"There is in most lives, a defining moment, a point dividing time into before and after. ..." Mosby beautifully traces the trajectory of consequence that will change three lives. The Season of Lillian Dawes is a wondrous novel that chronicles a young man's first tour of the adult world.
Private Altars is a compelling story about the nature of consequence — the way in which meaningless acts lead to irreversible situations, and the difficult compromise between the demands of society and the desires of the individual. Trapped in the wrong place and time, Vienna Daniels’ attempt to transcend her circumstance unfolds into a haunting and unforgettable story.
Liberating prayer from the constraints of traditional contexts and using poetry to “invest the prosaic with the profound,” The Book of Uncommon Prayer illuminates the longing for transcendence at the core of the spiritual path. Modeled on the medieval Book of Hours, this collection of verse is arranged to parallel the eight “hours” of the liturgical day.