- Kristian Lynch
- Surrendered Publishing
- Publication Date
2017 Finalist for Body, Mind & Spirit
- Rights Contact
- Joanna Yau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Rights Sold (Countries)
- Hong Kong
The argument that race is an archaic and counterproductive social construction is cogent, smartly argued, and thought-provoking throughout. Stephen A. Tillett’s "Stop Falling for the Okeydoke" suggests that race is a false concept that...
Insights on spiritual gifts are particularly striking when paired with modern problems. Kristian Lynch’s "The Surrender Prayer" works to showcase the Bible as a vehicle for hope and healing. The book’s premise is that established...
What’s revealed in these stories, as so often in life, is that “the only thing separating well-being from danger [is] a line in the sand.” Don Waters’s second short-story collection, "The Saints of Rattlesnake Mountain", is a...
Juan Martin Guevara wants Che to be remembered as a human being, not as a myth. Fifty years after his death, Ernesto “Che” Guevara remains one of the most charismatic and controversial figures of the Cold War era. In this memoir, his...
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