Individual Author Record
Name: Cindy CrosbyPen Name: None Genre: Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born: 1961
-- Website -- http://www.cindycrosby.com
-- Cindy Crosby on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=cindy++crosby
Illinois ConnectionCindy lives in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationCindy Crosby is a writer, editor, teacher, speaker and naturalist. In addition to her books she has also written for many periodicals and websites. Cindy also teaches nature writing, natural history, and literature classes at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois. Cindy is the contributor to eight other books, and is the editor of four volumes in the Ancient Christian Commentary Devotional series.
- By Willoway Brook: Exploring the Landscape of Prayer, Paraclete Press, 2004 and Greenbrier Book Company, 2012
- Waiting for Morning: Hearing God's Voice in the Darkness, Baker Books, 2001 and Greenbrier Book Company, 2012
- We Have A Latte in Common: Celebrating the Fine Blend of Friendship, Harvest House, 2003
Titles At Your Library
Waiting for Morning: Hearing God's Voice in the Darkness
ISBN: 0801012228 Baker Pub Group. 2001 Through a series of reflections on the natural world, the author offers honest yet hopeful perspectives on spiritual formation in the midst of lifes challenges.
We Have a Latte in Common: Celebrating the Fine Blend of Friendship
ISBN: 0736910743 Harvest House Pub. 2003
By Willoway Brook: Exploring the Landscape of Prayer
ISBN: 155725320X Paraclete Press. 2004
"There´s a skin of the landscape I´m beginning to peel back, and I´m finding a map of sorts in the world around me a landscape of prayer, creation that cannot help but praise the creator. Symbols in the landscape beckon me further up and deeper in. When I´m on the prairie, the barriers come down." So begins Cindy Crosby´s book of elegant and warm prose. With honesty and friendly wisdom, she observes parallels between the natural world and the inner landscape of prayer, using as a backdrop her own backyard, the tallgrass prairie landscape of Illinois. In a time when we are pulled in so many directions by the "busyness" of our lives, By Willoway Brook invites us to stop, carve out a quiet place, and communicate with the God who created it all.
Read about By Willoway Brook in the Chicago Sun Times.