the author

                    Connie Galica Cartisano
                    is both a Christian and
                    an anthropologist. With a B.S. in Biology, she completed her M.A. and Ph.D. in Medical Anthropology at the University of Connecticut, conducting field research in northeast Brazil. She also spent time as a student missionary in the rural mountains of north central Mexico.
    Her first novel, The Image of the Invisible, was published in March 2011.
    Dr. Cartisano is a speaker and retreat planner.
    She lives with her husband, three children and no cats in New Jersey.
    Her second novel is a work in progress.

Ever wonder what the angels thought
their king was doing when he created
the heavens and the earth?
   Putting together a new kind of being, that’s what. In a unique living exhibit: a three-dimensional universe of time and space.
   And that’s where the trouble began.
   Had the king left well enough alone, as Lucifer was fond of saying, things might have turned out differently.
   But then, the king of heaven was never one for leaving things alone.

His intent was that now, through the church, the manifold wisdom of God should be made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly realms, according to his eternal purpose which he accomplished in Jesus Christ our Lord.    
                                                                                                                                  -- Ephesians 3.10-11

Connie J. Cartisano
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Works in Progress:
Book II:  Eyes to See.
Book III: Ears to Hear.

Not much blogging until they're done.
news and updates
It's here: A book review for Image of the Invisible by Nikole Hahn.