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Grace Hournbuckle Walker’s Book “Now I Can Think Myself to Mars” Will Be Displayed at the 2023 LibLearnX

Grace Hournbuckle Walker offers insights and encourages readers in their faith in God through her creative memorial for her son.

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Catch Grace Hournbuckle’s book display at LibLearnX: The Library Learning Experience.

The Christian poetry memoir “Now I Can Think Myself to Mars: A Son’s Final Goodbye, A Mother’s Journal of Renewal” by Grace Hournbuckle Walker will be displayed by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the 2023 LibLearnX: The Library Learning Experience on January 27–30, 2023, at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA.

Grace Hournbuckle Walker’s final conversation with her eight-year-old son Nathan was filled with joyful hope and anticipation of eternal life with Jesus. Grace was moved by their profound dialogue to pen poetry and letters that reflected the faith in God that she and her son had come to share.

This collection of essays serves as a time capsule that transports the reader from the conversation’s inception decades ago to the present day. Readers will experience a mother’s journey of loss and regeneration and a boy’s profound and unwavering faith in God’s grace as they read these words.

Join readers who want to experience a good read. Get a copy of “Now I Can Think Myself to Mars: A Son’s Final Goodbye, A Mother’s Journal of Renewal” by Grace Hournbuckle Walker today on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Also, check out the author’s website at

Now I Can Think Myself to Mars: A Son’s Final Goodbye, A Mother’s Journal of Renewal
Author | Grace Hournbuckle Walker
Genre | Christian Poetry, Memoir
Publisher | iUniverse
Published date | June 3, 2016


The author is retired after thirty-four years as a nurse practitioner, certified in family and psychiatric, and mental health practice. She has a BSN from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, an MSN from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, and a postgraduate certificate from the University of Cincinnati. During her last twelve years of practice, she specialized in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Concurrently, the author served on the University of Cincinnati faculty in family and psychiatric nurse practitioner programs during her last twenty years of practice. The author has been writing for many years about events or observations in her daily life. She also enjoys photographing her surroundings, mostly the flowers in her garden. She is a Christ follower with interest in introducing others to a joyful hope filled future with Christ as well as encouraging other Christ followers. Her writings include scriptural references in a format that can be used for personal or small-group devotions.

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 Now I Can Think Myself
 Grace Hournbuckle Walker
 Christian Prose, Memoir

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