My life as a writer began in third grade when I wrote a poem to express my longing for a horse. The affirming feedback from readers helped to launch a living and a life.
I have retired from fulltime writing that makes a living but still write to make a life, doing the kind of writing I love the most, i.e. sharing words that I hope make a positive difference. The first draft of another book has been completed, a book on growing up on a Michigan farm is in progress, and a monthly feature for Michigan Farmer called “Barn Spotlight” continues to be a joy to do well into its sixth year.
Additionally, in 2017 with the help of fellow barn lovers, a fund with the Battle Creek Community Foundation known as Barn Believers Community Project Fund, was launched to raise money that can in turn be used to help nonprofit groups carry out projects to inspire, educate, and help people save our valuable traditional American barns.
To see “Barn Spotlight” features from Michigan Farmer, please visit www.michiganfarmer.com and search by “barns.” I am delighted to say too, that my colleague, Pamela Gray, known as the Lady Barn Consultant in Ohio, does a parallel feature which appears in Ohio Farmer. Thank you Pam!
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