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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.
on April 07, 2014 :
It only took a few days to read Fighting With the Devil. Very well written and kept my attention. Never boring. I didn't want to put it down. I am impressed with the factual detailing of events as well as the author's emotional testimonies from herself and others as the timelines of events are revealed. Sometimes painfully transparent and trusting, the author allows the reader to digest her story without bias. Readers can make up their own minds if justice was served. God's justice may turn slowly, but His will is always done.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
on June 19, 2012 :
I could not put this book down once I started reading it. It is a inspirational true story. I admire the author's honesty and truth, and the courage to share this true story with the world. I highly recommend this book.
Jeannie Walker kept my attention and I could feel that she wrote this book from the heart....and I believe that takes a very good writer.
This true crime story records human shortcomings and the whole gambit of human motivations and passions--love and hate, greed and selflessness, good and evil. The author tells the story in her own way, her own style, while sharing her religious journey from spiritual darkness into the light. Regardless of whether or not you share her viewpoint about good and evil, God and the devil, I believe every reader will readily join this author as this story unfolds, waiting until the very last page to see if justice prevails.
It is a Keeper!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)