Books of the Week: Holy Innocents’ celebrates three faculty authors

Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School community is proud to announce that three faculty members have published books this year.

Director of Enrollment Management Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright has completed her latest title, “DIGNITY: Seven Strategies for Creating Authentic Community.” This is her fifth book. Wright has written about developing the courage for transformation and change, in our communities, our institutions and in our lives in authentic ways. All are invited to her virtual book launch here on the evening of Oct. 1. 

Her latest book, as well as the other four, provide inspiration not only in the work force, but in regard to life in general.

Coach Dunn Neugebauer has released his third book; this one is entitled “Wits, Wisdoms, and Wonders for Navigating This Thing Called Life.” Written in a “Life’s Little Instruction Book” style, it was inspired by writing notes to graduating seniors regarding life advice before ‘taking on the world.’

His previous books “Funny Conversations with God – an Uncalled Dialogue” and “Rock Bottom Then Up Again” were also both big hits in the community and at large. “Wits, Wisdoms, and Wonders” can be found here.

Upper School English Department Chair Dr. Christopher Swann will launch his second novel, “Never Turn Back,” on Oct. 6. Two years ago, “Shadow of the Lions” was released to local and national acclaim. Dr. Swann was nominated for several Georgia awards and both his works can be found in bookstores. His latest title is also a mystery and, like the first one, will leave the reader in suspense until the final chapters. More information is available here.

Congratulations to all!