Volume 26, Issue #2

Might Could Be

Might Could Be (Different Drummer, LLC), by Gay G. Gunn (B.A. ’69; M.S.W. ’71), is the sequel to Keely and Colt that follows siblings Selena Culhane Colson and Hepburn Culhane on their journeys...

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Charlise and the Snickerdoodle

Charlise and the Snickerdoodle (Rosedog Books), by Tiffany N. Johnson-Largent (M.S. ’05; Ph.D. ’11), is a children’s novel about a young girl named Charlise who is given a new sweet treat but has...

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Miss Ivy's Tea Room

Miss Ivy’s Tea Room (LifeRich Publishing), by Marlene Rose-Clarke (B.B.A. ’82), is a novel that follows a quilt of characters, each with a story of adversity, as they fi nd solace in a hot cup of...

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In Full Color

In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World (BenBella Books, Inc.), by Rachel Doležal (M.F.A. ’02), describes the path that led Doležal from being a child of white evangelical...

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Detox Style

Detox Style: Creating A Healthy Lifestyle Through Daily Holistic Detoxification Practices (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform), by Tawainna Houston, ND, M.Div. (B.A. ’95), explains how...

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Sojourn to Healthy Eating

Sojourn to Healthy Eating: Tasty Alkaline & Vegetarian Recipes (Morris Press Cookbooks), by Beverly Oliver (B.A. ’79), is a cookbook with more than 170 alkaline, vegetarian and vegan recipes...

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