Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
My work has appeared in numerous publications, including Sojourners, Windhover, Crucible, and Traveling Time. I’ve written and recorded a collection of songs, Glowing in the Dark; completed a novel, Broken Angels; and I’m currently working on a memoir.
Media outlets that I currently write for:
My article, “The Gentle Art of Birthing at Home” was published in the Jan/Feb, 2011 issue of Natural Life.
My writing is:
Fiction, Poetry, Memoir, Blog Posts
Outlets where I review books, TV, or film:
Services I offer to other writers:
Writing conference speaker: I spoke at the N.C. Women Writers’ Conference in Winston-Salem where I met keynoter Maya Angelou.
Also taught writing workshops at Ridgecrest.
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
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As promised I’m checking in on you to see how you are coming along with your three wishes. Being a memoir enthusiast I really hope your memoir is moving along. I also hope you’re coming to terms with how you plan to publish your memoir. Many are going the Indie route, however this should not dissuade you in the event you want to publish traditionally. As many mainstream publishers realign their business model to fit the changing industry, this could very well be perfect timing for you!
Whatever, I don’t want you to stress about it, but do want you to know I’m really rooting for you.
I'm so new to this format that I don't yet have questions, but know I will and that I will need a friend, so thanks. I don't have a Face Book page and I don't twitter, so it's all new to me. It will take some time to learn it, but I'm ready to jump in as time allows:)
"ROOTS, blogher's new anthology of food writing. Many pieces of memoir, including one from Tasting Home. They've done this anthology. More might follow. Check out http://www.blogher.com/
Info about ROOTS at…"
"Hey Jacky. Another thing I have found that works when getting into a mucky moment is just pushing through. Sometimes it's really slow and clunky, but then out of nowhere the Muse shows up and inspiration comes flooding out…"