Books by Christine Mary McGinley

A Course in Butterflies by Christine Mary McGinley

A Course in Butterflies
A Novel

Christine Mary McGinley

Katherine Ayers, an astrophysicist at a popular American university, grapples with life’s most daunting mysteries – the origins of the universe, the fate of the globe we inhabit, the laws that govern both. Her ultimate triumph is not a cosmic discovery but a reconciliation with her own origins and with the even more daunting mysteries of life here on Earth.

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detecting the gleam of light by Christine Mary McGinley

Detecting the Gleam of Light:
Thoughts for the Aspiring Creative Writer

Christine Mary McGinley

Detecting the Gleam of Light, as its title suggests, is as much about Emerson as it is about creative writing. According to its author, Christine Mary McGinley, Emerson is much more than an originator of “creative writing.” He is everything a creative writer needs. Read Emerson, she says, and you will find your own way as a creative writer.

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Words of a Woman by Christine Mary McGinley

The Words of a Woman:
A Literary Mosaic

Christine Mary McGinley

The Words of a Woman is a literary mosaic and dramatic monologue composed entirely of excerpts from the written works of exceptional women from literature and history. It is an exploration of the female voice in literature and life.

Complete with Christine Mary McGinley’s story of how she came to create this extraordinary work, as well as her reflections about the artists, thinkers, and writers from whose words the piece is composed, this moving meditation on life, love, learning, and the art of writing is a literary treasure.

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