Until recently, Ms. Quesinberry has posted nothing new to Authors Den; first, due to a statistically fatal brain aneurysm in late June 2005, then in 2006 she broke her back standing after which she fell, and in 2007 had to make a move some 45 miles away and Satan began his attacks again. This time she was subjected to subsidized housing discrimination of one of her disabilities, the new town DSHS contract doctors would not take her case nor would their local hospital-- seems her medical history and list of diagnoses is very complicated and does involve chronic pain since the aneurysm-- finally, DSHS got on the band wagon and refused to accept her daughter's caregiving bills, which had been covering her Medicaid spendown.
Things still are up in the air, but as far as Ms. Quesinberry is concerned it is not all about her. It is about every senior and elderly person in this nation suffering the "Uncommon Common Abuse of Seniors and Elderly" by Federal and State agencies. Since 2007, she has been on a campaign to get media involved in order to bring attention to this common abuse that is uncommon because no one is speaking. Well, God set her right down in the middle of it because He knew she would not keep her mouth shut. See below for the link to the series of 4 articles detailing the story.
Ms. Quesinberry has a heavy background in law, banking, Texas college real estate teacher, 17 years writing fiction, 30+ years--still counting--in Biblical research-study-writing. She also is a featured author at Buzzle eZine, MSMusings, as well as Books & Authors. Additionally, she is an associate editor for Texas based Waltsan Publishing: writer's describe her editing as "brutal but superb." She also directs Lighthouse of Prayer, principal speaker for Truth Seekers and Speakers, and is a free registered Christian counselor for females of all ages with specific emphasis on our troubled teens.
A minor influence in her writing was high school sophmore English teacher, Miss Earnestine Farr. Her major influence is God, whose Holy Spirit has led Ms. Quesinberry through those years of Biblical research and study with specific emphasis on His critical-to-salvation doctrines and these end days prophecies.
Ms. Quesinberry was born in Whittier, California; raised in the Texas Bible belt from age 4; relocated to Vashon Island, Washington at 43; and at 59yo, because of health issues relative to MS and Lupus as well as a recent stroke, currently shares the home of her long time friend Betty in Tahuya, Washington. In Ms. Quesinberry's mind, however, the Lord is in control and always presents a mission-on-His-behalf for wherever she has been placed at any given time in her life.
Ms. Quesinberry repeatedly has been asked if she is a prophet from God, to which she states, "If speaking and writing His Truths, secrets and mysteries makes me a prophet, then so be it; but, I feel I merely do God's will. In one gift or another, we all are His messengers." More recently, she was compared to John the Baptist because she does speak Yeshua's truths yet it seems to fall on a deaf world. Her response to that was to laugh and say, "Yeah, and they'll probably cut off my head and serve it up on a silver platter, just as they did John's."