Another Chance Before Changes in Availability: “The House on Sunny Street:My Two Brooklyns with an Epilogue of Blessings” By Rev. Dr. Judy Lee,RCWP
If you are curious about the making of a woman Roman Catholic Priest and a Pastor to the poor and homeless, or if you have an historical interest in Brooklyn, New York here is another chance at getting Pastor Judy’s autobiographical historical novel:
The House on Sunny Street by Rev. Dr. Judy Lee-Check it out! There may be some changes in availability soon as publisher changes so get it now.
I am excited to share this autobiographical and historical novel with you. You can go to AmericaStarBooks.com/bookstore or to Amazon.com to get it. It is available in paper and electronic forms. If you have ever wondered what makes people tick, what adds up to a human life, and what contributes to the life of a woman priest this book may have some answers for you. If you like books about Brooklyn, New York, or inner city life anywhere this is your book. If you know the power of groups and the power of faith, this book is for you. If you like stories about real people who overcame some serious odds and kept on keeping on you will not be disappointed. If you like to read about complex lives written so all can “get it” and laugh, cry, and cheer with the protagonists this is for you. If you want to know a neighborhood where people of all races and classes interact in positive and life giving ways take a look. If you believe in inclusion, justice and love you will enjoy this read!
I hope you will check it out! If you do, please feel free to share your comments here. I welcome your responses.
Keep on believin’
Rev. Dr. Judy Lee,RCWP
Co-Pastor Good Shepherd Inclusive Catholic Community, Fort Myers, Florida