Janice Strubbe Wittenberg
Janice Strubbe Wittenberg is delighted to share her award winning novel, The Worship of Walker Judson. It's a story of a healer-gone-bad, and a young woman who's unquestioning faith in him gets torn asunder. Additionally, she's written, The Rebellious Body: Reclaim Your Life from Environmental Illness or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Plenum Publishers, 1996), and has co-authored the forthcoming book, My Husband is Under There Somewhere, an investigation into the psycho-spiritual aspects of obsessive compulsive hoarding.
For over thirty years, she's worked as a registered nurse for Santa Cruz County Mental Health, twenty years of them spent as crisis outreach to at risk older adults. Additionally, she's been a health educator and freelance writer with a focus on alternative health matters. In the past, she worked at the Menninger Foundation in Topeka, Kansas, served on Hospice of Santa Cruz County's Board of Directors. Today she lives in Aptos, California with hubby, John, her adorable flock of chickens, two eccentric cats, and her beehives. When she has a spare minute, she plans to master watercolor painting
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The Worship of Walker Judson
by Janice Strubbe Wittenberg
A Divine Read!
This tale, about Walker Judson, a charismatic healer, gone-bad, and the adoring young acolyte who entrusts him with her life, examines the abuse of power and why followers so eagerly relinquish their own.
So, is Walker Judson truly a healer-gone-bad or a saintly soul whose paranormal talents are misunderstood?
You, the reader, must decide.
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