I wanted to let you know that I thoroughly enjoyed "Missing God." It was a page-turner that I was sorry to finish. You are truly a gifted story-teller and i look forward to the sequel.
 
Posted By: Alan Lyme
National trainer for Motivational Interviewing/Compassionate Communication
Your writing is exceptional! Every time I read something you've written, I feel drawn in by the way you weave words together. I almost feel like a fly on the wall of your life as you captivate my emotions by your vulnerability. It's like when you eat something so good--you are satisfied, because it was such a delicious experience--but you can't wait until the next time either.
 
Posted By: Dawn B.
I very much recommend "On A Clear Blue Day." It is like having the advice of a wise mentor at your side, who comforts and helps you grow. Her methods include mercy, kindness and stunning poetic artistry.
 
Posted By: Felicia E.
In section after section Priscilla fills the page with all the best qualities that any good writer approaches in his or her words: interest, engagement, curiosity, thoroughness, sensitivity, focus, respect, honesty, sharp eyes—and—a wonderful laugh. Priscilla provides readers with a perceptive devotional for use in everyday life.
 
Posted By: Staley Hitchcock (response to On A Clear Blue Day)
retired editor for the United States Library of Congress
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I will read it again and give it as a gift. It is impossible to read just one entry a day.
 
Posted By: Ellen W. (in response to On A Clear Blue Day)
Your writing reflects the fruit of healing and grace.
 
Posted By: Melissa B. (in response to On A Clear Blue Day)

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What Readers Are Saying

In Missing God Priscilla takes a brave and unflinching look at grief and the myriad ways in which it isolates one person from another. The characters are full-bodied and the writing is mesmerizing. Best of all, there is ample room for hope to break through. This is a must read.

Beth Webb-Hart (author of Grace At Lowtide)

winner"On A Clear Blue Day" won an "Enduring Light" Bronze medal in the 2017 Illumination Book Awards.

winnerAn excerpt from Missing God won as an Honorable Mention Finalist in Glimmertrain’s short story “Family Matters” contest in April 2010.