Swinging on the Garden Gate
Swinging on the Garden Gate explores bisexuality as a creative expression of God and examines the ways in which the spirit resides in the world.
When I was exploring my sexuality/identity, your book about being Christian and bisexual was the only book in the whole wide world that I found for that voice.Tess in New Zealand
thought-provoking and informative…all bisexual young people should read this. Amazon reviewerAmazon reviewer
Andrew skillfully and seamlessly weaves the threads of spirituality, sexuality and the creative process out of the compelling events of her life. The spark of spirit she finds embedded in her body she also discovers throughout the solid matter of life — in childhood, in nature, in encounters with death and loss and wild growth. Her exploration of the sacred is vivid, fresh, and grounded in the details of ordinary days.
Every now and then it’s good to read something real, something raw, that is full of revelation and change. The author held my hand and said, “You can do anything, let me show you how it’s done.” And when I thought there couldn’t possibly be more to love here, I turned the page and together we walked through another door. I adored this and can’t wait to dig into her other books.Amazon reviewer