TYCU ebookTHINGS YOU CAN’T UN-SEE: ESSAYS is now available for pre-order! Releasing this spring.

From Amazon bestselling author Sarahbeth Caplin comes a collection of her best essays from all over the internet, including the Huffington Post, about things you can’t un-know, un-hear, or un-see once they happen: be it feminist awakenings, spiritual doubt, the effects of living with mental illness, and the normalcy of rape culture in Hollywood as well as in real life.

Funny, heartbreaking, and insightful, Caplin never minces words—or opinions.

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confessions-of-a-prodigal-daughterebookPraise for Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter:

“I discovered jewels of thought that personally ministered to me.”Amazon review

“I can’t overstate how important this book is, especially for those of us from a heritage of Protestant Christianity who really don’t know anything different…If you’re looking for a challenging read about faith identity, I highly recommend Confessions.” Lydia Thomas

“[Confessions] is a powerful story of a young woman’s controversial spiritual journey, documenting her struggle for acceptance by her family, friends, and society as a whole. It is a much needed reminder not to judge others, because you never know the whole story.”Christine Hillebrand

“Ms. Caplin is a fresh young voice who was brave to put her story out there for the whole world to read. I would recommend this book to anyone who is questioning his or her faith. Ms. Caplin is open and honest, and her only agenda is to tell her own story and to try to inspire others to open themselves up to seeking God – even if that might mean some personal challenges.”Amazon review

“[Caplin] begins with a preview of being found out by her family while in a hotel room, before rewinding to her earliest memory of Christianity. The anticipation of returning to that hotel scene kept me turning the pages.”Mark Edward


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