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About Beverly Varnado
Award winning author, Beverly Varnado, is a novelist, screenwriter, and blogger. She has two books releasing in 2018, a nonfiction, Faith in the Fashion District and a novel, The Key to Everything. She has also written Give My Love to the Chestnut Trees which was a semifinalist in Christian Writers Guild Operation First Novel, and Home to Currahee.
Her work is included in several anthologies including the recently released, Christmas Moments and Short and Sweet series. Her screenplays have been finalists for both the Kairos Prize and the Gideon Film Festival Competition. She currently has a screenplay in pre-production with Elevating Entertainment.
She lives in Georgia with her family and a chocolate aussiedor named Lucy who is outnumbered by several cats.
Learn more at www.BeverlyVarnado.com or visit her weekly blog, OneRingingBell.blogspot.com.
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and screenplays. But in her first act as a department store buyer, she strode New York’s Seventh
Avenue searching for the next fashion trend and wearing out an endless parade of high heels.
Having recently surrendered her life to God, Beverly found the fashion district an unusual proving ground for her faith, but then she discovered fashionistas in the Bible who provided role models.
In her garment industry adventures, Beverly dined at the city’s most iconic restaurants, became stuck in a maniacal elevator, and oh, my. . . who is that emerging from First Class?
Each of Beverly’s sometimes-humorous stories carries a message of encouragement. In what could seem a spiritually devoid and superficial world, God made his presence known to Beverly using her circumstances to launch what became a lifetime in ministry.
No matter where you find yourself vocationally, learn how God can use your situation to accomplish greater things than you can possibly imagine.
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A story of faith and humor, the characters of Home to Currahee will win your heart.
“A genuine slice of Southern life, chocked full of heartache
and healing – with a side of humor.”
— Marion Bond West, Author
Contributing Editor, Guideposts
Beverly Varnado is a novelist, screenwriter, and blogger who lives in North Georgia with her family. She has also written Give My Love to the Chestnut Trees which was one of ten semifinalists in Christian Writers Guild Operation First Novel. Her screenplays have been finalists for both the Kairos Prize and the Gideon Film Festival Competition. She currently has a screenplay in pre-production with Elevating Entertainment.