PRAISE and REVIEWS
— Jim Young, Ed.D.
Spiritual author and inspirational speaker
Chancellor Emeritus, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
President Emeritus, State University of New York at Potsdam
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Thank you for transporting me to a place I had never even contemplated.
— Howard R. Lieberman
Chairman, Silicon Valley Innovation Institute
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You are one of those writers that remind [us] of all the important topics one should be thinking about daily… your messages stay in the soul… constantly. I like your stream of consciousness of Confession and your suspense, built with the delicacy of pain, paragraph after paragraph.
I am looking forward to many more of these diamonds.
— Isabel Campoy
Author and former Senior Editor at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Confession reminds me how art and life co-mingle; and that it isn't just about experiencing the 'artifact' of the art but that the art itself is an extension of life, as if it were written for that moment for a reader to experience. I believe true art is that way. In that respect, I would place Birgitte's work as a true work of art.
— Don Thompson
Playwright, author, and producer
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With Confession, Rasine claims her place in the ranks of great Czech and American writers.
— Allie Chee
Author and Publisher, Hestia Books & Media
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It explores the relationship between religion, spirituality, and human need in a way that will make you reexamine your ambivalence toward whatever faith you practice or don’t practice. In a few short pages of non-stop awareness it manages to deal with the soothing nature of unintelligible words even as it imitates its subject, sensuality and celibacy, marital insecurity and fading masculinity--in short, another book by Rasine to be savored with a glass of the finest wine.
— Dr. Kenneth Atchity
Author, The Messiah Matrix and founder, The Story Merchant
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If your faith could confess, what would it tell you?
It’s us, the devout, who are expected to confess to our pastors. But what if our faith could, in turn, confess its darker secrets to us?