Renetta Dudzinski

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General Information

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Name: Renetta Dudzinski

Pen Name: None

Born: 1950 in Bryan, Texas

Website: www.thejourneybooks.com

Email: ren@thejourneybooks.com


Illinois Connection

Dudzinski lives in Rochelle, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Renetta lives in rural northern Illinois, but was born a southern girl in Bryan, Texas. She has owned and operated a country feed and animal supply store. Known as the "feedlady," she has had the opportunity to meet people from many different walks of life. Renetta is happily married and has three children.

In 2001, the family experienced an unexpected financial setback. Renetta asked the Lord to giver her something pleasant to think of, so she would not dwell on her circumstances. The result of that prayer was her book series The Journey. Renetta says, "This story was given to me day by day until it was obvious I had to put it on paper. Each night and early morning before I opened my eyes, the story continued. The statement that God used my hand is not an exaggeration. The Journey with David and Rose is a gift from God. And it continues." Renetta continues working on the book series.

Published Works

  • The Journey, Book One, Rhapsody Press, 2003
  • The Journey: Writings Taken from the Journal of Rose Coulter, Rhapsody Press, 2006
  • The Journey, Book Two , Rhapsody Press, 2007

Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

The Journey Book One

ISBN: 1591609763
Release Date: 2003-10

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The Journey, Book Two: Writings Taken from the Journal of Rose Coulter

ISBN: 1933145757
Release Date: 2007-06-01

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The Journey: Writings Taken from the Journal of Rose Coulter (Journey (Rhapsody Press))

ISBN: 1933145072
Release Date: 2006-06-01

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Literary Awards

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Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances

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External Links

Renetta Dudzinski on WorldCat

Renetta Dudzinski on Amazon

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