What People are Saying…

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A Forest of Doors reveals the tender heart and imprisoned mind of a former foster child, Lynnann Muse, and her journey to freedom. Lynnann’s story breaks my heart. Her experiences of neglect and abuse represent far too many people in our world today. I pray that God will use this book to bring healing, awareness, foster homes, adoptions, and abuse prevention. I’m so very thankful Lynnann wrote her story. May we all love actively because of it.”

Amy Groeschel, Life Church TV, women’s ministry leader

A Forest of Doors is really, really good. I always know when I fall in love with a book because I find myself not wanting to finish reading. Lynnann’s memoirs are beautiful, heartbreaking, and yet so exciting.”

—Kathryn Walker, Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)

A Forest of Doors takes the reader through a gamut of emotions: shock at the abuse perpetrated against innocent children, sorrow at their suffering, anger toward those who didn’t protect them, and joy at the knowledge that through it all, for the author, God worked all things together for her good. By the end of the story, I wanted to scoop up every forsaken child and bring them home with me where they would be protected.”

—Cathy Lynn Bryant, Author

A Forest of Doors left me speechless. What an incredible story and journey. Lynnann, it was refreshing to know that later in life you made a connection with your siblings and that a puppet made such a difference to you. Your God-given gift to help others in need is clear in your story of love, compassion, and understanding.”

Eddie Porter, Certified Family and Divorce Mediator


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