A Little Hope Goes A Long Way

A Little Hope Goes A Long Way. Mcgill says that she is the epitome of “you believe it you can achieve it”. At the age of sixteen she began writing short stories.  Reading has always been a means of escape for her.  Curling up with a good book helped her to explore the world and meet fascinating people.  As she grew older, her appetite for reading grew immensely and her books became more diverse.  She began to read books such as J. California Cooper’s, “Life Is Short But Wide”, Octavia Butler’s “Bloodchild” as well as the classic, “Manchild In The Promised Land” by Claude Brown.

The excitement and joy of reading these various authors inspired her to begin writing.  Her stories feature real people with real lives, real problems, and extraordinary passion.  She published her first book at the age of 38.  “Pearls” was published with blood, sweat and tears and absolutely no financial backing.  The public’s response was overwhelming to say the least and spawned two sequels, “Pearls II” and “Pearls II Special Edition”.  Her collection of work is available on her website www.HopeMcgill.com as well as Amazon, Kobo and NOOK.

You would think that being an author was enough for Hope.  After searching online for waist beads and being unable to find a set that was appealing to her that would also fit her waist adequately, she decided that she was going to learn how to make her own.  After trial, error and many long nights she was able to make what she envisioned in her head.  Hope’s waist beads sparked a flurry of customers requesting sets of their very own and Beaded By Hope was birthed.  Her collection of bead work has expanded by leaps and bounds.  She now offers wrist bracelets, rosaries, necklaces, anklets and even eye glass chains!

Not limited to women Hope’s jewelry appeals to men and children as well. Custom pieces made with love and a special passion for seeing her customers smile is what makes the pieces uniquely beautiful.

You can find them on her website www.Beadedbyhope.com





A Little Hope Goes A Long Way
A Little Hope Goes A Long Way