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Bouie, Sandra K. 1959-

Bouie, Sandra K. 1959-


Born April 5, 1959, in Barberton, OH; daughter of Robert (a painter) and Taylor (a homemaker) Fry; married Michael Gibbs (deceased); married Rodney Bouie, October 20, 2003; children: (first marriage) Anthony L., Tiffany N. Gibbs Harrison, Michael T. Ethnicity: "African-American." Education: Attended University of Akron. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Christian. Hobbies and other interests: Reading, picture puzzles, cooking, desktop publishing.


Home and office—Wildwood, FL. E-mail—[email protected]


Worked as teacher's aide and sales clerk; Family Dollar Stores, Wildwood, FL, cashier and assistant manager, 2003-07; New Life News, Leesburg, FL, editor, 2006—.


Christian Writers Guild (student member),, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Akron Black Women's Leadership Caucus.


Averitte Award, adult essay category, Akron Coming Together Project, 1999, for "Straight into the Hearts of Man."


(Editor) An Everlasting Hope, Outskirts Press (Parker, CO), 2007.

Contributor of articles, short stories, and poetry to periodicals, including New Life News.


Sandra K. Bouie told CA: "As a Christian writer, my primary goal is to inspire others to reach high and use their God-given talents and skills to encourage, strengthen, and comfort others on a daily basis. Jesus Christ has influenced me to know that, as a human being, I am wonderfully and fearfully created in His image and created specifically to produce and accomplish good works. I hope that my writing touches the lives of others and makes them better human beings."

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