About the Author from the Grassroots

Communication is the “food of the Gods” and we communicate when we know about each other. Please enjoy the author’s biography and platform as my “appetizer” in this meal.


Godwin-Grubbs is best known for championing controversial issues including domestic violence, rape/sexual assaults and as an independent advocate for homeless and mentally ill.

Her Greyhound Lady Walking suspense series of 12 novels features real cases fictionalized into suspense novels to protect the identities of victims, workers and locations.

Her last book, Footsteps Out of Darkness: the Annabelle Kindig Story is a non-fiction written in con-junction with Annabelle Kindig Miglia, the victim. They are supported by contributions of former Boulder County District Attorney Alex Hunter (Hers was his first case, Jon Benet Ramsey his last) and former Boulder County Sheriff, Brad Leach (Terms 1970-1990).glw10




10 Responses to About the Author from the Grassroots

  1. I just started reading… and I am HIGHLY intrigued. I can’t wait to read more and I wish it came in book form (the computer hurts my eyes!)

    • I am so pleased to know you are reading. I understand that the computer can hurt the eyes. I am on the computer for about eight hours a day. The expense of copy, pasting and printing off the articles is also expensive. The only thing I have in print is one of my novels, “The Monday NIght Flight Club” which is also on Amazon.com Kindle eBooks (I have eight up).

      If you have any questions, please let me know.

      I also remember in my computer settings, there is a way to change to brightness of the computer, and when reading I often put it up to 150% since I read so much and write so much. Thanks for “struggling through”

  2. I’m sad to hear of Jerry’s passing. I joined Beaufort Jasper Comprehensive Health shortly after he started and took over the medical division when he left. Your descriptions of him are very accurate. He was a healer with a passion, but far removed from overt emotion. I had heard he became a missionary and went to Africa. My journeys have been different, and some years ago I came to India and opened a home for orphans in Kolkata. It was, and is hard for others to understand the idealism, faith, and commitment we all shared at that time. I was thinking back on that time this evening, here in Kolkata, and Googled his name, then tried by adding missionary Africa, and found your blog post. I’m happy he had you as a friend. I hope you are still bubbly. I wake up every morning just so excited to be alive, to be with all these children. Thanks again for this memorial.

    Dr. Michelle Harrison

  3. CultFit says:

    I cannot not begin to thank you enough for stopping over and following my humble blog-o-thing! I wish you the very best, be inspired and take care!


    we are Pygmies, students beneficiaries of Dr. Jerry Galloway work in DRC, but now we face too many problems concerning the continuing of every activities led by Dr. Jerry Galloway in our country precisely in our pygmy families. Since he died on Friday, July 29th 2007, So we request your assistance on the continuing of Jerry Galloway’s activities in our country; precisely in our families.

    • I am sorry to hear of the sadness you bear without Dr.Jerry Galloway. I shall send this to the church that sponsored him to see if there is anything to be done. Thank you and you are all in my prayers.

      • My name is richard pygmies student to brother jerry galloway in Democratic Republic of Congo,Brother jerry worked with our fathers and mathers in our contrie,we loved him so much and him he liked us.That is the raison we thanhs you to this work with you do with him.Our god bless you.Our wish is the continuity of the worked to Doctor jerry in the pygmies and bantous family, that is the raisons we ask you when it possible to take contact with us and you can contacts all of partenes to jerry galloway and in togthers buld that best and wish idies to ours family.Thanks.

      • I am sending your message to Dr.Jerry Galloway’ family. His nephew Kent is writing a book about Jerry’s work there. I am happy to hear from you and to know he is honored by being remembered.

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