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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out THE BOOK RACK in downtown Mocksville for more information!