does one woman survive domestic violence, four not-at-fault rear-end
accidents in three years, a drive-by shooting, a total-loss car fire,
two gigantic pileups, and more? How do four other women, all related
but miles apart, survive deadly tornadoes on the same day? How do
two women come to own free houses and free vehicles without winning
the lottery? Living Proof, Belinda Hughes? debut nonfiction memoir,
is a gathering of Divine Interventions in the lives of seven Southern
women, including the author.
And what happened with that Sam woman????
A very uplifting read, several places gave me goose bumps! It's always
good to be reminded that there is more to our being on this plane
than meets the eye if we just open our eyes. It struck me that this
really was about every woman in that we all have the moments when
we are saved by our faith- by our instincts- by our friends- by our
loved ones. We all have those times when we are wounded by loss and
betrayal. Times where we have to pick ourselves up and keep going
and that is the sense I had of the women in this writing. They keep
-- G. W. Hampton
Strong, compelling stories make Living Proof a real
page (or screen) turner. Belinda Yvonne Hughes will make you feel
the passion and pain.
-- Rick Snider, president, 21st Century Online Publishing.
Once I started, I didn't want to stop. I think that we all have
experienced miracles, and hearing about yours will encourage all
of us to acknowledge and express our gratitude for our own.
-- Rev. Myron Jones
Your stories are powerful and compelling. Each is well written and
concise, and you capture the emotions of the experiences. This is
good writing. You engage the reader effectively, and bring inspiration
and miracles into everyday life. I have read Living Proof
cover to cover twice, and will read again. It is that good. Thanks
for writing, carry on the good work.
-- David Mahen