Revival Season by Monica West

Revival Season is Monica West's debut novel, and it follows a Southern black Evangelical family, through the eyes of the main character, Miriam, the 15 year old daughter. Miriam's father is a Baptist preacher and faith healer, and each Summer they travel with him to tent revivals, where he heals the sick and injured through …

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Hola Papi by John Paul Brammer

John Paul Brammer is an LGBTQ writer and artist whose advice column, Hola Papi, was originally on a Grindr affiliated site. This book is his memoir, written in the form of advice letters or essays, and talks about the life and relationship lessons that he's learned. I loved this book so much. The authors voice …

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The Miracle Collectors by Joan Luise Hill and Katie Mahon

According to this book, 80% of Americans believe in miracles. Talking publicly about that belief, however, is another thing. The authors of this book, along with Mary Beth Phillips who was their co-author on their previous book, The Miracle Chase, are three close friends who met through their kids. They each had a Catholic background, …

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