Books by Jennifer Brookins
Learn more about Tharon Ann, Living Under the Weavers Hut, India with Backpack and a Prayer, and her new book coming soon: Molly’s War.
“Jennifer Brookins memoir Tharon Ann is reminiscent of Mark Twain, Will Rogers, and other authors who write in unconventional ways. It is a revelation of her struggle to find a successful and more deeply, meaningful life. She does so with self deprecating humor, passion, and sheer determination. This book led me to deeply reflect on my own and humanity’s
struggles and destiny.”
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An Illustrated Book of Poetry
“Jennifer Brookins’ poems are written in exquisite, lyrical free verse. I can do no better than to quote from her new book of poetry, Living Under the Weaver’s Hut. “Again and again I turn my face to you. Your darshan weaves feelings in me that moves my heart to prayer.” If you read mystic poetry, i.e. Rumi, Hafiz, you will love this book.”
-Stan Raatz, Ph.D., computer scientist, private equity investor, part-time poet.
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A Spiritual Journey
A deeply affecting travelog of a spiritual life
“I loved this book, the intimacy, the sense of the spiritual world close by, the interiority of the poetry, and most of all, the mystery of her four adept friends. Highly recommended.”
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