Local Author giving back to Hospice

Glenda Smith Walters has written travel and human interest stories for Direct Pathways of High Point, along with writing columns for The Dispatch and The Thomasville Times. After winning a contest through Xulon Press, she published her first book entitled, This Place That I Go. The author continues to pursue a career in writing, while holding the title of Volunteer Coordinator for Liberty Hospice.

 

The Place That I Go includes stories of angel experiences, visions, dreams, near-death, and answered prayers. This uplifting book makes a wonderful gift. The book also includes parables that can be ordered for framing. A portion of the proceeds go to Hospice care. The book can be purchased at: The Book Rack – Mocksville, Catherine’s Curtains – Lexington, The Depot – Dobson, Laurel Gray Vineyard – Hamptonville, The Painted Mermaid and Taylor’s Cuisine – Southport, and Amazon.com. Glenda Smith Walters can be booked for speaking engagements, book signings, and fundraising events at gswalters@hotmail.com.

 

Check out THE BOOK RACK  in downtown Mocksville for more information!