Uplifting books of community & spirit from Rev. Dr. Anne Hays Egan


Today, LitNuts is shining a spotlight on the work of Rev. Dr. Anne Hays Egan, a high-energy community building consultant who loves to write! Featured in today's special newsletter are three of Anne's books:

  • Building Communities of Hope
  • God's Eyes
  • Moving Mama

Read on to learn more about these inspirational and enjoyable books and about Anne's work.

★★★★★ "Building each other up to do amazing things together." ~Amazon Vine Voice Review

Building Communities of Hope: How People are Making Positive Change

Genres: Spiritual Self-Help, Happiness Self-Help, Religion & Spirituality
4.9 stars, 74 ratings
Paperback: $12.99
Ebook: $5.99 (Free via Kindle Unlimited)

Each of us has the spirit and fire within to live in joy. We are built for it! We can make positive changes that empower and bring hope to ourselves and others. 

Building Communities of Hope is a guide for those of us who yearn for a change in our lives. It’s a roadmap for creating positivity and a meaningful difference in our communities and society. It’s a resource for those who need support and motivation to recover from life’s challenges. It is intended to help each of us:

  • Believe in ourselves.
  • Take steps to improve our lives.
  • Address challenges and break through barriers.
  • Build hope that’s our own – that’s practical and works for us.
  • Strengthen our personal purpose and power.
  • Win friends, influence, lead, and support others.
  • Be a force for positive change in our communities.

We all face challenges…natural disasters, accidents, health issues, economic setbacks, and more. This book teaches that there is a way through and beyond these challenges, especially when we rely on each other. We have the power within us!

Praise for Building Communities of Hope

★★★★★ "A great book that guides readers toward building a strong community through good deeds. It is also a much-needed resource for self-healing from life’s challenges and advocating compassion, kindness, and love to support one another." ~Literary Titan, Gold Award

One of the 20 Best Community Building Books of All Time. ~BookAuthority.

God's Eyes - A Vision for Us: Presence, Promise, and Power

Genres: Spiritual Self-Help, Motivational Self-Help, Religion & Spirituality
New Release: November 21, 2023
5.0 stars, 6 ratings
Paperback: $10.99
Ebook: $4.99 (Free via Kindle Unlimited)

Want a book that will help you get up in the morning, fired up and ready to take on the world? Want something that shares the power of spiritual transformation? Presence, promise, and power? This book may provide you with some great, practical tools.

God's Eyes is for seekers, those who know they're on a spiritual path, out-of-the-box thinkers, and all who want greater focus and purpose in their lives. God’s Eyes shares the author’s experience of a powerful vision where, for a minute, she got to see the world and its promise through what she experienced as God’s perspective. Early readers call the book profound, captivating, and transformative...a "great work" that is "much needed in our world."

Praise for God's Eyes

★★★★★ "A thought-provoking book that invites us to embrace the mystery of divine encounters, live in the slipstream of divine guidance, and contribute to a more compassionate world through small acts of kindness," ~Goodreads Review

★★★★★ "Tremendous help on my journey." ~Amazon Review

Moving Mama: Taking Care of Mother During Her Final Years with Alzheimer's

Genres:  Eldercare, Aging Parents, Gerontology Social Sciences, Memoir
4.4 stars, 47 ratings
Paperback: $9.99
Ebook: $3.99 (Free via Kindle Unlimited)

More than 6.7 million people in the United States are living with Alzheimer's. Worldwide, more than 55 million people have dementia. Most of us need help and this book has a lot to offer.

Navigating the complexities of Alzheimer’s is life-changing. Caring for your loved one takes all you have in the way of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual stamina. There are also many gifts that come from the experience, and times of sacred space.

Anne Hays Egan lived through this struggle in her own family and has worked as a consultant in health and aging, In Moving Mama, Anne shares relatable stories and practical advice, including resources, hope, and guidance for what often feels like an overwhelming journey. 

Praise for Moving Mama

★★★★★ "A compassionate guide through Alzheimer's." ~Amazon Vine Voice Review 

★★★★★ "Valuable advice and strategies for navigating the complexities of elder care." ~Amazon Review

About the Author
Rev. Dr. Anne Hays Egan is Principal at New Ventures Consulting, an organization that works with nonprofits, governments, funders, associations, communities, and interagency networks to guide groups through community-driven planning and system development drawing upon the collective wisdom of the community. With 40 years of experience in the field, Anne brings unparalleled expertise to community projects. She is also the author of three books and more than 50 articles. Learn more at NewVenturesConsulting.net and be sure to follow her Amazon Author Page.

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