BODY: or, How Hope Confronts Her Shadow and Calls the Flutter Girl to Flight – novel
By Sean Coons | Black Rose Writing
Body is an inspirational-fiction comedy exploring body image and intuitive eating.
Hope is deep into the journey of the hero–she just doesn’t know it yet. She loves her family, HATES her body, and fools herself into thinking all will turn out well in the end–that is until her latest attempt at a crash diet unleashes mayhem in her life. Enter Joy, a quirky spiritual mentor driven by a mysterious past. She offers not an elixir of man, but Truth from above–ancient secrets revealed in steps leading back to the ultimate source of identity Hope so desperately needs to achieve harmony between her body and mind.
“Body crafts thought-provoking insights into a relatable, satisfying, and enjoyable story. Sean Coons captures the reality of a woman’s struggle with body image issues in such a genuine way–it’s as if he’s read my thoughts and transcribed them on the page! This book offers truths and inspiration for any woman who’s ever wondered if her body is good enough.” ~ Heather Creekmore, Author of Compared to Who?
“If you want to learn more about how to find liberation from body issues in a beautifully vivid poetic landscape, check out this book.” ~ Matthew Jensen, philosopher and artist
THE RIGHT TO BELIEVE: The New Struggle for Religious Liberty in America – nonfiction
Sean Coons, Contributing Author | The Christian Post, Edited by Thomas Freiling
This compelling book offers thoughtful views on how and why America’s religious liberties are under attack today, and what actions can be taken to protect this important freedom. You’ll better understand the rich history of religious liberty in America and the reasons why it has become a lightning-rod issue that’s being debated everywhere from the media to the halls of Congress. The contributors of this book believe that religious organizations, churches, pastors, and ministries are subject to increasing attacks by anti-religious forces, and that the First Amendment preserves diversity, where people of different faiths, values, and beliefs can live peacefully together without fear or retribution from the government. They come from a wide variety of backgrounds, both personally and professionally, and each offers a valuable viewpoint based on their collective experiences. They all write for The Christian Post including Sean Coons, David Closson, Rachel Alexander, Nolan Harkness, Robin Schumacher, Will Vining, Wallace Henley, Karen Farris, Charis Brown, Marcus Tatum, Justin Steckbauer, Ron Hale, Nicole Hayes, Prashanth Daniel, John Tuttle, Greg Garner, Greg Sukert, and Mark Conn.