Author/Blogger Says Reading is the Way to Racial Reconciliation

Greensboro, N.C.—October 2, 2008—Linda Leigh Hargrove, who touts two published novels and owns 1721 Media, LLC, a graphic design company, has a reconciliation mission. Her love of books has driven her to devote her blog,, to a celebration of books with reconciliation themes during the month of October, National Book Month.

Hargrove will be using to feature books for children and adults alike. Although, her reconciler’s fiction is geared for adults, she says books have the power to transform anyone at any level. “Words are not ‘black’ or ‘white.’ They are like ambassadors. They have power to heal or hinder. Good words get people talking. Great words move people into action.”

Considering the blog’s tagline, “Reconciling Faith and Race,” featuring books that shine the light on racial sensitivity, intentional interaction, and interdependence from a biblical viewpoint seems only natural.

About Linda Leigh Hargrove:
Ms. Hargrove has co-led racial reconciliation discussion groups and conducted panels on racism in the church. She blends suspense, humor, and faith into compelling stories about race and class in America. Her published writings include two novels: The Making of Isaac Hunt (June 2007) and Loving Cee Cee Johnson (September 2008).

The former environmental engineer currently resides in Greensboro, North Carolina with her husband and three sons where she operates 1721 Media, LLC, a graphic design company catering to small and medium sized nonprofits and small businesses. Visit her online at or call 336.454.4545