Stephanie Renee Josiah
The Pink Ink Review
The Pink Ink Review is the literary magazine of Stephanie Josiah’s Creative Writing Workshops. This particular issue, SUMMER 2020, was written, illustrated, and includes photographs by The Web Weaver’s Society. This group name was chosen by the group of young ladies who joined me on a wild Zoom meeting ride through literary, pandemic, and chaotic news venting. These young writers blew my mind and I look forward to next summer’s creative writing workshops and future issues of The Pink Ink Review (c) Stephanie Josiah
BITTER: When Church Leaves That Not Too Pleasant Aftertaste
This is probably not your idea of a regular Christian book. Stephanie Josiah has taken life-changing moments in her personal walk and followed it all up with a very powerful warning. Starting with some of her most challenging childhood moments and leading up to the challenges that she faces today, Stephanie is holding no punches. Ephesians 5:8-14 calls us to be light. This little book has a whole lot of light in it!
BITTER II: Church Abuse Gone Wild is the continuation of an ugly struggle within a church body. Stephanie Josiah shares her heartache with the reader and encourages him/her to learn from the mistakes that are made within the congregation of The Church of Silent Ruin. This book is a narrative based on true events and includes information/tools to help the reader avoid falling into the world of the “church-cult.”