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    http://www.devotionalsbydonna.blogspot.comDonna J. Shepherd writes teaching and inspirational articles and devotions for Just Between Us, Worth Finding Media, and Universal Personality Magazine. Her children's poems are in Guideposts for Kids, Wee Ones, and Whimsy Magazine. Read more at Devotionals by Donna!
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    http://www.prillboyle.comRecommended Reading: Prill Boyle's "Defying Gravity", which recounts the stories of 12 "ordinary" women who've done extraordinary things later in life. Connecting these wonderful first-person accounts together is the story of the author, herself a late bloomer.
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    http://www.shelleyhussey.comIn Shelley's book, I'm Not OK, You're Not OK, But That's OK With God, she helps free people from the stigma of having a mental illness and alleviates shame and blame. Equally as important, she encourages and directs individuals to combat their challenges through various avenues including: counseling, medicine, good nutrition, exercise, laughter, discipline, prayer, and faith in God.
    http://www.janphillips.comWeb site of the goddess of creativity, Jan Phillips, a mentor in original thinking and sacred being.
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    http://www.tflatley.comJoin Teri Flatley as she writes with wit and wisdom about Life as A Baby Boomer. Her site is also home to "Boom This!," A Free eBook for Baby Boomers(and Wannabes).
    http://www.Mary-Jo-Holmes.comMary-Jo Holmes is the author of" Gianna . . . a love story"--a national award winner for book-length fiction. She hosts a monthly writers group, and distributes a monthly e-newsletter entitled, Musings. She's also the NY/NJ Regional Rep for the National Association of Women Writers. Her web site offers information and inspiration for writers.
    http://www.bexhall.comLife By The Slice by Bex Hall, Columnist and Freelance Writer. Sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, but always from the heart.
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    http://www.jaynejaudonferrer.comJayne Jaudon Ferrer's "reality" poetry about the bliss and bedlam of motherhood is featured in three bestselling collections from Loyola Press--Dancing with my Daughter, A Mother of Sons, and A New Mother's Prayers. Focusing on everything from first word, to first crush, to first time behind the wheel, Ferrer's words capture all that is holy--and hilarious--about being a mom. A great gift idea!
    http://publishedauthors.netBrenda Weber's compelling autobiography deals with the sensitive subject of sexual and domestic abuse. She reveals many secrets she promised not to tell.
    http://www.caroldevaney.comCarol DeVaney, author of several short stories in anthologies, poetry and articles. 'And Grace Will Lead Us Home,' my current inspirational book in progress, is based on learning to cope through grief and loss of a grandchild.
    http://www.karenjgordon.comKaren Gordon is a freelance writer and natural healing practitioner living in Eugene, Oregon.
    http://self-full-life.comFrom: The Self-Full-Life...a true story that will help your soul remember. By Peg Abernathy...I found myself alone and I lay there as my body was being ravaged. I remember staring at the clock on the wall. 11:45pm, 11:46pm, 11:47pm.Where was everybody? "Help me!" I whispered. All of a sudden, the thought of death passed through my body and I began to hear a low hum and then a soft roaring sound. I heard bells go off and I rolled over and grabbed the bars on the side of the hospital bed. My eyes were wide open but I could no longer see. All I couldhear was the escalating roaring sound and distant voices. And Iknew I was dying. I stopped fighting. I was going home.
    http://www.allthingsgirl.comAn arts and literary journal created for women, by women.
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    http://www.voicesofrestoration.comVoices of Restoration Chapter Anthology is seeking testimonials/stories about personal experiences due to God's restoration. These testimonials will be used in a non-fiction (self-published) book tentatively entitled, "The Lost Sheep: How I Got (and am still getting) Over the Hump. A personal account of God's restoration after doubting God's purpose, the church, and human existence."
    http://www.jeankarotkin.comBODY & SOUL: The Courage and Beauty of Breast Cancer Survivors is a compelling collection of black-and-white photographs that reveal a profound energy, grace, and connection between artist and subject. Rich in visual and emotional content, the book is an effort to heal the body and spirit and a tribute to the willpower and inner radiance of women affected by breast cancer.
    http://www.robinedgar.comAuthor of the book, In My Mother's Kitchen: An Introduction to the Healing Power of Reminiscence, Robin Edgar teaches reminiscence-writing workshops throughout the United States and overseas for caregivers, genealogists, and personal historians. On a quest to help people discover the powerful connection to the stories about individuals and incidents that shaped their lives, Edgar also hosts a woman's story circle called The Red Tent Society.
    http://PRDiva.bravehost.comPR Diva and book author Christine Louise Hohlbaum helps you get the ink you deserve. Take her online course and feel the immediate difference in your PR campaign.
    http://www.donnawebster.netDonna is an inspirational writer who found the gift of writing through dealing with chronic illness. Her goals and dreams are to touch lives with her writing and inspire others to reach for their dreams.
    http://www.mybrainchild.bizBorn and raised in Canada, educated in Australia and published internationally, Charmian's writing is as diverse as her background. This site includes writing clips, biographical information and, if you look carefully, a very natty top hat.
    http://www.bravelady.4t.comA woman writer from Ireland had to battle against the odds to make a life for herself after suffering extreme abuse as a child. She desires to give hope to other abused victims.
    http://inkspotter.comBetty Dobson is freelance writer and award-winning creative writer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She publishes a monthly newsletter for writers and hosts an annual flash fiction contest.
    http://www.hugsandhope.orgThe HUGS and HOPE Club for Sick Kids is a nonprofit charity devoted to putting smiles on the faces of sick children who might otherwise have little to smile about. The Internet-based group of volunteers is always seeking more hug-givers and hope-builders and encourages anyone who cares about children to join their ranks at http://www.hugsandhope.orgThe smile you create just might be your own!
    http://www.sharinasmith.comEncouragement for the journey from Writer, Poet Sharina Smith."Not Tonight Honey, Wait Til I'm a Size 6,"is a no-holds barred and blaringly honest look into the life of a woman and her crazy relatives and friends. It's a collection of humor that's getting great reviews from best selling authors and features wacky tales ranging from the author's granny who took up smoking at80 and hid lit butts in her bra and apron, to having to "marry" her best friend when the reverend/yard man fell ill and writhed on the lawn. She is the only woman who chose a reverend who could marry her and mow her grass all in one day. Other stories relate to dieting, body image and dispells all the myths about getting a boob job. freelance back-of-book indexing services for reference, scholarly and trade non-fiction books. On time service; to your specifications; at competitive rates. Subjects: Biology, Business, Computers, Technology, Environment, Spirituality, New Age, Self-help. An index makes the difference between a good and a very good book.
    http://spaces.msn.comA daily blog--A writer and her quest to publish her novel(s), and a forum to encourage and support artists and writers!
    Georgia Richardson, the Queen of Experiences, is a freelance writer whose articles have appeared in magazines and several anthologies and on Web sites. She offers her take on life's little surprises with her "Lunch Hour Specials."
    Carolyn Howard-Johnson's first novel, This is the Place, and her second book, Harkening: A Collection of Stories Remembered are both award-winners. Her next book, THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER: HOW TO DO WHAT YOUR PUBLISHER WON'T is topping bookstore charts. She was recently awarded Woman of the Year in Arts and Entertainment by the California Legislature and her nitty gritty how-to book, FRUGAL won USA Book News "Best Books 2004" Award in the professional category.
    This Is The PlaceCarolyn Howard-Johnson's first novel, This is the Place, and her second book, Harkening: A Collection of Stories Remembered are both award-winners.
    HarkeningCarolyn Howard-Johnson's first novel, This is the Place, and her second book, Harkening: A Collection of Stories Remembered are both award-winners. She was recently awarded Woman of the Year in Arts and Entertainment by the California Legislature.
    Diary of a Mother: Parenting Stories and Other Stuff tells the tales of an Ivy League educated career woman turned child-dedicated housewife and the ups and downs of 21st century parenting.
    Official website for Vicki M. Taylor, author of dramatic women's fiction.
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    Touted as the "most comprehensive offering in decades," It's Your Move! combines both theory and practice to show you why self-help programs don't always work for you. It demonstrates how change is effected and what to expect along the way in an easy listening 5 CD audio book. ?If you are tired of living inside the 'box', and you are ready to live out your dreams, this is a great place to start!"
    Diana Estill, author's homepageThe author of Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road: Humorous Views on Love, Lust, & Lawn Care, writes about misadventures in travel, home repairs and family relationships.
    Where fun, fashion, food, family and faith merge to empower and inspire boomer women all around the world! Offering Boomer Babes Rock Blog, Dream-Zine, Boomer Books, Events & Teleseminars, mp3 and pdf downloads and much more!
    Primary SourcesPrimary Sources is a writing service offering ghostwriting, editing, writing coaching, and writing & history classes and teleclasses.
    VondaSkelton.comAuthor and speaker Vonda Skelton wears many hats--Christian women's event speaker, children's mystery writer, writer-in-residence in schools, writing instructor, freelance health writer, and RN. And she's soon adding another title--women's book author. Her book, Seeing through the Lies: Unmasking the Myths Women Believe, will be released in January 2008 by Regal Books.
    Authors' Coalition, a group of serious writers both experienced and aspiring, are dedicated to 1) the mutual support and development of each others' careers through the sharing of resources, networking and cross-promotional efforts, and 2) advancing the interests of writers and the writing community in general. It is our intent to provide services that will augment their efforts to write, promote and support one another successfully. Through the spirit of shared work and activities, members may reap mutual benefit.
    The New Book ReviewThis blog is designed to extend the benefit of an author's best and brightest review. Guidlines for submission are in the left column of the blog and I only care that some reviewer loved your book, not the press that printed it.
    This is the home of the How To Do It Frugally Series of books for writers and the literary work of Carolyn Howard-Johnson, winner of Woman of the Year awarded by members of the California Legislature.
    Sharing with Writers and ReadersHere is a blog that includes news, rants and more about publishing--everything from Oprah to avoiding scams.
    Making a Humdrum Book Fair a Sizzling SuccessThis is a blog where writers can come to learn more about book fair opportunities sponsored by Authors' Coalition but also about the value-added promotions that make book fair booths hum. Many of these ideas are straight out of THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER, but new ones are being added all the time.
    Branching Out Life Coaching's founder, Elizabeth Cassidy, supports and motivates Baby Boomer Women as they tap into their courage and change careers or open a business by using their creativity. It's a safe haven where you and your dreams are always respected and honored.
    Mind Over MullisThe car seats are empty, but the nest is still full! When the kids got old enough to twist open the top on their own drink of water, I realized I was old enough to reach for some of my own goals. So in between school pick-ups and soccer games, I began to give the whole thing some deep thought. Unfortunately, deep thought for me involves my head tilted back, my eyes closed, and a pool of drool forming on my T-shirt. While I figure out what to do with myself, I'm inviting you to follow me on my journey. Right now I'm about midway between Pampers and Depends. What's a girl to do?
    Sixtyfive Roses: A Sister's MemoirVisit this website to learn more about Heather's best-selling book, "Sixtyfive Roses: A Sister's Memoir," and to find inspiration and resource material for any woman facing an uphill battle, whether from illness or other life challenges.
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    My website is a user friendly introduction to my background and qualifications (costume design/stylist), my style consulting work, my book "Forever Cool" (Clarkson-Potter/Random House), my new book (due next spring,09 , Random House), my blog, my press, a photo gallery etc.
    Warren, Carmack and AssociatesSharon Carmack is a freelance writer, editor, and professional genealogist. She offers mentoring services to those writing family histories or their personal memoirs. She also teaches memoir and family history writing at Visit her site for more information.
    WOOF: Women Only Over FiftyCelebrating the sisterhood of women over fifty who are still "puppies at heart." A site to laugh and share the "joy" and frustrations of reaching the century mark and beyond.
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    Dianne Sagan - WriterOverview of my writing career, books available, ghostwriting services, and speaking for women's groups.
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