I have published over fifty mystery, mainstream and literary short
Stories in print magazines, including Eureka Literary Magazine, Futures, The
Writers' Journal, The Writing Class, and electronic magazines such as Twilight
Times, Nefarious, Zuzu's Petals Quarterly, Star of Hope Anthology
(Inspirational), Writers Hood, Electronic Writers' Journal, and poems
in poetry anthologies. I have published articles in ByLine, Bridges,
Simple Joy, The Writer's Life, The National Association of Women Writers'
Guide Weekly, St. Louis Writers' Guide Weekly, The Indian Express, and book
reviews in the Ann Arbor News. A reprint of my article, "The Writer As
A Philosopher,"that appeared in the NAWW Weekly in November 02, has
appeared in their Anthology.
I am married and have always enjoyed the idea of writing, and it's only this year that I've actually
began to take it seriously. I have had some of my short stories published on
websites, as well as in local papers. I hope one day to write my very own book.
B. Gayle Boles
am a firm believer in the idea that life is an exciting adventure. It all depends on the attitude that I choose to have.
I have been
a therapist for close to 30 years and was a school teacher for a while. I had the misfortune to have a stroke when I was 30
years old, which left me with a few limitations.
I have an up-beat,
outgoing attitude that inspires people. I strongly believe that I can turn any circumstance or situation into a positive experience.
I love to travel
and write about the experiences I have from the perspective of a single woman that is over 50 and has a few physical disabilities.
I think my mission
in life is to personify the believe that life is an adventure.
L. J. Priest is a writer from the northeast United States, more information on her
can be found at www.ljpriest.com .
J. M. Cornwell is a nationally syndicated writer and freelance editor. She designs web sites, edits,
and writes from her cabin in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. She is currently editing a romance novel and an autobiography,
finishing a book on a groundbreaking theory about Stonehenge, putting together a consumer
security column for national syndication, writing a book about Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde, and Jack the Ripper, and working on The
Rose & Thorn, an online literary ezine.
Ange Crawford lives in Corvallis, Oregon
with one husband and four cats, having raised three wonderful children. Her
work appears in The Oregonian and other newspapers, as well as several literary anthologies.
Currently she is at work on her third children's book.
My name is Jennifer Ehidiamen ,I am 19 years and a young writer.I live in the southern west part of
Nigeria, my favourite color is pink which stands for perfection, I hope to make the world a better place for good with my
write ups...my message to all writers is to keep the creativity in them alive and spin the world around for good.
Domini Hedderman is a writer from Erie, Pa. When not writing, she spends time with
her husband and two young sons or teaching writing at a local college.
Joyce Heiser writes devotionals and inspirational stories from the beautiful north woods of Wisconsin.
This story appeared on http://www.2theheart.com/, April 30, 2003.
Beverly is a retired RN, author of RUSTY AND ME, A MOTHER’S STORY, contributor to CHICKEN SOUP
FOR THE NURSE’S SOUL, Kendall Bell’s book, FROM THE HEART; Stories of Love and Friendship, and FAMILY DOCTOR;
the magazine the makes house calls.
Strella Jasper is a writer and poet who resides in Denver,
May be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
HUGS, HOPE and Peanut Butter
http://www.hugsandhope..org/bikeraffle.htm . The HUGS and HOPE Club for Sick Children is making a difference for kids
-- one smile at a time!
The Internet-based group of volunteers is devoted to putting smiles on the faces of children who
might otherwise have little to smile about. If you care about kids, join their
ranks at www.hugsandhope.org
The smile you create just might be your own!
HUGS and HOPE was featured on WGN-TV:
Anika Logan is a writer of poetry, short stories,
personal essays and articles on the craft of writing.
Her work has been published widely over the Internet.
Just to name a few, her work has been featured at
Absolutewrite, Every Writer, Anthologies Online, The
Sidewalk's End, Widethinker, LIA Magazine and
Seedfusion. In May 2003, a story of hers, A Lighted
Fog, was published in Haunted Encounters Real-Life
Stories of Supernatural Experiences
(www.atriadpress.com). Lulu Press published Anika's
first book, a collection of short stories, called The
Truth of Me (And Other Stories) in July 2003. For more
information about the book go to
http://www.lulu.com/anika. In October 2003, a story of
hers, Auntie, was published in Let Go Let Miracles
Happen- The Art of Spiritual Surrender
(www.spiritualsurrender.com). The stories were
complied by Kathy Cordova and published by Conari
To learn more about Anika's work visit her website at
I was born on the coast of Labrador, raised in Newfoundland, Canada,became a nurse, retiring at the age of 51 years after a 30 year career.
I married in 1970 and migrated to Nova Scotia with
my husband. We worked, my husband as a policeman, me as an Operating Room nurse,and we raised two children who have
now flown the nest. In 2000 the call of the sea brought us back to 'The Rock', which Newfoundland
is often called. My life is full-full of boats,family,snow machines, writing,photography and computers. Having an avid
interest in Womens' Issues,Politics and Writing, and being able to pursue those interests is as much a dream come
true as was my childhood dream of becoming a nurse.
'Do No Harm' is part of the pledge we took in 1969 as new Registered Nurses. I still live by that pledge and always
Gloria MacKay is an essayist and humorist from the Pacific Northwest.
The focus of her work is her weekly radio program where she is encouraged to read what she writes about whatever she thinks.
(She thinks, among other things, about women and children and men and fog and death and taxes.)
Her most recent collection, Throwing Sticks and Skipping Stones is available at dlsijpress.com. Her
work currently appears in two anthologies: Forget Me Knots from the Front Porch published by Obadiah Press and The Don't Sweat
Stories: Inspirational Anecdotes from Those Who've Learned How Not to Sweat It from Hyperion.
She is also represented in a newly released paperback book The Insomniac Tales of Chauceršs Women available
online at dlsijpress.com and in bookstores.
My web site on DLSIJ Press is www.dlsijpress.com/mackay/index.shtm
I am a freelance writer from Nova Scotia, but now based in St. John's, Newfoundland. My writing credentials include completing a ten-week creative writing course, a ten-week scriptwriting
course in which participants used their worked from their own work in progress to learn, and a scriptwriting course in which
I wrote a treatment and script for a ten-minute video on camping in Eastern Canada, and a treatment and script depicting the
life of Guglielmo Marconi. I also completed a script for the Nova
Scotia first Works program which was screened at international film festival, Input 2000 in Halifax Nova Scotia.
I am, as well, a member of the Nova Scotia Writer’s Federation.
Carole McDonnell is a short story writer and essayist whose writings have appeared in many publications.
Her book and film reviews appear online at www.christiananswers.net, www.thefilmforum.com www.compulsivereader.com,
and www.curledup.com. Her devotionals appear in several Christian print magazines and also on www.faithwriters.com, Her
essays and stories can be found in various anthologies including, W.W. Norton's LifeNotes: Personal Writings by Contemporary
Black Women, Nudges from God, and Then an angel came along among others. Ms McDonnell is also working on several religious
novels, a Christian horror-romance called Father Gorgeous, SF novel is called The Daughters of Men and a novel based on the
Biblical story of Hagar plus a Bible study . She lives in upstate New York
with her husband, Luke, an illustrator and their two sons.
Carole McDonnell < Prayer, Patience, Postage, Persistence
Louise has studied Modern Languages in UK and is now working on board , pursuing an exciting career in tourism. She is going to write a book about her adventures at sea someday, but she is now happy having her dream
has been a teacher, artist, reviewer and writer who loves nature, kids and books. She
is an MA in Ed (Applied Linguistics) holder, and enjoys freelancing online as well as writing and publishing ebooks. She has written many articles, stories and educational material, as well as a great
number of book reviews for several sites online. Contact her at: email@example.com
I am a retired Licensed Clinical Social Worker. With my
husband, we live on a sailboat and travel from place to place. I am a published
writer; most of my writing has to do with the cruising lifestyle.
We currently live in South Florida, where I write feature stories
for a local newspaper. I am also involved doing volunteer work with the Mental
I'm a 32 year old stay at home mother. A survivor of spousal abuse in my first marriage. Born in England, now happily remarried and living in Minnesota
with my husband and our two children. My writing ranges from rants, to fantasy and more.
Links: Right now my other writings that have been published are on alternative lifestyle sites, and
I am not sure you would want those for your book. I'm waiting on word from Quantum Muse, for a fantasy story I submitted,
but do not have word back from that as yet.
Melody Ravert, author of Shadow of Death is a writer of Christian
romance/suspense fiction. Her first e-book, Obsessive
published internationally through Kingfisherbooks.
Avenging Sword, a sequel to Shadow of Death is currently under contract
with Publish America.
Ms. Ravert's writings also include articles published by ezines 'Inspirational Station'
and the November issue of 'Mommy Tales.'
Ms. Ravert lives in Baltimore, Maryland
with her husband of twenty
years and daughter, age twelve who has autism.
After more than 20 year career in sales and marketing, I left the corporate world to seek a different
path. Writing has been an avocation for most of my life and I recently decided
to use my business skills to help small business with their writing needs. I am focusing on writing marketing materials -
brochures, newsletters, catalogs, websites etc. In my many years of travel for
business and living in various parts of the country I have met some extraordinary people. As a second aspect of my writing
career I have been inspired to write their stories. 'Shattering the Myth' will eventually become a collection of stories on how individuals have worked through the many limiting beliefs that have been instilled in many
of us in one form or another.
Robin Woods is a lifelong New Yorker currently "in exile"
in Montclair, New Jersey.
Relocating to suburbia so that her children could play outside, she spends her time writing about their escapades. Her fervent hope is that these stories will thrill and embarrass them. Revenge is sweet!
Some links to my writing: (Google.com search for my name). RANDOM ACTS OF RUDENESS by Robin Ehrlichman
Woods. I know that it is hard to work with the public.
IT'S A TALL WORLD, AFTER ALL! By Robin Ehrlichman Woods. Being
petite is not all that it's cracked up to be. ...
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“Off the beaten career path” consultant, Valerie Young, abandoned her corporate cubicle to become the Dreamer
in Residence at http://www.ChangingCourse.com, offering free resources to help you discover your life mission and live it. Her career change tips have been cited
The Wall Street Journal, USA Today Weekend, Redbook, Entrepreneur’s Business Start Ups, and on-line at MSN, CareerBuilder,
and iVillage.com. An expert on the Impostor Syndrome, she’s presented her How to Feel as Bright and Capable as Everyone
Seems to Think You Are program to thousands of people.
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