CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH AND MOLLY WILLIAMS, AFRICAN-AMERICAN FIREFIGHTING LEGEND
Black History Month gives us all a rare chance to meet or become re-acquainted with African-Americans of achievement in history. One such individual is Molly Williams, who was not only the first female firefighter in America but also an African-American living in New York City in the early 1800’s. Her story, while little known when I found it, was memorable. I’d love to tell you how I ‘met’ Molly and why I HAD to tell her story.
As a writer, I’m always looking for a good idea for “the next book”.
However, some of my best book ideas have come looking for me.
That’s just what happened with MOLLY BY GOLLY! The Legend of Molly Williams, America’s First Female Firefighter.
I’d just star...Read More