Jazzy Mitchell


Jazzy Mitchell is a storyteller in many forms: writer, educator, editor, attorney—she tells stories, breaking down complex ideas in understandable, interesting ways. She taught English in the public schools of her hometown for a decade, giving back to the system that had helped her so much. During that time she trained and encouraged countless students to write poetry and explore their artistic sides. She likes to recount how law school drove the artist out of her, but over time her artistic instincts reasserted themselves. Besides writing, Jazzy teaches real estate law, writes fanfiction as Jazwriter, edits for other fledging writers, and practices law.
In 2006 Jazzy joined the Lightarian Institute, a company that focuses on personal expansion and self-evolution, serving in a variety of capacities to support the organization such as the position of Director of Education. Over the years Jazzy has worked closely with licensees, editing translated manuals of different languages from all over the world.
In September 2009, Jazzy published her first book, Castles Built on Clouds, a literary novel following three women whose lives intersect one fateful summer as they travel their paths toward self-evolution. She is currently working on the sequel, Forget-Me-Not, which takes place twelve years later.

Jazzy loves to travel, spend time with her wife and children, play with her dogs, and capture the essence of life's journey in all its wonderful forms.

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Lost Treasures
Price: $6.50 USD. Words: 71,090. Language: English. Published: August 30, 2016 by Desert Palm Press. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
While working at a Manhattan clothing boutique, Torry begins to design the window displays. The decorations cause quite a stir, catching the attention of Evelyn, who decides to have her magazine feature the shop, its designs, and the window display designer. As Evelyn's interest in Torry transforms from professional to personal, so do her actions during her quest to keep Torry in her life.

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