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Nite Line (Taylors, SC) 6/16/15

Your Carolina with Jack and Kimberly (Greenville, SC) 2/10/12

Your Carolina 10/10/12

Communicating Today (Fairfax, VA) 3/12/12 

WordWorks International (Philadelphia, PA) 12/6/12

The Christian Interviewer (Los Angeles, CA) 8/23/13

Game Changers (Atlanta, GA) 8/22/15 (begin at the 30:00 mark)

Union Daily Times (Union, South Carolina)
     December 12th, 2015
     June 26th, 2015

Spartanburg Herald-Journal (Spartanburg, South Carolina)
     November 7th, 2009
     July 23rd, 2010
     January 8th, 2011
     September 10th, 2011

The Baptist Courier (South Carolina Baptist Convention Newsletter)
     July 2010
     September 2011
     May 2014
     December 2015

The Fundamentalist (World Baptist Fellowship Newsletter, p.13)
     December 19th, 2009

The West Orange Times (Orange County, Florida)
     November 4th, 2009
     November 9th, 2011

New York Daily News (New York, New York)

MamaNYC blog

MEND Newsletter (Mommies Enduring Neonatal Death)
     September 2011

Journey Through Grief Newsletter 

Clever Housewife Blog

Beautiful Feet Blog

Greenville.com Article

C.S. Dorsey Blog

You Gotta Read Reviews Blog

Create 4 Christ blog

Fiction Addiction Newsletter (Greenville, South Carolina)

King's Daughter blog (United Kingdom)

Melina the Reader book reviews

Behind Every Story blog

The Coffee Addicted Writer

Journey Christian News

Westbow Press blog


   


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