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Jericha Kingston

JerichaSmilingJericha Kingston–tomboy gone rogue–loves the visual, performing, and literary arts. A Georgia native, she’s comfortable in the solitude of the woods, or singing and acting before audiences.

Her heart was stolen at age 16, and it’s never been returned. She and her husband have been married for a quarter of a century, and they have two sons. She warns mothers of young children: rewards for surviving teenagers include higher insurance premiums, college tuition, and possibly, legal fees. Her inner tomboy refuses to be ousted, so Jericha appeases her by fishing, camping, and hiking with her Australian Cattle Dog.

jericha redJericha creates fresh, relatable characters who struggle against impervious odds. She’s the winner of the 2015 Prompt Response Contest, the 2013 Touched by Love Award contest (Short Contemporary), the 2nd place winner in the 2013 Laurie contest (Inspirational), and a Finalist in the 2012 and 2013 ACFW First Impressions contest (Historical and Romance). Jericha’s book, Waiting for Lily Bloom, released in 2014 from Pelican Book Group.

 

WaitingForLilyBloom_w11738_1K.225x225-75 You can contact Jericha here:
www.facebook.com/jericha.kingston
www.twitter.com/JerichaKingston

 

17 responses to “Jericha Kingston

  1. Laurie Frazier Harrison

    August 31, 2014 at 8:38 am

    I’m a native of Georgia also and love to support our local authors so I will be digging in and reading some of your work. I can’t wait. Feel free to stop by my Purposely Positive blog where I write to encourage others going through their own personal trials. God has, and is, helping me through a journey after a disabling accident and I want to share all the ways He is not only bringing me through this but making me a better person too. I look forward to reading through some more of the post here.

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    • Quid Pro Quills

      September 2, 2014 at 7:49 am

      Hi, Laurie! Thanks so much for reaching out to us here at the Quid Pro Quills! I’m encouraged by the ministry God has placed in your hands. Physical challenges somehow bring much fruit out of Christians. I speak from experience. By His grace, I survived a life-threatening illness. May He be glorified in our lives and writing!

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      • Laurie Frazier Harrison

        September 4, 2014 at 7:17 am

        Amen! I hope you are doing better now. Seems when we go through things like this though, there is always a part of it that stays with us. Maybe that’s how it should be. A good reminder to always remember who He is and what He will bring us through.

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  2. Jericha Kingston (@JerichaKingston)

    September 5, 2014 at 9:56 pm

    Thank you, and YES, I give God the glory for healing me. And I agree, “It is good that I had been afflicted, that I might learn Your statutes.” There is none like Him! Praising Him with you, Laurie!

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