PRAIRIE GRACE : A Novel by Marilyn Bay

PrairieTruth-Front-CoverA novel of southern Colorado in 1888

Readers are enjoying this deeply-researched and vividly-told story. The author has interwoven historical figures and events with fictional characters, bringing to life the early, colorful history and the people of the San Luis Valley. Through a fast-moving, believable, engaging story, readers learn the hard-won mix of cultures and traditions enjoyed today by the farmers, ranchers, and business owners of this beautiful Southwest region.

Marilyn Bay, a Colorado native who is deeply involved in the ranching / farming culture of the great state of Colorado, and an accomplished journalist / writer / author, is the perfect person to write this story. You will find that the clashes, conflicts, and opportunities of that period really do have applications for the day in which we live.Marilyn

Western frontier, historical fiction lovers and southeast U.S. history buffs, as well as anyone who enjoys a good story, will not want to miss Prairie Truth….. LEARN MORE / Buy now!


 “The poetry is raw and real and yet infused with hope, beauty and faith.” –Dr. Bill Meier

I CRY UNTO YOU, O LORD : Poems of Lament  by Sarah Suzanne Noble

During a season of intense suffering, Sarah wrote, painted, planted and did whatever she could to seek God’s face and cultivate beauty. As a young wife and mother of two small children, She underwent two back surgeries in five years, recovered from PPD, wrestled with insomnia, and recovered from concussions and other injuries. The poetry she wrote to express the cries of her heart are collected in this beautiful book in the hope of providing language to others who suffer. Like the psalms of David, they honestly express feelings, questions, and desires to God….READ MORE


JEANNIE’S BRAVE CHILDHOOD : Behavior and Healing through the Lens of Attachment and Trauma by Janyne McConnaughey, PhD