His spiritual biography on how certain Catholic saints & holy people came to influence his life. Examples: Saint Therese of Lisieux, Thomas Merton, Ignatius Loyola, Dorothy Day, etc.
His idea makes for a nice writing exercise for those inspiring writers out there. Who are your inspirations in faith, and why are they? How are they influencing you? What lessons do you draw from their lives? The person can be from any time & place and not necessarily well-known.
Book #12 in the Longmire mystery series, to be released on September 13, 2016. You should have seen the happy dance when the ebook version of the advanced reader's copy hit one of the bookseller's resource website. :D If you like the western milieu (they are set in Wyoming), literary references (this one to Sherlock Holmes), and a wry sense of humor, the mystery series is for you.
A series of spiritual personal essays by this mystery writer about how she went from Atheism to Episcopalianism and the spiritual lessons she's learned along the way, "considering I didn't accept Jesus Christ as my personal savior, didn't believe the Bible was divinely inspired, and wasn't entirely sure about the whole God thing." Reflects my experiences and attitudes quite well.
Currently reading her spiritual memoir but also found this and it was a quick, short read. Lessons from Jewish spiritual practices applied to Christian spirituality (i.e. the lesson from the Jewish practice of keeping kosher for Christians is to be always mindful of what they eat). Very interesting in it can also help enhance Islamic spiritual practice.
A very basic beginner's guide to journaling. It was ok for a beginner to get ideas of what to journal about.