In this vibrant literary collection of short essays and poems, sacred hushes fill in pregnant days, women anguish at night, parents travel through the dissonance that occurs when the raw invasion of life head-butts doting smiles, the... Read More
Picassiette (Ital)? the “crazy plate smasher”— was the moniker locals gave to foundry worker Raymond Isadore when he began affixing broken cup fragments, seashells and stones to every inch of his Chartres, France home in 1938.... Read More
This is not spiritual junk food, Kirvan tells readers on page one. Instead, he says, this is a deeper feast, an attempt to sate twentieth century spiritual emptiness with mystic meditations on God. Kirvan theorizes that modern society,... Read More
More than 20 years ago, author and psychotherapist Lynne Freeman sat in a college classroom and suddenly was vaulted into an anxiety attack: her heart began pounding, her body shook, her vision became distorted and she felt an intense... Read More
Cynthia Kersey was pulling down six figures, yet still felt unfulfilled. So she quit her job at Sprint, cashed in her family’s life savings and set out to realize a heartfelt ambition to write a book that would inspire others. The... Read More
This home improvement book, part of the Home Magic! series, takes do-it-yourselfers quickly through a series of simple decorating projects intended to add charm and character to rooms. Most of the 300 projects look like they’d succeed,... Read More
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