Turning Points is a softbound, laminated, limited edition of short inspirational pieces written during the middle 1990's during Sarah's early days as host of the Sarah Hudson Pierce Show in Shreveport, Louisiana. This book is complete with a photograph by world reknown Shreveport photographer, Darrel L. Chitty. The short preface was taken from a column that the late humorist Erma Bombeck dedicated to Sarah in 1986. That column ran in over 900 newspapers and gave Sarah the energy to keep on keeping on. Being one of Sarah's heroins Erma wrote in part: "There are a few, like Sarah, who are willing to take a risk. They take the dream out of the box, put it on and start living it. They lay bare their ego to discover if they are equal to their dream or if they are equal only to the fantasy." This inspirational book of short stories dealing with Sarah's life in an orphanage give the reader insight into the making of Sarah Hudson Pierce. This book is in very short supply.
More than being a good writer with a fascinating heritage from which she draws, Sarah Hudson-Pierce has the kind of perseverance which can make all the difference.
She finds something useful in almost everything that happens to her, transforming disappointments, problems, and everyday happenings into nuggets of inspiration for her readers.
I know of few other writers who are as prolific and have the stick-to-it-iveness as Sarah Hudson-Pierce. Perhaps it is because she has so much living from which to draw.
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There are a few, like Sarah, who are willing to take a risk. They take the dream out of the box, put it on and start living it. They lay bare their ego to discover if they are equal to the dream or if they are equal only to the fantasy.
This book was dedicated to Erma Bombeck who made a difference in how my life turned out.
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