Marsha Susan Tracy
Marsha Tracy has written a book that will keep you up at night. She's been there, done that and has the bloodied
T-shirt. This book should be a warning to all of us who love Christ and his church that there are great dangers when we move away from the eternal verities of our faith and from a God who loves us beyond our understanding. Read it and be glad that she has written it.
Steve Brown, author, professor Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, and teacher on Key Life radio program.
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Marsha was born in Brooklyn, New York. Though, she was expected to marry a good Jewish boy, she moved to Boise, Idaho and married a good Gentile man. Now, after living more than two decades in Idaho, she considers herself an honorary “spud.”
Marsha started writing in the 5th grade when her teacher, Mrs. Mathis, introduced creative writing to the class. This major life event triggered a passionate love affair with words in Marsha's life. Her most current published work is the memoir affectionately referred to as "Faith, Safe, Potatoes."
FAITH, SAFE, POTATOES is available as an ebook at Smashwords.com, the Apple
iBookstore, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Sony,Amazon and other fine
THANK YOU to every one who has encouraged me along along my ten-year-journey writing this book.