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New Book Release Helps Support Rock the Red Pump Project.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Many of you know that my daughter Ashley Michelle passed away on May 27th, 2013 with AIDS related complications. After her death, I went though a very long, painful period of darkness. The Lord brought me out of my darkness into the light ans showed me how to dance in the storms. Through all of my pain and anguish, I sat down over a year ago and started writing a grief devotional. The book will be available May 16th after a very long journey. Many of you also know how passionate I am about supporting AIDS causes. One particular cause I have support is Rock the Red Pump.

Also, I am supporting a new cause with the release of the book.  

AIDS Memorial Quilt: The Names Project

 I have been supporting this cause since 2011 on my blog. The Red Pump Project® is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate women and girls of color about HIV through bold programming and digital initiatives. I strongly believe all women should be educated about HIV. My daughter Ashley contracted HIV when she was 18 and refused to take her medicine. Over the next 9 years, she became sicker and sicker until she died. Dancing through the Storms 365 Day Devotional-Surviving the Loss of a Child was written in her memory. When the book is released on May 16th, it will be available on Amazon for $14.99. However, I am going to offer autograph copies through my blog and website as well for $21 which includes S & H. If you purchase directly from me through PayPal, $5 of every purchase will help fund Rock the Red Pump. and the 
AIDS Memorial Quilt: The Names Project  collectively. 


  1. It sounds quite cathartic for you.

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