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#BookReview – Gardener of My Soul – Marianne Coyne

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My Sunday book review is on Marianne Coyne’s book, The Gardener of My Soul.  Marianne’s intent is to create joy and awareness through her writing. Visit all of her books on her Amazon Author Page here.

 

Blurb:

This book contains the intimate collection of the prayers, dialogues, and revelations of a soul survivor, which were written during the wooing of the beloved by its Divine Lover. Its intent is two-fold: to help the reader understand the beautiful, yet sometimes daunting process of the mystical union; and to realize that when the wooing has ended the soul should not fret, for the marriage has begun – a time of trust and new heights of ones spirit. The Gardener of My Soul is for those who have experienced the yearning of spirit, for those going through the process of mystical awakening to Love, and for the soul who is curious about its belonging – it is for all lovers.

 

The Gardener of My Soul by [Coyne, Marianne]

 

Get this book HERE on Amazon

 

My Review – 5 Stars – In Pursuit of the Spirit of Faith

By D.G. Kaye on July 31, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition

 

A beautifully written book about source and spirituality. The author is speaking to the power of source and love, reaffirming her strengths and beliefs, reminding us of all the goodness we have within us in faith and love.
Coyne uses many metaphoric speeches with the book, conveying a sense of spiritual renewal.
This book is timeless referring to all senses of the human spirit. A book to enlighten us all, particularly in the current state of the world.
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D.G. Kaye is a nonfiction/memoir writer, who writes from her own life experiences and self-medicates with a daily dose of humor.

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