleen M. Rodgers' gift of storytelling is extraordinary.
--Readers' Favorite Reviews
"Johnnie Kitchen is the kind of character all fiction writers dream of creating. Kathleen Rodgers is a master at writing women's fiction and proves it in her new novel, Seven Wings To Glory."
--Ann Hite, award-winning author of Sleeping Above Chaos, fourth novel in the Black Mountain series
"Seven Wings to Glory humorously captures the gamut of emotions common to military families dealing with deployments, homecomings, and the struggle to make everyday living as routine as their civilian counterparts"
--Karen Spears Zacharias (Gold Star Daughter) and author of Burdy
"Kathleen M. Rodgers has the gift of making you care deeply about her characters. I had a hard time putting this book down until I reached the end!"
--Deborah Kalb, author of George Washington and the Magic Hat and Haunting Legacy, co-authored with Marvin Kalb
"Kathleen Rodgers is a true painter/artist of words."
--Susan Reichert, Editor-in-Chief, Southern Writers Magazine
"Kathleen Rodgers skillfully shows how no town is small enough and no family perfect enough to be outside the reach of war, racism, and the heartbreak life hands out on a regular basis to all those who love."
--Elizabeth Marro, author of Casualties
"Rodgers' fiction is both sensuous and gritty, and her references to people and topics currently in the news make this story riveting."
--Drema Hall Berkheimer, author of Running on Red Dog Road: And Other Perils of an Appalachian Childhood
"With empathy and a true sense of place, Rodgers examines small town racism, the tragedy and heroism of military life, and the multilayered pain of family secrets."--Johnnie Bernhard, author of A Good Girl
"A well-crafted book that allows readers to experience actions right along with the characters."