Crystal Winters and the Haunted Mansion (Sticky Ones #1)
Crystal Winters has always stood out among the other kids, sporting blue hair, a razor-sharp mind, and a craving for adventure. On her tenth birthday, her parents give her permission to ride her bike beyond their immediate neighborhood. She rides far and finds a spooky mansion abandoned in the woods. Will she dare to cross the threshold and explore what lies within?
Michelle Lobos and the Labyrinth (Sticky Ones #2)
Michelle Lobos is thrilled to be at summer camp at last, even though Terry Groulx just won't leave her alone. In a moment of solitude, however, she discovers something shocking about the labyrinth on the floor of the camp lodge. Later on the mystery of the labyrinth deepens. Is what her mother told her about labyrinths true? Does she have the courage to find out?
Jasmine Lin and the Dollhouse (Sticky Ones #3)
Third grade is over and Jasmine Lin has just finished building a dollhouse all by herself. She's excited for summer to begin.
The day after she finishes her dollhouse, however, she discovers her dollhouse at the end of Arcadia Lane. It's not just her dollhouse-it's human-sized.
How did it get there? Who built it? And what will she find inside?
Novels (Adult and YA)
Memory Stands Still (2nd ed.)
Angela Bridges is preparing to enter Cleveland's first bi-annual urban development contest. When memories of the past collide with the present, how will she shape her future and the future of her beloved city?
The second edition features an afterword as well as discussion questions for bookclubs.
Medley Blunt is a former Little Leaguer playing for the first time on an all-girls softball team, and she's got some things to learn. Going from the star of her state championship-winning baseball team to barely making the starting lineup of her softball team, her world has turned topsy turvy. Add to that the revelation that her adoptive parents are having a baby the old-fashioned way. Who is she if not a star ball player? Who is she if not an only child? What are her roots, and who is she, really?
Collections of Prayer, Poetry, and Short Stories
The Thean Psalter is a feminist, feminine prayer book based on the Book of Psalms. The psalms are organized into morning and evening prayer over thirty days so that the entire book can be prayed individually or communally over the course of a month. The Thean Psalter cultivates an intersectional thealogical approach and serves as a resource for those who seek to pray using feminine images of the Divine in a feminine voice. Theanism, from which "Thean" is derived, finds its roots in the Greek word, "Thea," which means "Goddess."
Life. Love. Liturgy.
A collection of unconventional short stories and poetry exploring sounds, touches, and morsels of God in quotidian life.
M. Kate Allen explores blood cancer and its implications for life and death in four short stories. All proceeds from this chapbook benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.