Marguerite Martin Gray

Marguerite Martin Gray

Concordia Parish Library will host a book signing for Concordia native Marguerite Martin Gray on Friday, May 31, at 10 a.m. at the Ferriday Library. Mrs. Gray will discuss her latest book, “Draw Me To Your Side,” which will be the fourth in the series “Revolutionary Faith”. 

Her earlier work includes:

“Hold Me Close: Revolutionary Faith Book One,” (Dec. 2018) is set in pre-revolution Charles Town and takes the reader into the lives of immigrants, ordinary citizens, and prominent historical figures at a time in which decisions are made that will change the world.

“Surround Me: Revolutionary Faith Book Two,” (Jan. 2019) follows Elizabeth and Louis in 1774 Charles Town on the brink of war.

“Bring Me Near: Revolutionary Faith Book Three,” (Feb. 2019) takes place in Charles Town in 1775 facing life changing decisions.

In Concordia Gray taught school for several years and her husband Wayne Gray was pastor of the Ferriday Baptist Church.

Gray enjoys the study of history, especially when combined with fiction. An avid traveler and reader, she teaches French and Spanish and has degrees in French, Spanish, and Journalism from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas and a MA in English from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene. She has two grown children and currently lives with her husband in north Louisiana.

Come to the Ferriday Library for coffee and a chat with author Marguerite Gray to learn more about her Historical Christian Fiction series.  Her books are available at your public library.

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