The Woman on the Painted Horse

Angela’s books feature women in impossible spots with impossible courage doing impossible things and empowering other women to break the chains that bind and live boldly. She started this trend in her writing with Alexandra, a woman who decided to risk her fortune, even her life, to save the lives of people around her.

She didn’t do it for acclaim. She didn’t do it to impress anyone. She did it out of the goodness of her heart and because at her core, she recognized an injustice and she couldn’t live without finding a way to make things right for people with less rights than she was allowed.

Get your copy of The Woman on the Painted Horse and meet Alexandra, a woman with a mission, a woman with courage, a woman who inspires.

 
The Woman on the Painted Horse

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About Regina Walker

I am a Jesus-girl, wife, mom, writer, sister, daughter, baker, cook, maid, teacher, business partner, farmer, and more. I am busy raising kids, and praying daily for them to be servants of Christ. I am the blessed wife of a very hard working man, together we own and operate our own business. We live on a small farm where we are learning more about sustainable living. We do our best to enjoy life, help others, and use the talents God gave us for His glory. Our goal is to teach our kids to do the same. I welcome all emails - you can reach me at perceptionsby1@gmail.com - feel free to email me anytime, just be patient in waiting for my response!
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