Find Me Elsewhere…

A gentle nudge from my spectacular agent, Vanessa Grossett, of The Author’s Care Services, Ltd. has prompted this post.

A few years ago, I sat down to drivel a few words at a time on this virtual page. The first couple hundred posts served mainly to fan the flames of my life-long desire to write, and to write well and to write for Jesus and to write to be read.

It’s been a slow process, perhaps because I’m reticent to take many risks, but eventually, I took a few classes, polished my writing, learned how to manage a blog and as I was faithful with this tiny speck of cyberspace, God brought readers. Then, I joined FaithWriters, and through them discovered numerous outlets for these words smoldering in my heart.

Now, I have authored 2 books, one a memoir, The Predatory Lies of Anorexia: A Survivor’s Story, and a 6-week, in-depth Bible study, Beyond Belief: Jesus Saved You, Now What?, due out on June 3, 2015.

Online and in print I have written for:

Inspired Woman Magazine

Devotion Girl 

My Daily Armor

Start Marriage Right (a Moody Ministries Website)

Book Reviews for Multnomah Press and Moody Publishers

She Loves Magazine 

Believer Life


‘Tween Girls and God

WHOA Woman

Additionally, God has broken open the doors of Heaven and blessed me with a new avenue in which to serve Him in the writing world.

I am the senior editor for:

“Who am I, Sovereign Lord, and what is my family, that you have brought me this far?”

I say this now with David! Indeed, who am I? My Father has taken my writing beyond my dreams – beyond the tear-splotched pages of my journals, beyond sappy poetry in birthday cards, beyond Predatory-Lies, beyond … and then given me more.



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