The Clip'n'Dip Praise The Heavens Multi-Faith Congregation

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About the author:
Elyse Bruce is a woman of many talents -- a versatile and respected professional musician, singer-songwriter, composer, visual artist, playwright, and author as well as a single parent of a teen with multiple disabilities. She balances her time writing music, songs, short stories, novels and plays, and painting and photographing the world around her. She also invests her time in learning new technologies, leading workshops and seminars, and teaching songwriting and marketing courses at the college and university levels. And she finds time to create and promote new and exciting projects that engage, involve, and benefit as many people as possible.

Her first novel, "Glass On A Stick" publishedin 2012, has met with critical acclaim in the mainstream and disability communities. Reviewers and readers love her collection of short stories entitled "A Summer Of Somebodies: Cautionary Tales for Modern Times" while her novella "Grand Theft: Cookie" is a hit with teens and adults alike.

Young readers, educators and parents alike have developed an affinity for young Missy Barrett, the main character of the "Missy Barrett Adventure Series" and the "Missy Barrett Conversation Series."

Additionally, her essays pertaining to the Idle No More movement have been published and republished in mainstream and online media. Elsewhere on the Internet, Elyse Bruce is the owner and author of multiple blogs including the wildly successful Idiomation blog found on Wordpress.

The Clip'n'Dip Praise The Heavens Multi-Faith Congregation
 

Authored by Elyse Bruce
Introduction by Larry Wilson
Edited by Thomas D. Taylor

Religion, spirituality and what's between God and each of His children is something no outsider can understand. But every once in a while, a little perspective is needed and that's exactly what one of the members of Calvary Redemption hopes to find.

Humor and satire blend together in a style that owes as much to Mark Twain as it does to Stephen Leacock. This tale takes a peek behind the curtains and reveals the many surprises that lay waiting for the reader.


Publication Date:
2013-12-28
ISBN/EAN13:
1494829193 / 9781494829193
Page Count:
116
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Humor / Topic / Religion




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