Kathleen McGowan is an internationally published writer whose work has appeared on five continents and in at least fifteen languages. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three sons. You can visit her website at www.theexpectedone.com.
Meet Kathleen McGowan, Author of The Source of Miracles
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Expected One and The Book of Love comes a transformative book that unlocks the hidden power of the Lord's Prayer -- the prayer that can be recited by every Christian in the world.
Kathleen McGowan discusses her novel about Jesus and Mary Magdalene--and clarifies reports that she's from their bloodline.
BY: Interview by Michael Kress
In the wake of the success of "The Da Vinci Code," a rash of novels have been published offering their own fictional speculation on the relationship between Jesus and Mary Magdalene and the fate of offspring they may have had. Among them, Kathleen McGowan's "The Expected One" stands out for...
âHer passion for the role of women in history was one of the driving forces in her life. To discover something of this magnitude was true treasure, worth more than goldâ (119). This is clearly something you have in common with Maureen. Why is it important to you to share the stories of women throughout history?
My own âpromiseâ is to dig, uncover and share these stories...
A Conversation with Kathleen McGowan, Author of The Source of Miracles
You describe the Lordâs Prayer as âthe formula for manifesting miraclesâ¦on a regular basis.â How did you arrive at this understanding of the Lordâs Prayer?
I came to this understanding of the Lordâ Prayer the only way one really can â through regular use of it as a practice! I found that the more I committed myself to working through the challenges of my life while using this...
A Conversation with Kathleen McGowan, Author of The Poet Prince
1. With all of the intricacies of history, art history, religion, and literature, how did you conduct your research for The Poet Prince?
I spent a lot of time in Italy while working on this book, as I felt it was necessary to immerse myself in the culture of Florence as deeply as possible. Despite the centuries between us, there is much of that great city which is unchanged. I...