Sisters of the Page has been on the web since 2007. We have featured the works of Misti Rainwater-Lites, MK Chavez, Judy Brekke and Craig Sernotti.
SOTP is a place where we promote female writers, artists, and photographers. This is our goal and our emphasis however, from time to time, we will open the page to our male counterparts in order to showcase some of their works.
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Editor-Sisters of the Page
Richelle Saldana-Fort Worth, Texas
Richelle Saldana is a first time contributor to Sisters of the Page. She is a photographer and scrapbook artist in the Fort Worth, Texas area. She is a mother to 14 month old Grant. This is what Richelle had to tell us about her piece, Terrible Lie:
" Life is not what I thought it would be. I often feel cheated and lied to by people or life in general. It has created a lot of chaos internally for me. I struggle to understand why, why me? Why now? I tend to over think things and try to understand everything. I actually hated life a few years ago when my dad died. I never knew I could experience pain so deep. Getting that call haunts me to this day. Losing my dad has created so much chaos in all of our lives but I am trying to be positive. I am a stronger woman today because of what happened. Life goes on though. I am much better now. Creating layouts like this helps me. To me scrapbooking can be therapy."
Richelle is available for bookings in the Dallas/Fort Worth are. You can contact her by following this link.