Reviews

As They Grow Up Review and Giveaway: http://www.astheygrowup.com/2012/08/the-flowering-house-book-review.html
“The opening story is well written and you can immediately get the theme.  Anyone will relate to the story of closed doors and lost dreams. Then the book opens to a workbook style journal.  I really like that while the thoughts are deep they are not filled with a bunch of busy work and the exercises are rather short and easy to accomplish.  This book is a great tool for someone that has been stuck in life and wants to live more passionately and accomplish their dreams.”

Dad of Divas Review: http://dadofdivas-reviews.blogspot.ca/2012/07/book-review-flowering-house.html
“The book itself was a poignant story that brings out so much for the reader to reflect on. [The Flowering House] makes this process both fun and easier to attain through an easy to follow story…[and] so many guiding questions…that will help them move in the right direction for their life.’

“The Flowering House will move your heart and inspire you to journey toward a life of authenticity, truth and purpose. Paige Stirling Fox not only tells a great story, but lives it.”  -Tommy Spaulding, New York Times bestselling author of It’s Not Just Who You Know

Artwork by Lena Ralston

“The Flowering House is a beautiful book of self-discovery that provides practical tools for self-transformation. The story encourages us to look deep within ourselves and find the courage to allow our soul to dance again.”
-Marcela Grant, author of Luminous Mountain.

“This book is a blessing to women. It is for me. The meaningful story, beautiful illustrations and the practical wisdom from the journal helped me deeply contemplate about my life and my greater purpose. I have given this book as gifts to family and friends to also inspire and empower them in their journey towards a life of authenticity.
I highly recommend this book to all women who would like to answer the call of  `something more’ in their lives – to follow their unique journeys and say yes to the greatest, deepest desires of their hearts.”
– Jill Javelosa-Alvare

 

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