THE MAD KYOTO SHOE SWAPPER: AND OTHER SHORT STORIES, by Rebecca Otowa, Tuttle Publishing/PGC

From the unique standpoint of an American woman who married into a Japanese family and has lived in Japan for more than thirty years, Rebecca Otowa weaves enchanting tales of her adopted home that portray the perspective of both the Japanese and the foreigner on the universal issues that face us all—love, work, marriage, death, … Continue reading THE MAD KYOTO SHOE SWAPPER: AND OTHER SHORT STORIES, by Rebecca Otowa, Tuttle Publishing/PGC

STARLIGHT, by Richard Wagamese, McClelland & Stewart/PenguinRandomHouse

Richard Wagamese was one of Canada's foremost Native authors and storytellers. He worked as a professional writer since 1979. He was a newspaper columnist and reporter, radio and television broadcaster and producer, documentary producer and the author of twelve titles from major Canadian publishers. The final novel from Richard Wagamese, the bestselling and beloved author … Continue reading STARLIGHT, by Richard Wagamese, McClelland & Stewart/PenguinRandomHouse

SHE IS FREE, LEARNING THE TRUTH ABOUT THE LIES THAT HOLD YOU CAPTIVE, by Andi Andrew, Baker Books/Baker Publishing Group

We say we're free in Christ, but many of us are still living in captivity--to fear, anger, shame, isolation, unforgiveness, and control. We're good at faking it around others, but we're exhausted by the ruse. Andi Andrew wants women to break free of their self-imposed prisons and live the lives that are rightly theirs in … Continue reading SHE IS FREE, LEARNING THE TRUTH ABOUT THE LIES THAT HOLD YOU CAPTIVE, by Andi Andrew, Baker Books/Baker Publishing Group