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Julie Cantrell

Julie Cantrell

A speech-language pathologist and literacy advocate, Julie Cantrell was editor-in-chief of the Southern Literary Review and currently teaches English as a second language to elementary students. She's been a freelance writer for ten years. Julie and her family live in Mississippi where they operate Valley House Farm.
Julie Cantrell: Literary Debut

Julie Cantrell: Literary Debut

(March 21, 2012)
Christa A. Banister
Set in depression-era Mississippi, Julie Cantrell’s debut novel Into the Free (David C. Cook) is the story of a young girl growing into adolescence as she confronts family abuse and a dark past. Millie Reynolds is an unforgettable character, in a story that will linger in the hearts of readers long after they’ve turned the last page. “I hope this book encourages us to treat each other with love and kindness,” Julie told USA Today. “We tend to get caught up in certain rules and traditions, but the Bible tells us God is love. I believe it’s really as simple as that.”



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