Thankful for new readers

Meredith Etc brochure JPEG frontMeredith Etc brochure JPEG pg 2Meredith Etc authors are thankful for new readers who purchased Mary’s Story & Song, Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum, Everlasting Love Poems, James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him, My Brother J-Boy, and Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant yesterday at Tougaloo College during the Veterans of Mississippi Civil Rights Movement’s “Jimmie Travis Civil Rights Legacy Symposium Series” March 29 – April 2, 2017.

Amazon Review “Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant”

5.0 out of 5 stars Two tall tales, a religious perspective, a good read!, March 29, 2017
This review is from: Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant: (black & white) (Paperback)
“Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant” by twin sisters Loretha Wallace and Loretta Wallace Ellis includes two powerful short stories and a collection of illustrated poems and prose. The tale “Rich Man Lived Like a Poor Man” reminds readers that the faithful will be blessed with a long life. The second tale ” Emily and Jane were not their mother’s favorites” gives readers the story of two sisters who were slighted beyond reproach. Both girls desired love. Love was robbed from one sister, and the other choose death over life.

4 Meredith Etc authors contributed to the new book “Virtues from the heart”

 Saturday, January 28, 2017

Four Meredith Etc authors: JaNiya Williams, Loretha Wallace, Loretta Wallace Ellis, and Meredith Coleman McGee contributed their poems and or writings to Virtues from the heart, a book anthology which was released today.

The Clinton Ink-Slingers’ Writing Group of Clinton, Mississippi unveiled Virtues from the heart to a packed room at the Quinsenberry Library this morning. Book proceeds will be used for a Mississippi College writing scholarship fund.

Two of the book contributors Kamina Griffin and Callie Abraham were Clinton middle school students when they submitted their contest entries. JaNiya Williams, a fourth grader, is the youngest book contributor. She was a Pensacola Public School student when her great-grandmother Hazel Janell Meredith (author of My Brother J-Boy) submitted a section of JaNiya’s Saving the Manatees story which was published by Meredith Etc last year. Today, JaNiya, a third generation author, lives in Fayetteville, North Carolina. 

The three youth writers obtained awards, a cash prize, and a customized poem by Vicki Cagle, who is the secretary of the Clinton Ink-Slingers

Dr. Samual Howell, Susan O’Brian, Selby Parker, Wayne Richey, Ricky Nations, Gary Lowe, Johnny Lowe, and J. Moffet Walker, who are members of the arts and or authors, were also award recipients.

Twin sisters show off their new book

dscn6618Twin sisters Loretta Wallace Ellis and Loretha Wallace show off some of their new books: Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant which is their first work.

Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant includes poems, prose, art, and short stories. Their book is available in softcover, hardback, and eBook editions in full color and in black & white.

Visit their book page to order