The Transformation Project -- West Michigan Word Weaver Anthology

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We call ourselves Word Weavers. You can find people like us all over the globe or online at, but our group happens to congregate in West Michigan.

The threads that tie us together are few but strong. We love God. We love words. We have something to say. And, for this collection of work, we have examined some of the greater moments of transformation in our own lives. More

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Review by: Anne Peterson on Dec. 2, 2013 : (no rating)
The Transformation Project was a full course meal. It provided stories that captivated you, stories of real people in real life. Just when I sighed thinking, "that was good," I'd go onto the next one and find the same satisfaction. This is a book worth reading that will give you hope that God sustains us. You will read story after story of dependence on God. Stories of strength and hope. Knowing a couple of the writers made it fun to see what they had been up to at their keyboards, but each story read was of deep value.

Transformation is God working in our lives. And though the process is designed by Him and executed by Him still it looks different for each of us in life. Why? Because we are each unique individuals. I thoroughly enjoyed this anthology. Thoroughly.

Note: I received a copy of this anthology in exchange for an honest review.

Five star review.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: Denise Vredevoogd on Dec. 1, 2013 : (no rating)
Everyone will find a story they can relate to in this widely varied collection of creative short stories, science fiction, personal essays and memoirs. I enjoyed being able to read a few at a time and then reflect on times of transformation in my own life. This is a book that will encourage you, make you think, and maybe help you with whatever changes you might be going through yourself.
Thank you to the authors for being a witness to God's healing and redeeming work and for sharing their stories with us.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Review by: Cindy Cleaver on Dec. 1, 2013 :
Some achieve transformation by taking deliberate steps, small or large, toward their goals. A sudden realization, prompting, or change in belief was the way God led them.

Others have transformation thrust upon them through the events which no logic would describe as good. Yet the authors show us how God transformed lives through circumstances

The writers who make up West Michigan Word Weavers took on the project of demonstrating transformation, both in fiction and in memoir, and this anthology is the result of that effort. I enjoyed this book immensely.

I urge you to read this book. May your faith will be strengthened as you look back at God's transforming work in your life. Or maybe by faith, you will take the next transforming steps in your life. Maybe both.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Review by: Diana Geisel on Dec. 1, 2013 :
I loved reading both the memoirs and the fiction pieces in this anthology. I laughed and I cried. I felt the pain and loss with some and enojoyed traveling with others into a world of make believe and what if! I love that there were so many wonderful ways that transformation can be seen and experienced thorugh the lives and words of the authors who contributed. These were words well weaved from the fabric of regular lives like ours. It is well worth the read. What a great idea for a project.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
Review by: Kittye Sharron on Nov. 28, 2013 :
Hope for a hurting world is found in The Transformation Project; an enjoyable journey which offers something for everyone. This refreshingly good, clean book is packed with adventure, surrounded by battles of life via heart-warming and engaging tales that will renew your mind. Tranquility and contentment reside in these inspirational accounts whereby long standing promises are revealed.

A myriad of writings have been compiled and uniquely presented by these like-minded authors as they walk you through their own experiences of what it means to be transformed. Each puts a different spin on their individual interpretations which are reassuring, satisfying and surprising. West Michigan Word Weavers put their thoughts together and did an outstanding job. The Transformation Project deserves 5 stars! *****

Kittye Sharron, Author
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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