Jeannine Vegh, M.A.,I.M.F.T., has her graduate degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on Somatic Psychology, from John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, California. She received her undergraduate degree in Liberal Arts and Psychology from Antioch University in Santa Barbara. In addition she holds an undergraduate degree in Merchandising and Marketing from The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, California.
Her work experience includes ten years as a social worker with Head Start and Children’s Protective Services in California. Ms. Vegh continues to write fiction and has four selections available for purchase here on Smashwords.com. Ms. Vegh was an active member of the California Writers Club for six years. She now resides in Ohio, where she grew up.
Credits for the drawing of the little boy on Foster Child goes to Betty Auchard from California and it was first published in the Writers Talk newsletter for the California Writers Club - South Bay Branch.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I am a holistic psychotherapist and I organize a meetup group that is focused on the classics as well as foreign and independent films.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I don't read ebooks as I prefer to get the book (or magazine) in my hand. I use this venue because it is the way of our society. For myself though, I tend to be old fashioned and want to preserve our history. I can't even imagine having a home without books on the shelves.
As a woman, you can have whatever you want in life. First you have to find yourself, get an education and start your career. Then you look for someone to share it with. It is all about being responsible, asking for what you want and setting boundaries.
Postscript - Ladies and gentleman, I am currently working on revisions for this book. This includes creating a paperback workbook. Stay tuned!
After eleven years of brutal communist leadership, a young girl and her brother join a grass roots campaign to end oppression in Hungary. One will perish and the other will make it safely to America, where they will learn what freedom really means.
Eight-year old Jacobi wakes up to find himself in a strange white womans home. Where is he? Where is his mother? Will he ever see her again? What secrets will he keep to make sure this never happens again?
Isabel tells her own story of how her family was ripped apart by incest, depression, and alcoholism. Her 3 younger sisters struggle to deal with what they did, or did not witness as children. Dominique, a womanizer, is suspected of murdering child molesters. Jeanne is a “born-again” who accepts salvation to blind herself to the realities of her sister's lives. Camille is a famous psychic.