About the Authors

Frannie and Doug Watson speak at the AJC Decatur Book FestivalFrannie and Doug Watson spoke at the 7th Annual AJC Decatur Book Festival on September 8th, 2012.

Frannie & Doug Watson portraits

Frannie & Doug Watson

Frannie Watson earned a BS degree was in Education from Georgia State University in Atlanta, Ga. and a Certificate in Bible and Missions from Columbia Graduate School in Columbia, SC. She has worked in private secondary schools and worked in France as a missionary for several years. Once she returned from France, Frannie worked in several professional positions with corporate and manufacturing firms. But her passion is working with people in recovery small groups through Worldwide Discipleship Association. She especially likes working with those who are dealing with codependent and addition issues. The vision and motivation for writing Mirrors has been a culmination of what she learned from her own poor decisions and life experiences.

After finishing the Mirrors project, she published two novels: Pursued but Shielded and Snatched but Followed. She realized by using suspenseful fiction stories she could help educate her audience as well as entertain them. These two novels address the hardships of underage girls in sex trafficking and women who have been sexually assaulted. Her next topic is still up in the air but please return to see what is next…

It is our greatest hope that each of the books will help to bring peace and greater emotional health through God’s Holy Spirit for each or our readers.

Doug Watson earned a Bachelor of Arts in Speech and Education from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA and holds a Master of Divinity from Columbia International University in Columbia, SC. After completing his master of divinity degree, Doug worked for ten years in U. S. corporate industry, I.B.M.. In 2008 he began his Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) as an intern Chaplain at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta and then as a student resident chaplain at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Egleston campus, 8/09-8/10). In April of 2010, he began his hospice career as a Chaplain (part- time) and was hired as a full time Staff Chaplin in July 2011, with Crossroads Hospice, Inc. outside of Atlanta, GA. He will soon be eligible to apply for board certification as an APC Chaplain. Doug has been a speaker, teacher, preacher, small group leader, and a chaplain.