Tammy Cravit is a California-based author and photojournalist whose work has been published in national, local and regional magazines, including The Writer, Rangefinger, Paralegal Today, and others. The author of more than 300 published articles, she's also ghost-written two non-fiction books and served as a technical reviewer for "Internet Insecurity", a 2001 non-fiction book by best-selling Internet author Harley Hahn.
In 2005, Tammy was a contributor as well as the editor and production coordinator, for "Slices of Life", an anthology of the Lompoc Writers Association. Look for "Slices of Life" on the Kindle Store and on Smashwords, where it was just re-released.
Tammy is hard at work on several fiction and non-fiction projects, so watch this space and her Web site for more details!
Tammy is also a certificated paralegal, a recovering software developer, and a past member of both the Professional Photographers of California and the American Society of Media Photographers. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, an international organization for female mystery and crime writers.
Where to find Tammy Cravit online
Slices of Life: An Anthology of the Lompoc Writers Assocation
If you sit a dozen painters before a bowl of fruit and ask them to paint what they see, you’ll get a dozen distinct works of art, each presenting a slice of life according to their individual rendering of shadow and light. Within this book you may be amused or amazed, saddened or cheered, angered or soothed. But we hope that no matter what, you’ll enjoy our "Slices of Life".
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