Reaching by Grace Peterson

Reaching by Grace Peterson

Grace’s turbulent childhood, with father’s violent temper and mother’s apathy, their divorce, and her relocation with her mother and siblings to Hawaii, where she experiences racism and violence, sets the stage for this incredible real-life tale of abuse, brainwashing, and ~ ultimately ~ the long journey to recovery. At seventeen, Grace experiences love for the … Continue reading

Sating the Preta: A memoir about finding the person I was before the chaos began by Lily Scot

Complex PTSD from emotional abuse is an unreported epidemic in the United States. Lily Scot’s “Sating the Preta” reveals the intricacies of this disorder through a personal account written in terms easily understood by trauma victims and their loved ones in finding recovery from its effects. According to Scot, in our increasingly anxious society, all … Continue reading

Rhythms Of Life by Loretta Livingstone

Verse about love, life, laughter, beauty, seasons, and God. Serious, funny, romantic, spiritual. Smile, laugh, sigh, pray, maybe shed a tear.

No Excuses: The Fit Mind-Fit Body Strategy Book (3 Off the Tee) by Lorii Myers

In life, as in golf, approach every day as if it’s a new round. By using strategic methods to get the maximum impact or the best shot for that day, you can ensure that you are on a path of continual improvement as you move toward your ultimate goal. This enlightening new guide by Lorii … Continue reading

Eternal Echoes: Exploring Our Hunger To Belong by John O’Donohue

There is a divine restlessness in the human heart today, an eternal echo of longing that lives deep within us and never lets us settle for what we have or where we are. Now, in this exquisitely crafted, inspirational book, John O’Donohue explores that most basic of human desires – the desire to belong. It … Continue reading

Involution: An Odyssey Reconciling Science to God by Philippa Rees

A book to share an inspired vision by restoring ‘beautiful, aesthetic poetry into the history of science’. This unorthodox work has been called ‘ – an heroic intellectual tour de force – reflecting the act of genius’ but hyperbole probably does duty for description which the work defies. It breaks all the rules and is … Continue reading