Hello there! I’m Florence Love Karsner, author of several published novels, including an Amazon #1 Best Seller, Tobacco Rose. I also wrote four novels in The Highland Healer Series, as well as a historical fiction novel titled We All Have Secrets.
You will often see an ouroboros symbol at the beginning of my novels. An ouroboros is a serpent devouring its own tail. History tells us that Asclepius, an ancient Greek God of Medicine, believed that serpents had healing powers and that a bite from one could heal a wound or cure a disease. Thus, the symbol represents healing and resonates with me because of my passion and experience in the medical field. Thank you for your interest in my work. I hope you enjoy reading my novels as much as I enjoy writing them.
Hey there! I’m Florence Love Karsner, an author who strives to inspire readers around the world through my storytelling. It’s humbling to know that my words have touched the hearts and minds of readers in many countries.
Before written books were commonplace, the art of storytelling was a powerful tool that transported listeners to different worlds and connected them with characters in ways that are both meaningful and transformative. Through my writing, I hope to capture this magic and share it with as many people as possible.
I’m grateful for the support of you, my readers, and excited to continue this journey as an author. Thank you for joining me!
Since I have some new followers, I’d like to take a minute and say hello. I’m Florence Love Karsner, an author whose books are being read by people around the world. It brings me immense joy to know my stories have touched hearts and inspired imaginations in many places.
When not busy writing stories that will capture your imagination, you can find me on the golf course or creating pottery in beautiful North Central Florida. It’s here that I call home with my husband, Garry, and I’m so grateful to have such a wonderful place to live and from which to draw inspiration.
This third novel in the Highland Healer Series presents a bit of Scottish romance and a few touches of magickal realism bring about unexpected twists and turns…
In this prequel to the series,
we learn of a young girl named Ci-Cero
whose destiny was determined eonsago.
Did you know that the serpent is a symbol of healing? In ancient Greece, the serpent was associated with Asclepius, the God of Medicine, who believed serpents had healing powers and could cure a patient or wounded person just by touching them. The serpent is also connected to pharmacology and antisepsis, as they carry an antivenom against their own poison.