Jeannie Palmer


Best Selling Author, passionate writer, blogger, freelancer, mom of two boys, adventurer in life and spirituality, and torch bearer for stray animals.

Jeannie Palmer is an avid reader and writer. She receives excellent reviews from everyone who reads her work, including such notables as Richard L. Jennings and Dr. Joyce Knudsen.

Focused on child psychology, her work often filters through young adult dilemmas and their resolution through modern language and rhetoric.

“Palmer is a woman with a soul that shines like a nearby planet in the night summer sky. Incredibly, it shines just as brightly in her work.”
~ Richard W. Jennings, Author of Orwell’s Luck.

“We have all been in situations where we needed something to get us through what we perceive to be a horrific experience…a warm hug, an imaginary friend…a red ball!
This book forces you to get out of your comfort zone and go into the mind of a small child and what they experience that could be any one of us. This is an amazing story and an amazing writer…the making of a best-seller.”

~ Dr. Joyce M. Knudsen, Ph.D., author of The Generational Puzzle, Symbols: The Art of Communication, Successful Failures, From Head to Soul® for Women, From Head to Soul® for Men, From Head to Soul® International.

Smashwords Interview

How do you approach cover design?
To me, cover design should be a reflection of the story taking place inside the book. As I write, I have a particular image in my minds eye, a certain way of "seeing" what's going on. Often, cover design will go through many steps, beginning with my original idea and working with others, behind the scenes, to bring it to life.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
As a young girl, I read Island of the Blue Dolphins,as a school requirement. I fell in love with the lead character in the book, a strong girl, who fought not just for her own survival, but her younger brothers as well. It was an engaging read for a very imaginative young girl, like myself, taking me to a far off place and letting me experience the excitement of adventure while being safe inside my own cozy little room. It's was escapism from what I deemed my seemingly "ordinary life" taking me to an extraordinary new world.

To Kill a Mockingbird is another all time favorite of mine. As a youth, this book felt so dark and mysterious to me, even though I didn't fully understand the message it was sending at the time. As an adult, I've reread it multiple times, each time coming away with something new.

All Creatures Great and Small, All Things Wise and Wonderful and All Things Bright and Beautiful, written by James Herriot, because anything to do with animals appealed to me at a young age. I imagined myself following in Mr. Herrior's footsteps, becoming a veterinarian and caring for all God's beautiful creatures.
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Where to find Jeannie Palmer online

Twitter: @Mybliss1
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 26,110. Language: English. Published: December 26, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Family, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Drama
Life has suddenly become very complicated for twelve year old Vanessa. Dealing with her parent’s separation, moving into a new house and becoming estranged from her two best friends has been a breeze compared to what lays in store for her with the discovery of a mysterious glass ball that possesses horrifyingly strange powers.

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