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CaSandra McLaughlin is a native of Marshall, Texas, a graduate of Marshall High School. CaSandra is also a national bestselling, award-winning Christian Fiction Author and Motivational Speaker. She also wrote, directed, and produced her first faith-based movie Deacon Brown's Daughters based on a book she co-authored with Michelle Stimpson. In 2019 Deacon Brown’s Daughters won best feature film at the Capital City Film Festival. CaSandra is also an advocate for domestic violence awareness. In 2016 she wrote, and produced a play entitled Don't Love Me to Death to take a stand against domestic violence and has also penned a book Loving Me to Life (Strength for the Journey After Abuse) about her own domestic violence experience. CaSandra is married to Richard McLaughlin, she has one beautiful daughter Chloe, and two amazing grandchildren Nova and Noir.

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