Don’t judge these books by their covers…
Don’t judge these books by their covers
Trying to find an image to capture the essence of this thin novella proved exceptionally challenging as the most appropriate had connotations not aligned with the author or TSL. Recalling books of the past and that readers are split 50% between title and image being why they choose a book, we thought we’d test the former… Aunt Jane comes with twists and turns, it’s perfect for a short ride in paper back or ebook. Human Bondage, by the same author, is far more innocent than what the title commonly suggests today. As an historical novel, the issues raised in the book are just as applicable today.
… or labels.
Having read and published two of the following and been on a panel considering the third, these are books which are far richer than one may think. TSL has, for this reason, labeled them with a more generic label, which is not necessarily as the authors see them. These are accounts of dealing with bullying, managing difference, exploring identity, building character, learning to live with one’s self, some coping with addiction – aspects of life we all experience in some shape or form.
Alex Clare-Young, a URC minister who studied at Westminster, has written a book called ‘Transgender, Christian, Human’. It aims to help people explore and understand the subject.
Find out more at https://t.co/Cfi4C1eoZd.
— Westminster College, Cambridge (@WestCollCambs) March 25, 2020