Tag Archives: Louisiana
Rod, my husband, and I arrived late. Exhibitor’s Row at the Louisiana Book Festival was already filled with people. Last year, the festival started at 9 am. The winds were strong; temperature set at freezing and scarcely a soul on … Continue reading
Author Christa Allan talks about her writing, retirement from teaching High School English and future works at the Southern Christian Writers Guild, Mandeville, Louisiana. Christa is the author of Dancing on Broken Glass, Edge of Grace, and Love Finds You … Continue reading
I’ve had Pastor Peggy Ratliff’s story in my laptop for a long time. So long, I met her at a grocery store a few months ago and didn’t remember her. To jar my memory, she said I had interviewed her. … Continue reading
Missionary Ken Landiault uses scary magic to teach children at Hosanna Church, Marrero, Louisiana.
Melody Bonnette-Swang gives advice to aspiring writers at the Southern Christian Writers Guild, Mandeville, Louisiana. Education plays an important role in Melody Bonnette-Swang’s life. The Mandeville, Louisiana resident is a history teacher, serves as director of broadcasting for the St. … Continue reading
Jean Trufant Harvey introduces Jean De Dieu Musabyimana who shares how he survived the Rwandan Genocide when he was eleven years old.