One of my favorite books of all time is a book called Confessions of a Pagan Nun by Kate Horsley. It was recommended to me by a woman who taught Women’s Studies at the University of Connecticut.
The title alone made me want to read this book, a pagan nun, someone in transition. Aren’t we all in transition at some point in our lives? But the era the book was set in intrigued me, the dawn of Christianity in Ireland. You’d think it must have been a peaceful transition, but I doubt it.
Kate Horsley has written many books and is a successful published author. Someone like this is busy, and time is precious. And for someone like Kate Horsley to be generous enough and giving enough of her time to agree to read and review a self-published book by an unknown author is a testament to her spirit and love of the written word.
I emailed Ms. Horsely last week, through her website, and asked her if she would review Mona, the body in the bog, and she very kindly said yes. Regardless of whether or not her review is good or bad, her input will be very helpful. For anyone to read my books is for me a great honor. So thank you Ms. Horsely, and I highly recommend your books, especially Confessions of a Pagan Nun, to my friends.