Coming February, 2019…





I’ve just finished writing my next novel, Convergence, coming from Barbour Publishing in early 2109. While all my novels include elements of suspense, Convergence will be my first in the suspense genre. I am thrilled to be working on something in a new genre while remaining true to myself as a writer, and true to you, my readers, who’ve enjoyed my stories of hope and healing set in the granduer of creation. Convergence will include those elements. It will also, hopefully, make your heart pound! 



  • RT Reviews – 4 1/2 Stars Top Pick

“In Home, Ginny Yttrup uses her own powerful storytelling chops to bring readers into the mind of a struggling novelist—a place where fiction meets reality and where all lines are blurred. This tale is an exploration of relationships, both real and imagined, and leaves the reader pondering what life could be if we dared to write our own story.”

Julie Cantrell – New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling Author



  • RT Book Reviews – 4 Stars

“Yttrup’s books are always thought-provoking and complex, and this one is no exception. Filled with the tumultuousness of marriage and all it entails, Flames paints an intricate picture… Faith is subtly communicated through the story, but isn’t directly mentioned. Overall, this is a stellar offering from a gifted writer.”

RT Reviews




  • RT Book Reviews 2013 Inspirational Novel of the Year 
  • Forword Reviews 2013 Book of the Year – Inspirational Fiction
  • RT Book Reviews –  4 1/2 Stars Top Pick

“Writers and readers alike have been singing the praises of Ginny L. Yttrup since her debut novel Words. Now I understand what all the excitement is about!”

Liz Curtis Higgs – New York Times Bestselling Author

Lost and Found

  • Foreword Reviews 2012 Book of the Year – Religious Fiction

Yttrup has penned a many faceted novel that challenges the reader to pursue spiritual growth as fully as any self-help book would, making her fiction as inspirational as it is entertaining.

Publishers Weekly


  • 2012 Christy Award – Best First Novel
  • 2012 Christy Award Finalist – Contemporary Standalone

“Yttrup’s story is particularly powerful as it in part mirrors her own painful past. Page by page, word by word, this talented author proves the adage ‘Write what you know.'”

Publishers Weekly