Heather Hummel

Biography

Heather Hummel is the Photographer in Charge at Heather Hummel Photography where she spreads her Pixel Dust in landscape, portrait and extreme sports photography.

She's also an author. Her works include:

Fiction:

Journals from the Heart Series:

Whispers from the Heart (2011)
Write from the Heart (2011)

Nonfiction:
Signs from the Universe (2011)

Gracefully: Looking and Being Your Best at Any Age Valerie Ramsey with Heather Hummel (McGraw Hill, 2008), - Merit Award of the 2009 Mature Media Awards,

Heather's books have appeared in newspapers such as: Publishers Weekly, USA Today and the Washington Post; and in magazines that include: Body & Soul, First, and Spry Living, a combined circulation of nearly 15 million.

Photography :
www.HeatherHummelPhotography.com

Books:
www.heatherhummel.net

Facebook Fan Page Photography: www.Facebook.com/HeatherHummelPhotography

Facebook Fan Page Author:
www.Facebook.com/HeatherHummelFanPage

Twitter: www.Twitter.com/#HeatherHummel

Copyright statement -All photographs are the copyright ownership of Heather Hummel. Any use beyond viewing them on this blog - that includes printing, distributing, selling, or any other use - is prohibited without written consent from Heather Hummel.

Where to find Heather Hummel online


Where to buy in print


Books

Write from the Heart (Journals from the Heart Series Book #2)
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 57,430. Language: English. Published: January 13, 2013. Category: Fiction » Women's fiction » Chick lit
Journals are a woman's best friend... When Samantha Sounder quits her office manager job the day after yet another boyfriend breaks up with her, the emotional havoc of these two events launches the beginning of her new life.
Whispers from the Heart (Journals from the Heart Series Book #1)
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 59,240. Language: English. Published: January 13, 2013. Category: Fiction » Women's fiction » Chick lit
Whispers: The heart's way of speaking... Madison Ragnar is a high school English teacher determined to connect with her students, to finish the next running race with a respectable time, and to avoid ever falling in love again.

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