Christmas is coming!
Gift-giving can be hard. Here are a few recommendations from Columbus Press for the person who has everything.
For the Seeker:
Kelly Hanes draws the reluctant seeker into twenty-six beautiful stories of God at work in our everyday lives. God is more than an abstract idea, He is an intelligent creator yearning to love His creation.
This is the perfect gift for the believer in a higher power, who craves confirmation that there really is a God.
For the World Changer:
Brad Pauquette masterfully crafts the story of a young woman whose life is shaped by the water crisis in rural India. At less than 70 pages, this novella is the perfect gift for the reluctant reader.
With the paperback on sale for less than $6 from Amazon, it’s the ideal stocking stuffer.
For the Desperate:
Aaron Daniel Behr recounts a true, redemptive story of divorce, mental illness, and attempted suicide. This skillful narrative will come alongside you in the depths of despair and raise you up, depositing you on solid ground.
This is the perfect gift for a victim or family member of mental illness. It will restore your soul.
For the Serious Reader:
Samuel Snoek-Brown’s debut novel is a chilling masterpiece of gothic literature. This historical tale of a warn-torn Louisiana bayou carries the weight of apocalypse, and the storytelling is better than Cormac McCarthy.
This is the perfect gift for the person who loves amazing fiction.
And if the holidays themselves are kicking your butt, Shannon Upton can help. Her newest handbook, Organizing for Joyful Holidays, will kick your stress out into the cold and whip your holiday into shape.
Looking for more? Browse the rest of our catalog of books by amazing authors here: Full Columbus Press Catalog.