Distracted by college mania and done in by massage clients, Corinna Craft escapes to Virginia’s backwoods where she rediscovers nature as an open-air cathedral and tonic for the soul. By day she tromps through timberland, crests mountains and paddles rivers, fraternizing with soft frontiersmen and righteous rangers along the way. By night she cozies in cabins, braising herself by the fire, and browses journal entries of former occupantsmany happy couples. All is well with her move-on personality until Corinna has a blow-out with God Almighty about her solo status. She punts a bundle of firewood and fist sasses God. Uh oh. Ice the big toe; coo the wiley woe; crush the inner No, and Go girl, Go! Cabin Journals is an upbeat story about a female trekker’s parallel journey through historic Virginia backwoods and the alcoves of her own heart. This travelogue is a charming patchwork quilt of outdoor adventure and Virginia culture wrapped around a warm body of important matters like inner healing, divorce recovery, restoring primary relationships, overcoming offense toward God, grace for unfulfilled desires, living single, weaning off addictions, and other issues of the faith. The author, Corinna Craft, boasts in nothing but the God of spiritual makeovers. All-American pagan turned Jesus junkie, Corinna was half-allured, half-tricked by the God of impossible reversals to leave her personal wilderness and enter the unlikely Door of Hope. Former showgirl and college instructor; ivy league graduate, juris doctor and masseuse, Corinna counts all things double dung compared to Christ. Corinna has sampled the world’s smorgasbord of eastern mysticism and the occult, recreational drugs and sexploits, higher education and self-actualization, and found it all grossly wanting. She knows first-hand that God alone regenerates the troubled soul that gnaws on itself.