“Into this chaotic and anxious world, Dimming the Day shows up as a soothing balm. Every word of this book has planted seeds for healing in my own weary heart, and I know it will do the same for others."
—April Fiet, author, The Sacred Pulse: Holy Rhythms for Overwhelmed Souls
“So much written about adoption seems to overlook this essential truth: adoption is about love. Jennifer Grant’s story demonstrates this in every sentence and paragraph and on every page. She tells a story that is smart, funny, and brutally honest.”
"We all write about ourselves all the time―or at least we think we do. It's rare to read someone who is as honest as Grant is, here. She describes her false self, 'Bit by jagged bit, an icy shellac falls away. Without its protective coating, my faults come into clearer view'―then allows us to watch as she figures out what's left. Now, if I can only do the same. In a time that's full to overflowing with easy, posturing confessions, this is a necessary, awakening memoir." ―Jon M. Sweeney, author, Meister Eckhart's Book of the Heart: Meditations for the Restless Soul
"Wholehearted Living is manna from heaven for every woman lost in the wilderness of motherhood. It's a daily dose of sanity and empathy, encouragement and understanding, packaged in bite sized morsels to fit a busy Mom's schedule. Jennifer Grant has lived through the ups and downs of motherhood and offers wise words to help center a woman's day." —Dale Hanson Bourke, author, Embracing Your Second Calling and The Skeptic's Guide series
"The writers come from all walks of life-"nonconformists and oddballs"-and approach the Bible in their own idiosyncratic ways. But while the writers may take the Bible seriously, that doesn't mean they can't have fun in the process, for, as the subtitle also suggests, the moods reflected here are often irreverent, even playful."
"Jennifer Grant's new book is as refreshing as a latte break, as forgiving as your best friend, and a lot cheaper than a therapist. Grant will make you realize that your kids will be fine--and so will you." —Meg Cox, author, The Book of New Family Traditions