Can Children Struggle with Despondency?

Something unexpected happened when I published Time and Despondency: Regaining the Present in Faith and Life; the people with the most questions have been parents concerned for their children. I didn’t foresee this because I assumed the people who would be most interested in my book would be people like me: thirty-somethings who can’t seem to shake the…

Last chance to sign up for the giveaway! Plus, a video of the Despondency Q&A and a free a knitting pattern

The launch week of Time and Despondency is almost finished! Last night, I hosted an hour-long Live Q&A on Facebook in order to answer some of your questions about despondency, time, and the relationship between the two. It was a great time of conversation and discussion. Thanks for all those who showed up and contributed to the discussion,…

What is Despondency? (Infographic)

Have you heard that Time and Despondency was released into the world yesterday? You can buy it on the Ancient Faith Publishing website or on Amazon. Yesterday, I did a quick reading from the first chapter of Time and Despondency in response to the question “What is Despondency?” Today, I’m following up with an infographic on the same topic.  …

Say hello to _Time and Despondency_! Plus, a free giveaway and schedule of all launch-week shenanigans.

Hi everyone, just a quick note from me to let you all know that the long-awaited moment is here: my book, Time and Despondency: Regaining the Present in Faith and Life, is now available on Ancient Faith or Amazon (I recommend ordering from Ancient Faith–it helps support the publisher and the author!) To celebrate, I’m hosting a one-week online launch party.…

Announcing my book: Time and Despondency!

So, this came in the mail last week. I guess that means it’s official… I’m writing a book! Actually, to be more specific, I’ve been writing a book–my deadline is now only a month and a half away. (Because all good things take TIME–including the logistics of hammering out book contracts–I haven’t been able to let the cat out…