Parnassus Books welcomes Jeannie DuBose author of Tending the Fire: The Story of a Marriage.
What makes love endure? How do we keep the fire burning? Jeannie DuBose answers these questions by sharing an intimate look inside her marriage as she and her husband grow through junctures both bumpy and beautiful. Accompanied by original illustrations, this inspiring meditation invites you to explore the evolution of your own love, whether you’re with a longtime partner, on the precipice of new romance, or flying solo at the
moment. Read Tending the Fire and be illuminated by the eternal truth: love’s journey is not just about the blaze in the beginning, but about finding ways to ignite the flame again and again.
Jeannie DuBose is an author, illustrator, and spiritual director. As an experienced facilitator and retreat leader, Jeannie works with a variety of institutions and groups, including churches, schools, prisons, and wellness centers. A graduate of Vanderbilt University, she received a masters in counseling psychology from Georgia State University and a certificate in spiritual formation from Columbia Theological Seminary. Her private practice is located in Black Mountain, NC.
Jeannie and her husband raised their three children in Atlanta; they currently make their home in Montreat, NC. She has written and illustrated two memoirs: The Mother Daughter Dance and Tending the Fire: The Story of a Marriage. To learn more about Jeannie’s work, visit www.jeanniedubose.org.