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A SACRED PLACE Memoir of a Female Hunter
"Memories are meant not to hold us hostage but to transform us. Sherrie Gant's A Sacred Place does just that. Drawing from her own stories of four generations of women in a western hunting camp, she reminds of the importance of family traditions and how their memories comfort us into belonging."
-JANE KIRKPATRICK, New York Times Bestselling author.
"Sherrie's book is an incredible rendition of traditional family life and values, cherished memories, and outdoor adventure times 10! She has the ability to describe each moment in a way that resonates with all your senses allowing you to walk along the trail with her and her family. The togetherness they experienced reminds us all of life's trials and tribulations and how family can hold it all together through the good and bad. We all have our own sacred place...whether it's in our mind, our heart, or in our dreams, and I know that I appreciate "my sacred place" just a little bit more now because of it. Great Job!"
-KAREN SIMPSON-HANKINS, #1 Best Selling Author
"I started out listening to a storyteller, then began to follow you through the woods, and soon walked alongside you on the journey. Thanks for taking me to your Sacred Place. Even more than the way surroundings embrace us, you remind us of how we are held by family and God's grace."
-KAT JACKSON, Author
"I bought your book for my kindle. I love it!!!! Just started it and don't want to go to sleep I want to keep reading."-Rhonda P.
"Sherrie Gant's journal of memories of her family's "Sacred Place" in central Oregon reminded me of my own childhood and memories I have not written for my own future generations. I found great enjoyment as I traveled with her and her family through the areas of their annual deer and elk hunt and thoroughly enjoyed the "home" they made at their deer and elk camp. My toes and fingers froze right along with hers as she patiently waited on a frozen log to flush out the game with which her family would be sustained in the coming year. I was impressed with the respect she showed for the animals they hunted, being careful to never leave a wounded elk or deer to suffer but instead would track it sometimes for hours to finish the kill. I admired the expertise she revealed in tracking, something I'm certain would take years to develop. I grieved along with her and her family in the tragic loss of a family member. The pictures I was able to view on this book's Facebook page made it come alive. Sherrie has revealed her artistic ability behind the lens of a camera as she captured the magnificence of God's creation. This is a book anyone would enjoy even if one is not a hunter."