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1.Melanie Jean Juneau
Melanie Jean Juneau is a petite wife, writer and mother of nine children an author and journalist who publishes on many online sites. When the words “The Joy of Mothering” popped into her head as a subtitle for her short stories it was like an epiphany for her because those few words verbalized her experience living with little people. The very existence of a joyful mother of nine children seems to confound people. Her writing is a quirky, slice-of-life extract; all in a concise, highly readable style that is humorous and heart warming; thoughtful and thought provoking. It’s the everyday stories we so often overlook that are the real gems in life.
I am a young woman who has a passion for books and writing and has visited many placs on this planet. One could say that this blog is something like my writing portfolio. It helps me to put out my work as a hobby short story writer for the rest of the world to see. I am usually writing for myself in first place, aside from some school assigments involving creative writing. I put up some of my work here because I strongly believe that ideas have to be shared and because I think that life writes the best stories.
I hope this blog is as much of a pleasure to read as it was a pleasure for me to put these ideas on paper.
This blog includes different genres of writings. As I said, I usually write short stories but sometimes I also put down some essays, opinion pieces, travel reports and journalistic articles on paper, as I am a high school journalism student who also really likes to travel.
My high school’s newsblog can be found here: http://kosovafreerunner.weebly.com/
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4. Cate Bryson
Hello, my name is Cate and I am fairly new to the wonderful world of blogging. And I love it.
I’m a fun-loving individual. Happily married to the same guy for 39 years. We have 4 children – 3 adult sons (married and a total of 5 grand children) and one daughter who left this earth at the age of 28 – we miss her.
I grew up on the East Coast of the good ol’ USA. Spent 18 years on the West Coast then 20 back on the East Coast and now I find myself in the heartland for the last 4 years.
I climbed the Great Wall of China – when I say climbed – I mean climbed!I attended a Police Academy for 10 days when I was 51 – ugh.
I am in love with Creation and especially THE Creator. He is my best friend.
I love to write and I love to bake – especially pie – and I love to crochet – among other creative things……..I am passionate about the potential I see in others…….. I want to help them get to where they want to be. My husband calls me a Cheer-Leader! You CAN do it!
6. Courtney Frey
About Author Bio: I am the oldest of three, and the mother of three. I started blogging because God led me to do it. I had never heard of a blog prior to writing. I write short stories, poetry and post about my part being a caregiver for my brother who is suffering from the disease M.S.A.
Hello to all! My name is Christine Lee, but I go by CeeLee.
I’m a blogger, an aspiring writer, and a mom to a nine year son who goes by the nickname of Duck. Oh yeah, and I have one hella wicked case of adult ADHD. In case you haven’t clued into that yet. You will. Consider me the straight guy for prat falls of the cosmic variety.
My blog is named Swim In The Adult Pool (shark free, ADHD friendly) in which I chronicle a few of the best and the worst of my ADHD family feats and follies. Every day is a new adventure for us. Some of those adventures end well and some…um not so.My source for blogging material likely won’t dry up in the near future, not with a nine year old Duck, a redneck other half who has an odd propensity for suddenly yelling,”Yeah!” for no particular reason I can discern, and my own talent of looking at and breaking anything electronic. I’m the Medusa of the tech world, hear me roar.I live to write. I can’t not write just as easily as I can’t not breathe. I suppose you can say that I aspire, I dream, and I hope. Mostly though, I want to show my son that you can succeed in life, despite the odds. The blog was started for him in hopes that my own dream will come true. I want to be published.Life is never dull around my place. Come see what I mean. Just be sure to bring your own life jacket, as I’m not responsible for drowning by laughter.
10 GEORGESCU MADALINA-ELENA
I am Georgescu Madalina-Elena. My nickname is Victoria G. and will write to the land of Oltenia, to bring in your house and soul the joy and warmth, harmony and happiness, musicality and wonderful words in fantasy stories embraced and not only that.
The pen will be the crown that will unite my heart to your heart and all you leave behind will be a blue flame.
I hope you enjoy my writing and with this I’m finishing my short presentation. I hope not to disappoint you and the time you are beside me, everything will be just fine.
You just can find me here, on my extremely exotic place: http://destinepierdute.wordpress.com/ and here: http://wintericemagic.wordpress.com/.
I can be easily find on my e-mail address: email@example.com.
Originally from Belgium (with English being my 4th language, just in case you think my grammar is a bit funny), living in Ireland 10 years, nearly 11 years now. Got the accent to prove it, the attitude to match it and I’m almost just as fierce. At least I think I am. The longer I’m here, the more I want to be here. I stomp my way through life and tackle whatever comes my way. When I can do so in my tall Doc Martens’ boots, I’m the happiest lass around.
Talkative, always looking after other people instead of looking after myself, a real book-lover and sometimes a bit too honest. I never kissed the Blarney Stone yet I can talk for Ireland and still have enough to talk for other countries also. I fight for what I believe in and I am stubborn as hell. Giving up is not listed in my dictionary. Beneath the serious look on my face is a little leprechaun out for mischief. My aim is to make other people laugh because whether on purpose or not, slapstick is my middle name.
Life with multiple sclerosis is quite often an uphill battle, but I do not let it bring me down. Eight years after my diagnosis and 3.5 years after retiring from work I have found a schedule, a system, a way of living that suits me well. Main symptoms are fairly the same since retiring, with only my fatigue uncontrollable at times, so no steep decline has emerged. I refuse to write “not emerged yet,” because I have time, the pharmaceutical world and holistic therapies at my side. Adapting to severe fatigue still is somewhat of a war between my head and the rest of me but grace to a great bed, lots of free time and understanding friends and family, I can rest and relax as much as I need to.
While what I will now write may sound gibberish, weird or totally crazy to you (and other healthy people), but MS has given me much more than just the illness itself. Since my diagnosis, I am much more philosophical (get out of the way Nietzsche and Schopenhauer, Willeke has arrived), optimistic and in love with life. The more physical pains I have, the more I want to live. The more fatigue gets in my way, the more I want to stay up all night (ex-boyfriends and friends/colleagues will attest to this because they’ve seen me fall asleep in cinemas, at house parties and when entertaining friends at home). I am glad I was diagnosed with MS because without it, I would have ended up chasing materialistic goals that in the end mean nothing. Now I chase happiness, self awareness and love for everyone I know. I never do things by half.In love with Ireland. Mad about psychology, writing, books, reading, life, family, nature, literature, photography, history, geography, art, more books, rugby, libraries, bookshops, studying, religion and so on… and again… my brilliant, tall, black, 20-eye Dr Martens boots.
Yep… life is good. Despite chronic pain and despite living a life the slow way.
From the time I was a young kid, writing has been my passion. I’ve always been a writer I just didn’t know it until much later. For me, it is easier to express my thoughts on paper than with the spoken word. I enjoy making people feel an array of emotions with my writing. I like my audience to laugh one moment, cry the next and clench their jaws after that.My love of animals and nature are often incorporated in my stories. You’ll read intriguing things about various animals, nature and natural disasters commingled in my character driven novels.
I love to read almost as much as I love to write. Some of my favorite authors are Stephen King, Michael Crichton, Anne Rice, J.R.R. Tolkien, J.K. Rowling and Dan Brown.
13.Sheri S. Bessi
I am just a girl, I exist, I am a human just like you.I search daily for some sanity in my humanity.Shortly after turning 16, I had complications from a botched surgery and hemorraged to death.I experienced what many call a near death experience (NDE).For me it was not what most people say they experience … a beautiful light and a sense of well being.
Yes I saw the spirit world. Yes I realized that death was just the beginning of something different. I even felt welcomed.
But I also felt frightened. I didn’t want to leave earth.
This experience opened my eyes to the fact that I am truly more than flesh and bone. I am also essence.I hope as you read my writings that you can catch a glimpse of what is inside of me, the dying human with an eternal soul.
I have been given the gift, the passion and the life experiences that enable me to write about the other side of ugly through these Letters to Humanity.
Thank you for walking on this journey with me.
I hope that you too will discover that you are not here on earth alone to suffer for nothing.Something wonderful awaits you every.
Sheri … Also known as Eternally Me
14. Anna Kristell
Anna Kristell is a small town gal from southern Indiana with a passion for romance. She has lived in Ohio, Oklahoma, and Texas, but returned to Indiana in 2005, where she resides with her husband. An avid romance reader since her teen years, it has always been her dream to create love stories of her own.
Crossroad to Love, her first novel, will be published in January, 2013 by Lazy Day Publishing, followed by The Road To Her Heart in March and The Road To His Soul in May. Anna is planning to continue the series with several more romances in the coming months.
Rebel Ink Press will be releasing Unlikely Lovers in February and Sunny’s Love in April. New characters and storylines continue to find their way into her thoughts and as long as they do, Anna plans to keep sharing them with you.
When she is not writing, she can be found at her day job in the billing department of a local community mental health center, reading, traveling, or spending time with family and friends. Anna has a grown daughter and son and three grandchildren.
You may contact her at:
http://www.annakristellromance.com and check out her weekly blog articles at http://www.annakristell6.wordpress.com. Anna can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.
Trice worked in the nursing field as a certified nursing assistant for 20 years. In her free time writing became her passion. which led her to write a memoir and a host of poetry. With her education level being only a junior year in high school. Her independent writing skills became exceptionally well. Given the fact that she wrote this memoir and her poetry in the raw essence of her life. With not having any prior writing lessons. In hopes of reaching or attracting the younger generation of young ladies and possibly the older women well for all women for that matter. To encourage, inspire, and reach out them that even tho we as woman go through and face hardships in life. We can still conquer our dreams. By her third book that she planned to have published she will have been achieved her goals of pursing her college education with gaining her Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science and Graphic Web design. So to all of our young ladies, older women of the world. Please don’t let the weight of the world stop you from achieving your dreams. Thank you be God bless you all. Trice
I have so many ideas in my head, and a LOT of time on my hands. My kids are all almost grown.
They hardly need me anymore, except to cook for them.
i would LOVE to be writer…
My experiences as an English teacher of teenagers inform my work. When I’m not reading and writing YA books, you might find me published in literary journals–including the acclaimed Del Sol Review–editing author manuscripts, teaching writing conferences, or tutoring disadvantaged kids, unless I’m undercover as a mystery shopper in Northern California.
Lets go back in time to 1995ish…
My english gcse at age 13-15 was let down by my falling asleep, writing poetry instead of short stories, or poetic poetry reflection instead of write ups about war poetry. And doing my final exam analisys on “ten years in an open neck shirt” instead of shakespeare or whatever. Which was a book by john cooper clarke with swearing, blatent drug references and down beat attitudes towards the drudgery of a poets life. I found it interesting that he did not always use full stops and capital letters in the right places, yet had clout and passion to his reflective descent, although I was a bit too late for the era. Everyone else was taking drunks, drinking cider, getting off with girls, I was listening to radio two and writing poems about puss coming from vacination scabs and superheros who just wanted to die but could not. The book “Ten years in an open neck shirt” I found in my godmothers book collection when I visited her council flat not far from the new london theatre where aparently there was a show called “cats”. I read out my first and only public peformance of poetry at a club called bungees at age roughly 14, the pieces were about how boring washing up is and how toilet seats that do not stay up are “feminist toilet seats”. Aparently Bob dylan and John cooper clarke had peformed at the club many years before, when I got there they were selling awfull vegatarian food and were filled with acid casualties and bohemian loosers, I guess now they are my people, my forefathers. That is all..
19. Skeptical Stringer
I have always loved writing but have never had the courage to share my passion with other people. Since I started blogging, I realized that I love sharing my ideas, opinions and stories with others.My blog is a mix of things. I share my opinions on different topics, some personal thoughts and short stories. As I progress with blogging, i’m sure there will be much more to see!
I hope you enjoy reading my posts as much as enjoy writing them.
20.Amos van der Merwe
Writing has always been there, lurking in the background and forcing me back to the keyboard. Initially (like all addictions) I thought I could control it by writing a column for Runner’s World. Then came the travelling articles for Leisure Wheels. By that time I should have known I wouldn’t be able to kick the habit.
Choosing to retire at a relatively early age from my Urological practice to feed my addiction, I wrote Facing Surgery With Christ, published by Tate in the USA. In the book I addressed the anxiety of patients with life-threatening diseases. Why? During my time as cancer surgeon I found that doctors don’t tell patients what they need to hear. If somebody tells you that you are going to die, you need something to hold on, at least. It is useless to get lost in medical jargon; you need a realistic and sympathetic approach you can understand. The feedback on Facing Surgery convinced me to keep on writing.
The opportunity arose to explore the personality of one of our extremist politicians and with it the challenge to see if a moderate thinker (like me) could understand the radical mind of Eugene Terre’Blanche. The result was a memoir/biography that was completed a short time before his murder. This book appeared in Afrikaans and was later translated into English.
So, here I am: lost in the world of words and stories. My hobby has become a passion. With two more manuscripts at the publishers, I have decided to explore the horizon set by Amazon and Kindle. With the expert help e-Books for Africa provides, Imagine:Africa! is now available. The text was thoroughly edited to ensure easy reading.
I live on the south coast of South Africa where my writing room overlooks the endless Indian Ocean. For company I have a family of mongooses that recycle my kitchen scraps and a pheasant with an attitude. They live the way they should: free to roam in the nature reserve where I stay.
In a way they are just like me: our world knows no boundaries.
My name is Nancy and I blog under the name Strawberryindigo.
I enjoy writing, it makes me happy. I would like to share this happiness with you. I believe I have a unique perspective on life and I have much to say. I can be opinionated and feisty and a bit over the top sometimes but I am honest and I care. I am inspired by our colorful planet full of life and all its beautiful forms. I believe that optimism is contagious and that nothing is impossible.
I am interested in interesting people and meaningful and intelligent conversation. I value all opinions and I like to explore all sides of an issue.
Visit me at my blog. I’d love to see you there!
My Life in Color: http://strawberryindigo.wordpress.com/
On Twitter: https://twitter.com/theindigoside
About Author Bio: I am a full time working married mom dealing daily with the rollercoaster of a ride being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. I started researching Fibromyalgia and it’s evil sidekicks to better understand what could be in my future. Writing is cheaper then therapy. I decided to share my experiences and along with my Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/#) encourage others that I may have Fibromyalgia and 12 other symptoms/diseases but I still am a Fibro Warrior ~ Living Life.
About Author Bio: A tiny description of me
My name is Ekaterina, nickname Katya Rules. I became a professional blogger and internet-marketer half year ago. It happened unexpectedly and I never thought that I would do something like this in the past.. Now I think that nothing in my life was unnecessary and prepared me for this way of life.. Everything I did..everything I tried..all my possibilities and talents work for me now. I know to write different kind of blogs, I know what content attracts and guide people to act.. I write both for my pleasure and my success and income. Have a few blogs. Some of them are corporate, some are private. I prefer blogs on WordPress as they have a high page range in the famous search systems. I also know that blogging is an only economic way to boost sales of a business. Blogging is a profession of future and a great,creative profession! I would rename it Information Coordinator. If you’re a blogger each of you may become famous.. your blogs can make you (or product) famous…
24. Jasmine Green
About Author Bio: As an English Literature student, reading and writing come as natural enjoyments. However, the aspiration to become an author came before my desire to study Literature and one day, hopefully, everyone will know why. I’m writing with a goal in mind, but I never discourage the overall happiness that writing can give to you.
BIO: Living in County Meath Ireland with my husband of thirty years, with two grown children who have stepped from the nest, I now have more time for writing and me.
I am a student of 10th grade and i am a Muslim.
I am from Pakistan(Baluchistan).
I love writing and it is my profession.
I am a radical spirit filled Christian.
I live in the great little city of Chico California with my best friend and wife Nancy. We have had the joy of 3 children Trevor, Justin, and Lauren.
My passion is writing and researching the things The Lord of ALL shows me. He has the most amazing imagination and sense of humor. I hope I can accurately portray those for you.
BIO: 20 year old Indian girl born in Nairobi, raised between Nairobi and Dubai.
Currently dwelling amidst the bustle of London and Kent.
Former book report writer, current book reader and aspirant of a bright future.
Hello, people of the Earth and beyond!
To me, there is nothing quite as powerful as the written word. Seeing as I tend not to stick to one (genre?) of writing, my work vary from rants to general thoughts to unrhymed poetry. Also, I am looking to restart my book reports. So, a little bit of everything. Any criticism will be highly appreciated.
Have a wonderful life and keep reading!
Oh, did I mention I am a cat lover?
BIO: Life throws you curved balls and you get hit first, then dodge them and eventually learn to hit them away. I’m in the process of getting hit right now.
I’m an Architect who is working in an NGO, teaching kids English and doing research on teaching kids English as a second language.
My blog started off as a vent and is now growing into a journal of sorts. I have grown so much as a blogger over the past few years and I love hearing what people have to say about what I write, so please feel free to leave comments. Kudos to what lies ahead, then!! 🙂
BIO: I am Wenna.
18 years old.
I am a second year BA English (Creative Writing) at the University of the Philippines Mindanao.
Well, I want to become a writer and express all my heartaches and happiness in life. But I guess writing is not only about expressing. I write because I love and appreciate art. It is my pleasure living in the world of art. So, that’s it. Maybe with this blog, it will help me become more mature in writing and of course develop my own personality as a person ! Yippee :
About Author Bio: Being creative by nature causes an urge in me to write. I write whenever the chance arises. Not all my writings have been blogged or published…but still, I have a need to write
I write what is in my heart, no more, no less.
BIO: Wade runs a center of the developmentally disabled and serves in the church as an elder and youth leader. As a pastor, he is nearly beside himself with the desire to plant a church or whatever other step of faith God might have in mind.
BIO: Very brief, retired after 50 years at the coal face and enjoying life started scribbling away about 23/24 years ago still learning – signed up to social media by my son – still learning the ropes here also – retirement allows me enjoy lots more time with wife, daughter, son & grandson – exercising my golf clubs & staying up late to burn the midnight oil & constantly giving the saw dust a shake & being amazed that people still drop by to see the results that flows from my quill.
BIO: If human beings are anything, they are communicators. For me, writing is a favored method of communication. I love the creative tension of transferring into written words deep, unseen passion and personal truths. I’m a feminist, and for me everything is first seen through that lens. I often write about patriarchy because I am a woman and have lived by its rules for decades, and now I am wise. And even though what I write is about R-evolution, what I am actually writing about is relationship and a timely, heroic insurrection of human consciousness and spirit. Truth and Beauty are what I love.
BIO: Hi! I’ve just completed study at Coventry University with a 2:1 BA in English, and am now a social media intern who writes blogs and online content for a living. I’m in the process of editing my (hopefully debut) novel, the first in a futuristic young adult series called “Harmony”, and when this is finished, I will attempt to have it published.
BIO: I agree and we will continue to destroy ourselves under the sway of illusion that things are getting better…how about that…well spoken.
BIO: Welcome to the wonderful world of Wiley. Author. Packer fan. Man’s best friend. I am a five-year old terrier mutt with a big heart and a thoughtful mind. Thus I have decided to share my philosophies on joy, sorrow and life’s fascinating lessons via my blog.
BIO: I am a Mosotho found in Lesotho, an enclave state masked by the Republic of South Africa. Though my country is forever shadowed by this country, it refuses to remain hidden and shines with its ‘liquid Gold’ and high altitude. Similarly I want to rise above the tribulations and charge to my dreams.
I am a mother of one precious beautiful 3 year old and nothing would make me happier than to share new discoveries with her but the current nature of earning a living stands in the way.
however I hope that through a few that we share, the memories can survive to the next generation or serve to let her know more of her mother as she matures.
with accounts of different aspects of my life I also hope to inspire more and make a change in someone’s even if for a while
BIO: Kevin Cooper was born in Hull, East Yorkshire, England in 1963
He moved to the USA in 1985 where he first obtained a GED in Kentucky.
He then obtained a scholarship and went on to study at Western KY University for two years. He transferred some of his credits to Asbury College and obtained a BA in Psychology in 1991
He studied at Asbury Theological Seminary for a year and then moved to Arizona.
In 1998 he obtained an M.ed from Grand Canyon University where he was awarded a Fellowship.
He was a substitute teacher for several high school districts in and around Phoenix for over six years. He became a Manager for The Hertz Corporation in 1999-2004. during this time he also became a lecturer of General Studies at the Metropolitan College of Court Reporting.
In 2004 he returned to England with the dream of becoming a writer. He however then set his mind to other things and after few jobs got a position working in the NHS where he stayed for almost six years.
Finally having to come out of work to look after his wife. He set his heart to writing again and has since become an author.