A Circle of Quiet, Volume 1

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Harper Collins, Jan 1, 1984 - Religion - 256 pages
132 Reviews
This journal shares fruitful reflections on life and career prompted by the author's visit to her personal place of retreat near her country home.

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Some beautiful reflections on life, faith, and writing. - Goodreads
Her insight is invaluable to me. - Goodreads
A deep thinker and brilliant writer. - Goodreads
Faith, writing, reading, mothering, marriage... - Goodreads
I've grown up reading Madeline L'Engle's writing. - Goodreads

Review: A Circle of Quiet (Crosswicks Journals #1)

User Review  - Dina Keratsis - Goodreads

Re-reading this because I recall that L'Engles words offered much solace. I was right. Any writer who is also a mother needs this book by her side. Read full review

Review: A Circle of Quiet (Crosswicks Journals #1)

User Review  - Darlene - Goodreads

Enjoyed getting to know Madeleine L'Engle in this book. A little dry here and there but mostly interesting and enjoyable. She was middle-aged when she wrote A Wrinkle in Time and it took years and ... Read full review


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About the author (1984)

Madeline L'Engle, the popular author of many books for children and adults, has interspersed her writing and teaching career with raising three children, maintaining an apartment in New York and a farmhouse of charming confusion which is called "Crosswicks."

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