"I just finished your book which took me just a couple days to read with every spare moment I had. I still have goose bumps and tears in my eyes. I hope your book reaches many and you continue to be blessed in your life. I look forward to the sequel. I feel as though I know you. Throughout the book I hurt for you, I laughed with you and I cried with you and rejoiced. You opened an honest world to me. I believe you to be an amazing woman." --Amy Erickson, Author of "I Survived Another Day In Preston, Idaho"
"This book is a must read for this generation and all ages. It touches the inner life and heart of what I believe today's young people in and out of the church are going through. I used it to reach my radio audience for I felt parents, grandparents, teens and youth needed to hear from one of their own. Thank God for Beverly." --Joseph Manuel, WSSD RADIO 88.1 FM CHICAGO, Immanuel Music Mgt.
About the Author
Beverly graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Communications from Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia. In July 2005, she began writing Confessions of a Church Girl as a means of personal healing. Soon after, she discovered this writing would ultimately change lives. Beverly earned a Master of Arts in Social Justice & Community Development from Loyola University Chicago. An award-winning journalist, she travels the country discussing addiction, rape, and creative writing with youth and women.