Review of The House on Foster Hill by Jamie Jo Wright

I stayed up late and got up early to finish reading this mystery! Fiction hangover is real, and I have it now. When I picked this one up, I didn’t initially see the Christian tag, but I was grateful for...

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Amazon Wisdom Keeper: A Psychologist’s Memoir of Spiritual Awakening

Who is Dr. Tuyl? I wished I’d known her credentials before beginning this read, but honestly I might not have picked it up if I had. Now I’m very glad I read it. I feel like this book came into...

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Australian Druidry: Connecting with the Sacred Landscape by Julie Brett

I’ll admit, when I saw this title I believed it was a contradiction in terms. Maybe not a direct contradiction, but when I hear “druid” I think of pre-Christian western Europeans, not Australia. Some of the most cherished seasonal celebrations...

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Holding Space: On Loving, Dying, and Letting Go by Amy Wright Glenn

If you’re going to read nonfiction, do it with purpose. Holding Space drew my attention for a personal and pressing reason. My father is fighting cancer. He will never stop fighting it, such is the diagnosis. This one will...

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