Gilbert Morris is the author of more than 20 book series including the "Adventures of the Kerrigan Kids" series, "American Century" series, "Reno Saga" series, "Dixie Morris Animal Adventures" series and the "House of Winslow" series. His first book, "The Honorable Imposter" was published in 1986 as part of the "House of Winslow" series. As of 2015, his most recent books are "As The Sparks Fly Upward" and "The River Queen," both published in 2011.
Aside from his many series of books, Gilbert Morris has published 11 standalone books, including "All That Glitters," "Through a Glass Darkly," "God's Handmaiden" and "The Spider Catcher."
The "House of Winslow" series contains 40 books as well as a trilogy of prequels. It chronicles a family who initially arrives in America on the Mayflower. The series spans several centuries and concludes during World War II.
The "Reno Saga" series is of the Western genre and includes titles such as "Reno," "Ride the Wild River," "Boom Town" and "Lone Wolf."
The "American Century" series contains seven titles and was originally published between 1994 and 1998.
The "Dixie Morris Animal Adventures" is based on, and partially written by, his daughter.
Most of Morris's work contains Christian themes, reflecting his work as a pastor before turning to writing.