Julie McAlpin Richmond

"I am not afraid of storms for I am learning how to sail my ship."

Louisa May Alcott

Where Have All Our Daughters Gone                         Book Information

          You may find the book online at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and Books-a-Million


                        May be ordered directly from the publisher at the following link:


             Autographed copies may be ordered for $19.95 + shipping from this website                                                                                    via the Pay Pal link below:

.                       (Please email for any personal message to be included in book signing to)                                                                     JulieMcAlpinRichmond@gmail.com 

                                                  Book Clubs

           Get your book club together and settle in with a nice glass of wine to                analyze, debate and understand Kate's journey to save her daughters

Book Club Discussion Guide is available under the following link:

About the Author

Julie was born in Ohio, but has called Florida, South Carolina and, even short time in England, home. She has always been passionate about writing to express her thoughts and feelings, but also as a means to help others. 

With three grown daughters, Julie now lives in the Low Country of South Carolina with her husband and youngest daughter along with their menagerie of animals.  When she's not cooking, gardening, reading novels, or watching romantic comedies, she is a history professor at the University of South Carolina, Beaufort.  

She is presently working on her second novel, Green Grass and High Tides, which she plans to release in the fall of 2020.

Working Together to Make a Difference

While Where Have All Our Daughters Gone is fictional book, it is sadly based on the tragedies which have befallen many women and children.  As such, a portion of the proceeds of this book (5 percent) will be given to the world-wide, non-profit foundation, Protective Mothers Revolution, whose mission is to help victims. The foundation, which is comprised of a staff of attorneys, educators, counselors and former victims of domestic and legal abuse, offers tools for navigating and surviving high-conflict child custody, PAS, civil rights violations and abuses on all levels.  If you or your children are victims and need help,  please contact them at: 

protectivemothersrevolution.com   (Non-profit registration number:  KvK 70640777)


Speaking engagements, signings & book fairs

Saturday, September  22, 2018 - McIntosh Books,  Beaufort, SC 11 AM- 3 PM

Friday, September, 28, 2018 - Meet the Author, Barnes & Noble Savannah, Ogelthrope Mall 7 - 9 PM

Saturday, October 6, 2018 - Beaufort Shrimp Festival, McIntosh Books, Bay Street,  11 AM to 3 PM 

Saturday, October 13, 2018 - Book Signing at NeverMore Books, Beaufort, SC 1 - 3 PM

Saturday, October 26, 2018 - Historic Beaufort Foundation, 2018 Fall Festival of Houses & Gardens - McIntosh Books on Bay Street

11 - 3 PM

Saturday, November 17, 2018 - Bluffton Book Festival, Old Town Bluffton, Calhoun Street, 10 AM- 4 PM


Saturday, November 24, 2018 - Barnes & Noble Naples, FL   10 AM to 12 noon

Barnes & Noble Coconut Point Mall, Estero, FL             2 - 4 PM

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Oldfield Country Club 

(Members only)

Okatie, South Carolina

"Book & Dinner"

Saturday, October 10, 2019 - M. Judons's Booksellers

Greenville, South Carolina

10 AM - 2 PM

"Fall for  Greenville" Festival

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 @ 4PM Eastern

Northwest Liberty News - podcast           

with host Jim White


Saturday, October 3, 2020

Conservative Book Reviews


Please see contact page to schedule your event.


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