Tag Archives: Daughters of Hope

21st Century Abolitionist

Tweet *** Some of you said you’ve had trouble accessing this link.  I changed to a different one.  Please check again.  You will need to enter your email address and create a  password to get in.  My segment is the … Continue reading

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Love, Eat, Pray…Really

Tweet Nope, this isn’t about a book of my travels.  Or anyone else’s, for that matter.  This is real life. According to a new report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1.2 billion tons of food gets thrown away each … Continue reading

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What Can One Person Do? Ask Miriam Sarzotti~

Tweet Great things about writers, conferences:  we learn, we share, we network, we gather ideas, we meet new people.  One of the people I met at Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference last spring was Miriam Sarzotti.  I invited Miriam to … Continue reading

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The Girl in the Pinned-Together Blue Dress

Tweet Now, during National Slavery and Trafficking Awareness Month (January), many radio shows invite me to do interviews. And with each one, the interviewer says, “Tell us a story that will help us understand.” Good idea. May I share a … Continue reading

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To Write is to Care

Tweet What an exciting rollercoaster ride!  Am I in Africa or India or the USA?  Is it back in history or today? As I prepare for the February 1 release of The Triumph of Grace, book 3 of the Grace … Continue reading

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If Only They Could Eat Cake

Tweet I like history.  During the summer of 2001, I read several books about Marie Antoinette, of French Revolution “let them eat cake” fame (which she probably never said, by the way).  Poor Marie really gets a bum rap.  She tried … Continue reading

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