Jeanne Marie


Women Who Think Too Much,
A No Help At all Handbook
Smashwords Edition, 2013.

Women Who Think Too Much. Newsletter. 24 Issues.
Publisher, Editor. 1998-2000

Drag Review Magazine, IHRA
International Hot Rod Association, Norwalk, Ohio.
Feature articles, Green Light Gang columnist, photographer. 2002-2007

Tulsa International Raceway Park
Personal assistant to owner, press secretary, track photographer, promotions,
Coordinator for racing events. 2000-2002.

American Drag News
Ashbury, Missouri
Drag racing publication, monthly articles, columnist, photographer. 1998-2001.

Business and Professional Women, Owasso, OK Chapter.
Promotional Manager.
Bi-monthly articles, photos, for BPW. 1997-98.

The Owasso Reporter, Retherford Publications, Inc.
Local news. Reports and promotional articles for Business and Professional Women.
Owasso, OK. 1997-99.

Cooweescoowee, Rogers University, Claremore, OK. College journal, poetry. 1996-1997.

Tulsa Friends of the Library 24th Annual Creative Writing Contest,
Honorable Mention, Published Essay, “Hand That Rocks The Cradle.” 2001.

Tulsa Friends of the Library 23rd Annual Creative Writing Contest,
First Place, Published Essay, “Remember When You Used To Call Me Grace?” 2000.

Tulsa Friends of the Library 20th Annual Creative Writing Contest.
First Place, Unpublished Essay, “Don’t Call Me Mama.” 1997.

The Healing Woman, an International Publication.
The Healing Woman Foundation. Featured article. 1997.

Tulsa Woman, Trend Publication. Featured article, photos. 1996.

Reflections, Wordshop Publications. Poetry. 1997.

Modern Poetry Society. Poetry. 1995.

World Treasury of Golden Poems. 1990

World of Poetry.
Golden Poet Award. 1988, 1989-1991.

Alcoholism & Addiction Magazine. Poetry, 1989.

The New Jersey Tribune. Poetry. 1985.

Moonchild. An anthology of women’s verse and prose. Poetry. 1976.

True Confessions. Feature article.

Where to find Jeanne Marie online

Where to buy in print


The Last Story, A Tribute to Dean Koontz
Price: Free! Words: 1,630. Language: English. Published: July 26, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General
Excerpt from The Last Story "Several days have since passed. The electricity has been out since the night of that dreadful storm. I write by candlelight, because I will not sleep. I am driven by a need to record the horror that has become our reality. Perhaps if I force myself to commit the insanity to paper it will become a story, fiction."
Women Who Think Too Much
Price: Free! Words: 13,820. Language: English. Published: February 20, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Codependency, Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Dysfunctional relationships
In a unique approach to codependency, the author shares her practical tips for successfully becoming codependent. Dark humor fuels this fearsome narrative. After she draws you in, she smacks you with the reality meter, turning your preconceived notions of her 12-Slip program upside down.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jeanne Marie

  • Tainted Waters on July 11, 2013

    Tainted Waters by Maggie Thom Thom’s book was like one of my Nana’s triple layered chocolate cakes, impossible to walk away from without licking the plate. (No, I did not lick my Nook. However, this was a one-night read for me and that’s my highest compliment.) This truth-seeking journey had danger, betrayal, generational family ties and romance. It was captivating from the very first page and it caught my full attention. Thom mixed all the right ingredients to create a delicious recipe for an entertaining night under the covers. I wasn’t putting down Tainted Waters until I knew that Sam and Keegan were…oops! Can’t tell you! The plot’s seamless, twisting turns and the tension-building exploits kept me flipping the pages. The characters had depth and color, they were very easy to connect with and I’m looking forward to reading more books by Maggie Thom. People always say, “Don’t quit your day job.” Well, it’s definitely not true in this case.