“Transcends the traditional”

Alice Scott-Ferguson writes of both the sacred and the mundane with her Celtic blood running strong. She is unafraid to voice a fresh and different take on a diversity of topics. You’ll find these traits apparent in her two Cladach titles:

Pausing in the Passing Places : Poems  (July, 2018) offers transparent poetic reflections on life, loss, longing, and love.

Mothers Can’t Be Everywhere, But God Is (2003, renewed 2018) offers a liberating look at motherhood.




Is the saying true, that “God couldn’t be everywhere, so He made mothers”?

“Not quite!” says Alice Scott-Ferguson: