by Kerry Adrienne
Anya’s wish for a normal date … away from the old man she is caretaker for … comes true in unexpected ways when she finds herself whisked to an ancient Irish stone circle on solstice eve.
Carrick’s decision to follow the path to become an Ovate druid has not come lightly, and he plans to spend the solstice eve in meditation unless fairies or evil spirits disrupt the circle. When a feisty girl walks right up to the fire, more than sparks fly.
They each seek healing and a connection, but the darkness of summer is short, and once the solstice sun breaks through the circle at dawn, the magic of the night will be over. Even Madame Eve can’t stop the day from rising.
GIRLS IN THE CULT: A JOURNEY INTO SELF DISCOVERY BY A FORMER OLD ORDER MENNONITE
by Esther Royer Ayers
Esther Royer Ayers has published a new book entitled GIRLS IN THE CULT: A JOURNEY INTO SELF DISCOVERY BY A FORMER OLD ORDER MENNONITE. The book provides answers for “free thinkers” who ask: Why would people of religion systematically program their children to fear the outside world? Why would the people of a religion limit a child’s education to eighth grade. What could prominent Dr. Erik Erikson and his EIGHT STAGES IN LIFE say about my childhood religion? How does the AMISH IN THE CITY television show fit into this book? Books and e-books are available through Amazon and all other book sellers. Please see my website for photos and more information: http://www.EstherRoyerAyers.com
Esther Royer Ayers
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 42, No. 4 August/Sept. 2013