My One-Year Memoir
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR 2024
Hi everyone! I've opened registration for the My One-Year Memoir group for 2024. If you need that extra boost of teaching, coaching, accountability, and community, I can help. Please note: registration is limited to the first 12 to sign up.
NEW! Question Girl with Susy Flory is a safe space to ask questions, learn, and discuss the Bible and the women who helped build the early Church.
Susy Flory is your host and chief Question Girl, equipped with a newly minted degree in New Testament from Northern Seminary, and working on a doctorate in Women, Theology and Leadership. And she has as many questions about theology for women as ever
Learn, grow, ask questions and find community. It's FREE!
Susy's new book is
The True Story of an Irish Village,
a Man Who Lost His Way,
and the Rescue Donkeys That Led Him Home
For decades, Patrick's mom and dad rescued lost and forgotten donkeys in the Irish countryside, never knowing that one day, the donkeys would rescue their son. Sanctuary is the remarkable true story of how faith turned one lost man's life around with the help of the rescue animals who loved him. It's an antidote to despair and a call to hope, revealing the beauty and wonder of Ireland as you've never seen it before.
Click here to find out more about Sanctuary!
My mom was an Irish storyteller ...
... and I grew up listening to her stories about growing up in the Ozarks (sometimes just a wee bit embellished) and found myself holding my breath, waiting for the mountaintop moment. It always came.
I think I inherited the storytelling gene but with ink and paper. Books are my first language and I live and breathe words and stories. I started out writing in the newspaper business with a tough old one-legged cigar-smoking editor who pounded out stories on an Underwood typewriter.
I graduated to freelance articles, then books. I've written 16 and I feel like I'm just getting started! I love reading and writing stories about unforgettable people who are living lives of adventure, courage, hope, redemption, and transformation.
Recently, I've been studying women writers and communicators in the ancient world and their contributions to the writing of the Scriptures.