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Teresa's Reading Corner: First Impressions: Hidden Passages-Tales to Honor the Crones by Vila Spiderhawk

Monday, November 29, 2010

First Impressions: Hidden Passages-Tales to Honor the Crones by Vila Spiderhawk

Synopsis from the Back of the Book:  An anthology of eight beautifully crafted stories about women of different cultures and eras, the Crones, sharing their wisdom and their joy, their hearts and souls with girls and women in times of difficulty, change, and transition. 

My First Impression:  This book appealed to be because it is presented as a Celebration of Womanhood.  I think that the art of storytelling and sharing of wisdom between generations is getting lost along with a multitude of other things.  We have so many other options for entertaining ourselves that we just don't seem to listen anymore and are often distracted.  

Previous generations have so much to offer.  While their experiences are certainly a little bit different, I think the overall message is something that can be learned from.  I'm looking forward to immersing myself in these tales which are sure to contain strong women and learning experiences.

I took a moment to visit the authors website and there were several rave reviews for the story on there. I hope you will take a moment to look at her site and and read some of the excerpts she has posted.

About the author:  Vila Spiderhawk lives in the woods on Pennylvania with her husband.  She has several books to her credit including Forest Song: Finding Home, Forest Song: Little Mother, Forest Song: Letting Go, and Forest Song Cookbook.

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At November 29, 2010 at 8:09 AM , Blogger Vila said...

Thank you so much for hosting me and for your kind words about my book! I really appreciate your hospitality!

At November 29, 2010 at 2:14 PM , Blogger GMR said...

Certainly know what you mean in regards to the art of storytelling getting lost...especially between generations. Curious to see what you have to say about this title once you've finished....happy reading!

At November 29, 2010 at 3:52 PM , Blogger Rebecca Camarena said...

I look forward to your review of Hidden Passages. It really is a delightful book which such a clear message for all women.

At November 30, 2010 at 8:14 PM , Blogger Vila said...

Thank you for your kind words, Rebecca. Yes, I think all women would benefit greatly from reading this book. I know I gained enormously from having written it.


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