Jeannie Walker


Award-Winning Author
First and foremost, I want to thank you for choosing my true stories over many others that are available to you.
I am sincerely grateful that you’ve chosen my books to read.

Bio: My debut book (true crime story) “Fighting the Devil” was selected as the 2010 BOOK OF THE YEAR SILVER AWARDS WINNER and 2011 NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARDS FINALIST in TRUE CRIME.
My books also include a true story about my near death experience and return from death’s door “I Saw the Light”.
A true story about my encounter with a ghost and other ghostly encounters "Thomas, The Friendly Ghost".
A full color illustrated children’s short story “The Rain Snake”- a true story about the magic of a Native American Indian Legend and the magic in prayer.

I studied creative writing in New York and Connecticut and a member of the International Association of Writers. I am an avid reader and a real-life Sherlock Holmes.

Where to find Jeannie Walker online

Where to buy in print


Forever in My Heart - A True Story of Coincidence and Destiny
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 27,420. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » True Crime » Murder
The Barrow Gang was in the same area where my grandmother was murdered. Unlocking the secret was stranger than anyone could imagine.
Thomas, The Friendly Ghost
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 21,140. Language: English. Published: June 18, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration
If you enjoy ghost stories, you'll love my true story about ghostly encounters. I had my first supernatural experience when I was ten years old. I've seen apparitions and felt the presence of ghosts many times.
I Saw the Light
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 9,740. Language: English. Published: May 18, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
This is a true story of a Near-Death Experience. This extraordinary story tells how the author died, what she saw when she passed over to the other side ... and came back.
The Rain Snake
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 5,640. Language: English. Published: April 7, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Lifestyles / Country Life
A children's book in full color about magic of an Indian Legend and magic in prayer,

Jeannie Walker's favorite authors on Smashwords

Smashwords book reviews by Jeannie Walker

  • Never Say I Can't (C.V.A. A hard way back) on Jan. 31, 2012

    A PERSONAL TRIUMPH FOR ALL TO READ! Philip Robinson was a dedicated policeman, who believed in serving others. Philip doesn't think he is a kind man, but he is just that. At the age of 30, Philip is suddenly thrown into a battle to survive what doctors called a CVA, some call the illness a stroke. Philip worked hard to recover from his sudden illness. At the time of his stroke, his marriage was struggling. After the stroke, he and his wife worked hard to rebuild the relationship, things seemed to be getting better until his wife met a younger man at work. She was flattered by the younger man's attention, and eventually the marriage between Philip and her was destroyed. As many other people sometimes do, Philip had many ups and downs and times of sadness and despair. He had lost his faith in Christianity as a young boy after the death of his young brother. As an adult, Philip just couldn't come to terms with Christianity and that there was a loving God, who actually cared. However, when nothing else seemed to work for him, Philip turned to prayers. He was hesitant but waited patiently for help and comfort from his prayers to God and continued to carry on the best he could. He was hoping God had heard him when he prayed, for he was in dire need of help. God did answer Philip's prayers and turned his entire life around for the better with happiness, laughter and another love in his life. That didn't mean, Philip did not have trying times in the future, for he surely did. But, God pulled him through, teaching him to forgive and love again. As Philip says, "I turned to God in prayer and I persevered. Prayer works. For everything I have lost, I have gained a thousand times over." This book is not about Philip and his faith. It is about enduring suffering and surviving above all odds and learning forgiveness. I encourage everyone to get this awesome book and read it. The words Philip writes will come in handy when & if you get in the same dire circumstances of being confused and terrified. One never knows what the future holds, does one? Philip's success doesn't end on the last page of this book. His author profile mentions that, years later, when faced with difficulties again,..."When nothing else seemed to work..."
  • Smashwords Style Guide on June 26, 2012

    A WONDERFUL GUIDE for authors and especially Indie authors, like myself, who didn't know the first thing about publishing an ebook. It helped me to publish an ebook of my Award-Winning True Crime book "Fighting the Devil", which was already available in paperback and hard copy. The guide offers simple step-bystep instructions that are easy to understand and comply with, and Mark Coker is generous enough to offer it free to all. It is definitely required reading for any author who wants to distribute their work on a marvelous place like Smashwords- the ultimate distributor for major ebook retailers. Thanks Mark- I can't begin to tell you how much I appreciate you sharing your knowledge and kindness.
  • Wormwood on June 28, 2012

    The mythical creatures in this novel are larger than life. The author shows the readers glimpses that the main character, Kali Michaels, is a strong and fascinating woman. Early in her life, she meets a man with whom she feels a strong attachment. Her world turns upside down when years later she finds the same man standing in the same place on the mountain peak. She learns he is a half-human, half-angel that helped destroy Earth to send God's children home for judgment. Kali learns many things from Tiamat. She gains extra traits from an accidental contact with the half-angels blood. These traits and her own ability help her survive as she battles to find and save survivors in the post-apocalyptic world. My only complaint is that I wish the author had used a little more dialogue. Other than that I found it to be an intriguing and enjoyable read.
  • Phantasy on Dec. 06, 2013

    At some times or another in our lives, I believe we have all had to battle anger. The main character in this different kind of novel has a problem dealing with anger. However, reading this novel could help a person deal somewhat with our own unenthusiastic issues and distractions. For I believe all of us have been unhappy at some point in our lives, and I know that negative emotions can drain us of energy and ambition. Time is too short to be pessimistic and have a defeatist attitude, which is why I do everything I can to keep a positive, optimistic and supportive attitude. We can't be cheerful all the time but it won't break our face to crack a smile. If and when you get a chance to read this fascinating adventure it might help you find an outlet to happiness, if you feel you need one. Personally, I like a story that is written in the first person and really liked it that this one had a glossary to help readers understand terms we might not otherwise understand. "Phantasy" contains some explicit language and overtones you might not agree with, so I suggest you keep an open mind while reading it. That being said, I believe the novel is creative and could peak your curiosity, and who isn't a little curious?
  • The Guardians Book 1: Path to Vengeance on Dec. 15, 2013

    Who wouldn't have nightmares and severe depression when people we love are brutally murdered? The main character in this novel feels as though his life was ripped apart when his brother, father & fiancée were all killed by raiders. He vows revenge and sets out on a path to vengeance. This is an interesting novel and it has very interesting characters with intriguing scenes that the author cleverly conjures up in your mind as you read. Get ready to be transported into a world of science fiction and be ready to gaze skyward. Jeannie Walker (Award Winning Author) "Fighting the Devil" - A True Story of Consuming Passion, Deadly Poison, and Murder
  • Severed Hearts on March 23, 2014

    I admit I like love stories ... This short novel isn’t a scorcher ... it just slowly pulls you in. I think it is a love story with a message: “Don’t let material things come between you and God - Always put God first.” For He knows who holds tomorrow. As one of my favorite Carpenter’s song goes,”We’ve Only Begun to Live”. My friends - there is a place where there’s room to grow, with so much of life ahead. I hope each of you enjoys life to the fullest and watch the signs along the way. I also hope you will shout a big hello to Lauren ... read her work and then write a review for her. She has some charming heroes and spitfire, sassy heroines in her “G” rated stories. Jeannie Walker (Award-Winning Author)