About the Author:
"Someday, honey, we'll visit the beautiful places along the Mississippi River where Tom Sawyer lived," my Mom said as she braided my black hair while seated outside in the back of our old home in Bolivia. I was only 12 when her dreams came true. In 1964 my family and I emigrated from Bolivia and St. Louis, Missouri, became our new home.
Wonder and prosperity filled Janet's new life. Her name on the honor roll and popularity with boys traced memories of her school years. And after graduating from college, she married her blue-eyed gringo. Three beautiful sons completed the family and promises of joy painted the horizon.
But instead of joy, her world crumbled--at 31 years of age--complete blindness, financial devastation and years later, the murder of her youngest son. The world brought gloom, but Christ brought grace and freedom from despair. Today, she writes without sight, but with insight…
When women in the Bible faced tribulations and trials, they sought God’s grace. Simply Salsa illustrates how that same grace offers today’s women the opportunity to:
- Leave the ugly past behind and look to a fresh tomorrow
- Find peace and increased faith as you wait for answers to prayer
- Embrace God’s comfort to conquer sorrow and disappointment
You can visit Janet's website here: www.janetperezeckles.com