Frances Smith Savage
Savage is a Christian author, a freelance writer, and inspirational speaker. She is the mother of three grown children, eight grandchildren, and seven greats. She writes from the vantage point of her life in Southern California, and the past nine years in the High Desert. She lives with her husband of fifty-seven years (they were married very young), and both refuse to admit they are old.
Frances Savage has written and published three books.
The Serial Killer, My Son
Walk with Jessica as she agonizes over her thirty-two year old son released from prison on a technicality. . . . While she faces the hard facts that the killings are continuing. Would you take the law in your own hands? Would you if you had the ability and opportunity to stop the carnage? Would you? Could You?
The Journey Continues
The Journey Continues -- is the third part of the trilogy about two serial killers. The book begins as one of the serial killers at long last finds his intended victim. Because of the pressure caused by a true crime book about two serial killers in Southern California specifically the High Desert he is determined to find the second serial killer. The book continues as he leaves messages for the authorities that he’s back and he makes his own search simply because he needs a place to hide. He stumbled upon the underground modernized mine and realized he found his place and the mine served his purpose. He, however, had to prove himself.The story continues as the survivors are victimized again. They work with the authorities to stop the carnage. The story deals with families, authorities, victims, trust, love, and fear. Those who are thrown together, but still find comfort in helping one another.
Uplifting Short Stories When Everyday Burdens Weigh Heavily Upon You. The short stories vary in size from one page to thirty pages as the reader is taken on rides of the author's imagination. Brought back to face reality through the Author's Notes, and quotes from the Bible, Savage's goal is to force the reader to have the desire to learn the truth as taught in the Bible as opposed to the many untruths taught in a world of unbelievers where Christians are viewed as weirdos.