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Book Review & Giveaway: Twas The Morning of Easter

Book Review & Giveaway: Twas The Morning of Easter

If you have been a reader for a while you know that I am a fan of the children’s books that Glenys Nellist creates for young readers. So I was delighted late last year to discover that her book Twas the Evening of Christmas had been developed into a series of books...

Winter 2021 Reading Recap

Winter 2021 Reading Recap

I always find it interesting how each season of my reading life is so different. When I do my reading recaps each season, I can tell you exactly what kind of head space I was in the past three months.  This winter (December, January and February) reading took the side...

Interview with Sarah Griffith Lund and Blessed Union

Interview with Sarah Griffith Lund and Blessed Union

As we settle into the end of winter blues and approach the start of our second year living with a pandemic, this month’s author interview feels incredibly timely. Many of my friends are talking about mental health, but not many of them feel comfortable talking about...

Diamonds and Dust: An Ash Wednesday Meditation

Diamonds and Dust: An Ash Wednesday Meditation

“And, lo, the star which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was.” -Matthew 2:9, NKJ   The first book I picked up in 2021 was Father Gregory Boyle’s second book Barking to the Choir: The Power of Radical...

5 Lighthearted Books with Substance

5 Lighthearted Books with Substance

A few weeks ago I was on a Zoom happy hour with my girlfriends when one of them declared “I wish I liked your book recommendations but you like serious and heavy stuff and right now I really need something light!” Honestly, I love when I get book recommendations wrong...

Start Close In by David Whyte

Start Close In by David Whyte

My conversation with author Ellie Roscher about her most recent book 12 Tiny Things: Simple Ways to Live a More Intensional Life was so much fun, I hope you check it out. The whole time I was reading the book I kept thinking of the poem Start Close In by the poet and...

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