Books by Rosalie T. Turner
March With Me
This book takes us beyond the Children's March and the Civil Rights Movement to understand what life was like for blacks and whites in the very separate south and bring us to understand what is needed for true reconciliation.
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Cypress Creek Publishing; Historic fiction; Adult audience; Paperback and Kindle
Sisters of Valor
This book tells the story of four wives whose husbands are serving in Vietnam at the same time in 1967-'68 (as the author's did). Sisters of Valor brings those turbulent times to the reader from the unusual viewpoint of the service wife. It is a book club selection for Army Wife Network, and is on the suggested reading list for the Vietnam War course taught at Texas Tech University, where the largest archives of the Vietnam War are held. Sisters of Valor recently received the Military Writers Society of America Bronze Award for Fiction.
Cypress Creek Publishing; Historic fiction; Adult audience; Paperback, Espresso POD, eBook and Kindle
An award-winning novel based on the amazing life of Anna Kingsley, born of royal blood in Senegal in 1793, captured during a tribal raid at the age of thirteen, and brought as a slave to Spanish East Florida. Freedom Bound is required reading for a history course at Texas Tech University. Rosalie was invited to speak about her book at the Birmingham, AL Civil Rights Museum, at UNC-Chapel Hill for a forum on Race and Gender, and at Texas Tech University, among other places.
Seasons of Harvest Press; Historic fiction; Adult audience; Paperback
Beyond the Dream
We all start with dreams of the future, but then life happens, and things are often not as we envisioned them. What do we do then? In Beyond the Dream, Kathleen O'Neill shows us what one courageous woman finds that helps her deal with life's turmoils. We follow her from her roots in Ireland in the early 1800's across the ocean when she meets and marries Joseph Harrison. Kathleen struggles to find her strength through family, faith, and her strong sense of place, and provides a lesson for all of us in what she learns.
CreateSpace; Adult audience; Paperback and Kindle
Going to the Mountain:
Lessons for Life's Journey
This is a book for inspirational reflection, either for an individual or a small group study. It is used by the Stephen Ministry in Texas as a resource book.
Wine Press; Non-fiction; Small group study; Paperback
My Very Own Book of the Lord's Prayer
This non-fiction book explains the Lord's Prayer to children.
Abingdon Press; Non-fiction; Young audience; Out of print