Misha Crews

Love stories about old houses and family secrets.

Malcolm R. Campbell worked many years as a college journalism instructor, corporate communications director, technical writer and grant writer for many years.  His articles have appeared in Nostalgia Magazine, Nonprofit World, The Rosicrucian Digest, Quill & Scroll, Training and Development Journal and the former Atlanta Journal-Constitution Sunday magazine.   I know you’ll love his third novel, Garden of Heaven: An Odyssey – this week’s Great Read!

When nineteen-year-old David Ward climbs the sacred mountain Nináistuko seeking a vision, the golden eagle of earth flings him back onto the prairie and the black horse of dreams shows him the future. Though his eyes are opened, fate hides exactly what he needs to know. The spiritual journey that follows leads him through the mountains of Pakistan, the swamps of North Florida, the beaches of Hawaii, the waters of the South China Sea and the ivy-covered halls of an Illinois college as he attempts to sort out the shattered puzzle of his life.

What do reviewers say?

Garden of Heaven is a thought provoking novel, recommended, FIVE STARS.” – Midwest Book Review

Check out Malcolm’s website to read more!

Or visit Malcolm’s blog!

Buy Garden of Heaven today on Omni-Lit!


3 thoughts on “Great Reads Monday – Garden of Heaven: An Odyssey by Malcolm R. Campbell

  1. Sun Singer says:

    Howdy Misha,

    Thank you for featuring GARDEN OF HEAVEN on “Great Reads Monday.” I hope you had a great Christmas.



  2. Misha Crews says:

    My pleasure, Malcolm! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas, too! 🙂


  3. Sun Singer says:

    The snow made it better than ever.



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