Greetings Friends,

This has been a challenging year for all of us.The pandemic has forever changed our lives.Many have lost their jobs, their health, and some have lost family and friends.Partly because of Covid 19, and the fact that Kent now lives in Oregon and I live in Minnesota, we have made the decision to close up shop on our online store as of December 31, 2020.

We feel as if we have made many friends over these past fourteen years! We thank you for your support of Kent’s work and the many kind words we have heard regarding how his books have impacted your lives.We urge you to visit your local, independent bookseller or Amazon in the future.

As a final offer, we will be selling autographed copies of the Dan trilogy of Neither Wolf nor Dog, The Wolf at Twilight, and The Girl Who Sang to the Buffalo as a set for $47.

This is a 15% saving over list price, plus you will be getting autographed copies. We will continue to fill orders for other titles with in-stock items. No books will be back ordered.

This will be your last and only chance to get autographed copies of Kent’s books. If you want autographed copies of any of his titles as keepsakes or to give as gifts now or in the future, you should order before our supplies run out.

Our gratitude is heartfelt. Our wishes for you to continue find wisdom, solace, and humor in reading.

Thank you.

All the best,

Carole, Kent and Anne


Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace

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The monastic tradition of lectio divina--holy reading--is a discipline of extremely slow, phrase-by-phrase, meditative reading of scripture. Its desired effect is to plumb the Bible's depths in such a way that scripture's individual words and phrases come to permeate the reader's whole life. In this book, Kent Nerburn reads the Prayer of Saint Francis in a manner much like lectio, and the rewards of this strategy are rich. The prayer ("Where there is hatred let me sow love ...") is a familiar one, but Nerburn's reflections on its phrases make the old prayer new again. Nerburn has lived this prayer, and the quiet example of this book will help many readers to do so as well.

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