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12/23/2021 Walk The Burn: Beauty & True Crime Hits #1 Amazon Hot New Releases in Photo Essays and #1 in Environmental‡ Natural Resources Law

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12/23/2021 Walk The Burn: Beauty & True Crime Hits #1 Amazon Hot New Releases in Photo Essays and #1 in Environmental‡ Natural Resources Law

12/23/2021 Lisa Loucks-Christenson's Walk the Burn: Beauty & True Crime is #1 Hot New Release in Photo Essays, and Environmental & Natural Resources Law

Amazon updates these stats hourly, so this will change over time. Screenshots are below.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/new-releases/digital-text/156954011/

Updated Final cover on 12/23/2021 (It may take a day for this to populate on Amazon)  

Walk the Burn: Beauty & True Crime

Walk the Burn: Beauty & True Crime is #1 in Amazon's Hot New Releases in Photo Essays

Walk the Burn: Beauty & True Crime by Lisa Loucks-Christenson

 

12/23/2021 3:35AM

Walk the Burn: Beauty & True Crime is a:

 #1 Hot New Release in Photo Essaysa

 #1 Hot New Release in Environmental and  Natural Resources Law (books)

#1 in Natural Resource in Environmental and Natural Resources Law (Kindle)

Updated hourly by Amazon

Walk the Burn: Beauty & True Crime (Stories from the Whitewater Valley, Minnesota™ Book 1) Kindle Edition


CoyWolf Entertainment™ presents

Walk the Burn: Beauty & True Crime
A documentary recorded in the Whitewater Management Area in the former town of Beaver, Minnesota, a ghost town in Winona, County.

Written and photographed by #1 international best-selling and award-winning author, photographer and illustrator Lisa Loucks-Christenson

WALK THE BURN started as a 30-day documentary showing the daily changes following a controlled burn. A photo essay documented the actual fire and the black canvas it left behind in the ghost town I studied. It is now a wildlife refuge that superseded the former town of Beaver, Minnesota.

It’s a story about how life rises from the ashes and into a picture-perfect summer. Ironically, it became a crime and faith story about how God used it to break me into His service, transforming me into someone He could use to serve other people that were hurting deeper and broken harder than me.

 

  • Documentary
  • controlled burn documentary
  • controlled burn
  • bullies
  • Beauty & True Crime
  • Amazon #1 Hot New Release

 

"I’m Walking My Victory!™"––Lisa Loucks-Christenson

Walk the Burn: Beauty & True Crime (Stories from the Whitewater Valley, Minnesota™ Book 1) Kindle Edition


CoyWolf Entertainment™ presents

Walk the Burn: Beauty & True Crime
A documentary recorded in the Whitewater Management Area in the former town of Beaver, Minnesota, a ghost town in Winona, County.

Written and photographed by #1 international best-selling and award-winning author, photographer and illustrator Lisa Loucks-Christenson

WALK THE BURN started as a 30-day documentary showing the daily changes following a controlled burn. A photo essay documented the actual fire and the black canvas it left behind in the ghost town I studied. It is now a wildlife refuge that superseded the former town of Beaver, Minnesota.

It’s a story about how life rises from the ashes and into a picture-perfect summer. Ironically, it became a crime and faith story about how God used it to break me into His service, transforming me into someone He could use to serve other people that were hurting deeper and broken harder than me.

 

"I’m Walking My Victory!™"––Lisa Loucks-Christenson

 

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January 1, 2019, Tuesday, Year 15 Daedee & Dancer: Nod to God, Day 1

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January 1, 2019, Tuesday, Year 15 Daedee & Dancer: Nod to God, Day 1

 

By Lisa Loucks Christenson

January 01, 2019

Today I went back to work on my Struggling for Existence Documentary. This is a story told from personal observations that shares wildlife facing their challenges to live, their interactions with each other, how they cope through the seasons, man vs. nature, ethical and illegal trapping, poachers, baiting, illegal hunting and fishing. It's a documentary that I've been working on since 2005, starting with my first gift of a powder blue bullet shell casing, and over time, at least another one hundred strategically placed spent shells and bullets, countless recordings of guns going off within feet of me, weird men lingering around my vehicles, and worse. The game seemed to be to get me to report the strange incidents, discredit me in every way possible. I guess it worked, but I stand, still, knowing God saw it all.

  The shells were propped in front of my daily stops, interfering with, and changing the shots I took daily on my Walk the Burn documentary. Placed as a marker, usually before they cut the

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