"Andrea Raynor's engrossing memoir switchbacks the reader through the realities, passions, pettiness, lessons, disappointments, and triumphs on the way to ordination. . . . Whatever your perceptions are of the men and women who wear the collar, they will be challenged in this honest and soul searching romp."
– Lee Woodruff, author, blogger, and television personality
“When Andrea Raynor learns to look within for guidance, she truly arrives at the spiritual life which is home. I want a sequel!”
– Joan Steinau Lester, author of the novels Black, White, Other, and Mama’s Child
"In her wonderful memoir, Incognito, there is nothing disguised about the heartfelt way Andrea Raynor shares her life, faith, doubts, and unlikely path to ministry. Get ready to be inspired, entertained, disturbed, and maybe just a little changed by this refreshingly honest take on a world few get to glimpse with such clarity."
– Edward L. Beck, Faith and Religion Contributor for CNN and author of God Underneath
“A finely wrought narrative about stepping into the realm of faith. She shows us how following a hunch can lead to a life of beauty, purpose, and yes, adventure. This is an inspiring read.”
– Barbara Hall, creator and executive producer of Joan of Arcadia
"Incognito is a refreshingly candid glimpse into the sometimes mysterious and always miraculous making of a minister. . . . Sprinkled with humor and insight, it is a divinely warm and inspiring story that opens a window onto life behind the collar, and will leave you wishing for more."
– Roberta Gately, author of Lipstick in Afghanistan
"With humor and hope, Andrea Raynor takes us from the hallowed halls of Harvard to the mean streets of Boston in her journey to discover whether a leather-and-lace loving 1980s girl can heed the call to ordination. A wonderfully engrossing read."
– Sophfronia Scott, author of All I Need to Get By