… to think of your writer and reading friends, and yourself. Yes, I confess, this is one of those rare-but-occasional self-promotion posts I’ve written about elsewhere on this site, so if you’re not in the market for books, feel free to skip this post. I promise I won’t be offended.
For the writers in your life, check out A Short Guide to Hospitable Writing. Written as a companion to some of the earlier pages and blogs here at Magic Lamp, new and expanded material welcomes guests – our readers – into the ‘homes’ of our writing.
If you or loved ones are concerned about the environment, my first novel, Song of the Blessing Trees, has been called a modern take on the Exodus story. The Woods Clan relies on the wisdom and guidance of Old Grandmother from ancient Wales and the Chronicler, who lives in today’s New England, as they search for a new homeland that is safer from the environmental ravages in the late 23rd and early 24th centuries.
Pastoral theology written through the lens of the Episcopal Church (USA), God’s I AM in You: A Vocational Workshop is appropriate for persons of any faith. The narrative text and short and long exercises use scripture as the foundation for persons of any faith to begin to explore their ministry vocations in the church and the world. Hint: if you’re on a church board, that might not be your true vocation, the one that fulfills you. (I am co-author of this book.)
All of these books are available on Amazon.com and Kindle. I haven’t yet figured out how to include workable links (the last one I tried didn’t work), so look under the titles or ‘Eugenie R. Rayner’ as author.
You can also check out the books by other authors in the catalogue found at http://branchhillpublications.weebly.com. Novels, poetry, short stories, memoirs, and humor are all there for your reading pleasure, and they’re all also available through Amazon or Kindle.
Thank you, and many blessings!