The End of An Era — Last Chance for Autographed Books

My sisters and I have made the hard decision to shut down, the one source where you could buy autographed and personalized copies of my books. With us living 2000 miles apart, it’s just too hard to keep it going with the personalized touch that we all so value.

So is selling out its existing stock of books and gifts before Christmas in order to give you a chance to purchase signed copies for yourself or as gifts. I can’t tell you what books they have available, but I know their stock is limited, and getting more limited every day.

I will continue writing and speaking. But the close relationship so many of you have had with Carole and Anne will, sadly, be coming to an end. I love my sisters dearly and they have done wonderful work in keeping us all connected in a way that is rare for authors and their readers. I consider you all family and look forward to keeping the special human bond we have developed over the years. You can always write me through my website, But if you want autographed books, you should get them now. Shed a quiet tear for its passing, then go to before it closes its cyber doors. It has been a good run.

Autographed Books

11 thoughts on “The End of An Era — Last Chance for Autographed Books”

  1. Rodney Noel Saunders

    Graciously you signed all of ours when you were here. Thank you very much. I suspect it is difficult to end an era such as this. Thank you for being who you are and doing what you have done and what you do.

    Rodney Noel Saunders

  2. I ordered a autographed copy of ‘To Walk The Red Road’ on the website a couple years ago and shortly after the order went through I got an e-mail saying that it would be silly to pay shipping on the order as I live about a mile away and I could just pick it up. I was surprised when I did as I had been by the house many times and had brought my children by to look at the sculptures in the yard when they were young. I do shed a tear for the end of an era but look forward to your future posts and works.

  3. Thank you so much for your work. It has given me a deeper perspective I could have used in my late thirties when I had two, all two brief, Native teachers and healers. They led to my digging into a more honest historical context for all I did not know at the time. Wishing you and your sisters health and peace.

  4. Hey Kent. I ordered Dancing with the Gods weeks ago and have been reading only one chapter daily to stretch it out. As the cover says, it just might be the most inspiring book for the year. I say ditto. I first came across your writing years ago after a friend badgered me for months to read Neither Wolf nor Dog. I finally did along with the other two books in that ‘trilogy’. I’ve recommended Letters to My Son to scores of clients/dads. THANK YOU for your writings, they have blessed me tremendously. I’ve had a deep appreciation for Native Americans and their culture, particularly the Navajo and Hopi. Northern NM and AZ are my go to places for regaining sanity. Love your transparency and style. Keep at it brother.

  5. Would love it if you’d write a review on Amazon, but post it under the new edition of the book, now titled The Artist’s Journey. We made the change for the American market because a metaphoric title didn’t fit with the various tracking and sweeping systems of Amazon (Don’t ask me; I don’t understand it). Other than the title, it is exactly the same book. I’m thrilled that you are enjoying it, along with my other books. Folks like you keep me writing.

  6. Himanshu Tiwari

    Dear Kent,

    I bought some of your books from in the past. Its sad to see it end.

    On another note: Its been a week since the Thanksgiving holiday and as was predictable the covid case and death rates are accelerating> The column below lays out the fatal stupidity of millions of people in the US:
    America’s Nightmare Covid Scenario is Coming True — All Over Again
    Millions Ignored the Warnings — Now America Faces a Long, Brutal Covid Winter
    Excerpts: “I like Thanksgiving. I love spending time with the family. The holidays are important to me. But I’m also not a stubborn fool, like too many Americans. I can understand that this is not a normal year, and maybe sacrifices have to be made. You probably can understand that, too.
    So those millions of American Idiots did what they were always going to. Not listen to a word. Do whatever they damned well pleased. Hey, that’s freedom, after all. Don’t tread on me!! I have the right to be as ignorant, stupid, and selfish as I want to be!!”
    It’s going to be a brutal winter in America. A season of death, illness, suffering, and disease. A plague winter, where death’s glittering scythe slashes savagely across the land, cutting down life after life, too soon, too fast, without mercy. Take a moment to thank some of your fellow Americans — there are (really) no people more thoughtless, careless, and selfish in all the world than America’s idiots, people so foolish, cruel, deluded, ignorant, and oblivious they’ve made a pandemic explode over and over and over again now.”

    Below are some quotes relevant to the US:

    “There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there has always been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.”
    — Isaac Asimov

    “Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.”
    — Martin Luther King Jr.

    “We’ve arranged a civilization in which most crucial elements profoundly depend on science and technology. We have also arranged things so that almost no one understands science and technology. This is a prescription for disaster. We might get away with it for a while, but sooner or later this combustible mixture of ignorance and power is going to blow up in our faces.”
    — Carl Sagan


  7. As always, Himanshu’s post is a look into the dark corners of our American reality. I appreciate it, because I share some of the pessimism he expresses. We are a culture that too easily lets our celebration of individualism and freedom devolve into a juvenile selfishness. And if the chickens aren’t yet coming home to roost, we can hear them squawking loudly in the distance.

  8. Dear Kent,
    I cannot express the amount of gratitude my heart holds for you by writing your book, “Neither Wolf Nor Dog.”
    I have read it over and over again through the years and each time I read it, I feel my spirit can understand more and more about human suffering, spiritual suffering and the power of the spirit that resides in our humanism.
    I also feel hope as your story always reminds me how powerful, timely and healing formless energies can be.
    Your books are alive with spirit and love. Thank you. I hope to be able tomeet you one day.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Scroll to Top