Tree of Life: Sixty Poems from Twelve Years

I’m pleased to tell you that Lutheran poet Kathryn Ann Hill has released another book, Tree of Life: Sixty Poems from Twelve Years!

I’ve blogged about Kathryn Ann Hill previously (Here is a post from her sixth book release, A Verse Vigil and Selected Poems.). Which means this is her book number seven! Fabulous!

Here is the Amazon blurb:

Eternal life is the theme of this seventh volume of poetry by Kathryn Ann Hill. Tree of Life contains fifty-three metrical poems, six alliterative poems, and one acrostic. They are accompanied by thirteen color images of paintings from medieval illuminations to Pre-Raphaelites to Vincent van Gogh and James Tissot.

I’m glad this latest one, Tree of Life, is also available on Kindle.

She’s a talented, insightful woman, and I look forward to reading more of her faithful, Lutheran poetry!

Let’s see. Let’s link all her books available on Amazon! 🙂 You can also find four of them here on Lulu.

 

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  1. Kathryn Ann Hill

    Thank you for plugging “Tree of Life,” Mary. Here is a link to my author’s page at Amazon, where all seven books are listed:
    https://www.amazon.com/author/kathryn.ann.hill

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