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Underground Victim Mail System: Oh the stories it could and did tell. P.O. Box 1155 saved lives.


What is 12 inches long, six by four, open at one end and the other, a locked door????

Wrong. It is not the post office box, but rather an almost magical space that is safe. A space that allowed high risk victim/survivors to communicate with the assurance they can find a way to be in touch with necessary people, or still pay off debts without being traced. This can mean everything to someone who has gone underground due to domestic violence or rape/sexual assault. They had to abandon every part of their life, possibly, and indeed probably, for life. This is their one “lifeline” and for a high risk underground victim, this is life sustaining. Continue reading

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Greyhound Lady Walking; How it Became the Signature Novel of the Series.


In this signature novel of the series,  set in contemporary times, you will find the core feelings and messages of the series. Indeed, the intent of the series.  The inclusion of Jet-setting, Greyhound rescue, and intrigue and betrayal have never been more … Continue reading

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The Role and Inspiration of Greyhounds in the Greyhound Lady Walking Suspense Series; Parallels between Greyhounds and victim/survivors.


THE ROLE OF GREYHOUNDS IN THE SUSPENSE SERIES Author Joyce Godwin Grubbs first rescue:  “DEX” (Justune’s Dixie was his racing name) While the greyhounds inspired the format used to support the stories of the Greyhound Lady Walking suspense series, it … Continue reading

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Greyhound Lady Walking’s New “CHARM”ing Idea


Right out of the chute, let me say this is not a money-making scheme or fund-raiser. Think about it. There are  beautiful things forged on an anvil. They are beaten down, molded, remolded, and purified by fire to make the … Continue reading

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TO KNOW WHO YOU ARE, REMEMBER WHO YOU WERE; Every hurt, embarrassment and challenge leads you on.


 We are a sum total of every part, every experience, every hurt, joy and adventure of our lives. I challenge you to take an “inventory of your life” as I have done. Don’t be afraid to explore and admit the … Continue reading

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A series of novels to celebrate victim/ survivors, advocates, crisis line workers. and those who help them.


The Blog of Author Joyce Godwin Grubbs. THIS BLOG REFLECTS THE PERSONAL WRITINGS OF AUTHOR JOYCE GODWIN GRUBBS ABOUT HER LIFE EXPERIENCES, OPINIONS, ACHIEVEMENTS, LEGACIES, AND HER PASSIONS. IT INCLUDES POSTS ABOUT HER NOVELS AND NON-FICTION BOOKS. Finally a series of … Continue reading

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For Pepper From Salt; Time to Salute You.


This is based on an article I wrote as a freelance photo/journalist for Black History Month.  For almost 40 years I have been known to Ida as Salt and she is Pepper, and together we have been “The Salt and Pepper Team” … Continue reading

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