Ruby Blogger Team

Far Above RubiesIf you are interested in joining the Ruby Blogger Team, it is super-simple. Just send an email to with your name, link to your blog, and a brief introduction. We’ll be in touch soon!


We have a team of great bloggers / writers here at Ruby for Women who share their stories, and their voices, with all of us. We hope you will take a minute to visit some of our team members to read more of their inspirational posts. Be sure to leave a comment and tell them that Ruby sent you!

If you would like information about joining the Ruby Blogger Team, please email us at


Stacy Lee Flury

Stacy Flury: Anchor of Promise

Ifeoma Samuel

Ifeoma Ezitonye-Samuel: Purposeful and Meaningful

 Donna ComeauxDonna B. Comeaux: A Writer First

Kathryn Ross

Kathryn Ross: The Writer’s Reverie

Pageant Wagon Publishing

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Mary Dolan Flaherty: Son Rise Insights

255873_10150280384321753_7113228_oKelly Bowden: Jesus Crucified and Risen


Melissa Presser:  Work for the Cause Not the Applause

Tai East Ruby Blogger Team

Tai East: A Spirit Kissed Soul


Alisha Ritchie: Christian Devotions

Michelle Lazurek

Michelle Lazurek

Kelly Sagert

Kelly Boyer Sagert


Grace Esedeke: Gracious Insights

Kathleen McCauley

Kathleen McCauley


Angie Hiskett: Grant Me Wisdom, Oh Lord

Ruby Blogger Team Carol Peterson

Carol Peterson: Carol Peterson, Author


Miriam Jacob: Authors for Christ

Miriam Jacob’s Portfolio

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Nichole Payton: Uniquelyfstyle


Ruth O’Neil: Ruth’s Real Life

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Heather King, Room to Breathe


Connie Chandler

Connie Chandler: “Connie’s Bowl of Cherries”

   Yvonne Carson

Yvonne Carson: Empowerlicious Woman         


Katherine Corrigan

Katherine Corrigan, Katherine’s Corner


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Gloria Doty, Writing by Gloria


Lynn Mosher

Lynn Mosher


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Amanda Stephan, Books by Amanda

Beth Brubaker

Beth Brubaker: “Footprints in the Mud”

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Philippa Smyth: “Blue Skies and Lollipops”

Ingrid Lochamire head shot

Ingrid Lochamire: “Reflections of the Journey”

Lisa Menke head shot

Lisa Menke: “Quiver Never Quit”

Maxine Rose Young head shot

Maxine Young: His Work In Progress

Keith Head Shot Photo

Keith Wallis: Wordsculptures

Miranda Hanchar head shot photo

Miranda Hanchar: Miranda’s Mission with a Purpose

Kim Lengling photo

Kim Lengling: Embracing our Veterans


Ruby for Women is growing and we would like to invite you to join us. If you are a blogger and would like to share your posts with the Ruby for Women readers, the Ruby Blogger Team would be a great opportunity for you! We will be posting and linking to the blogs of our team members, and promoting your posts on all of our social media sites. You will also be featured in upcoming issues of the Ruby for Women magazine, as well as in our newsletter. If you are interested in joining the Ruby Blogger Team, please email us at and include a link to one of your favorite blog posts. We are interested in crafts, recipes, book reviews, devotionals, short stories, and inspirational posts.


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  1. Miranda

    Hello Nina, I haven’t received a email about me sending you a post. Just wondered :)

  2. Ingrid Lochamire

    I would be honored to be included as a Ruby blogger. I write mostly inspiration essays, but enjoy reading about DIY projects, gathering new recipes and just celebrating the joy of womanhood! I’m an empty-nester, former newspaper reporter and homeschooling mom. My husband and I operate a business from our farm in northeast Indiana. In my free time, I write. I’m working on a book and developing some pieces for submission to different periodicals. Here’s a link to one of my recent posts about millenials and baby-boomers leaving church:

    1. Nina

      Hi Ingrid – so glad you contacted us! We’ll be in touch soon about getting you on the Ruby Blogger Team post schedule. Looking forward to working with you to share your posts and articles with our readers. Nina @ Ruby for Women

      1. Ingrid Lochamire

        Hi, Nina! Thank you for featuring me on the blog today. I need to let you know that my blog name and address have changed to The Journey at I’m in the middle of a course on blogging and this was a major change for me. I’m excited to still be part of your great Web site and planning to submit something new for your Winter Magazine!

  3. Marcia Settles

    Hi, I signed up for Ruby for Women a couple of years ago, but then my motherboard crashed and once I was back online, I had fallen out of fellowship (so to speak) with this site. I’d like to come back, but with a new blog.

    Here is the link to the blog, as well as my latest post. Thanks!


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