R.J. Henne has had a lifelong love for storytelling and is a keen observer of people. She grew up in Central, Illinois, with her grandmother who taught her about living the simple life. She is a retired state employee, and worked as a hairdresser for 25 years. R.J. lost her husband, Jim, to cancer ten years ago. To overcome the grief, she began to paint and write, and so began a dream of becoming a published author. She will soon have her novel, Cracker’s Bend, completed. Some of her earlier short stories and articles were published in local newspapers. She struggles with failing eyesight. Marlys Wilson, PhD, has loved writing her entire life, and has long believed the lost art of instructive storytelling is a way of helping the individual center themselves through core values. Old fashioned storytelling helps to make better choices in our lives when we are called to this moment. In her early years, she was an aspiring artist, but later turned her interest to psychology, philosophy, and nutrition. She specialized in working with battered women and children. Out of this was born her handbook, Waiting in the Wings, for women who wait for love and make poor choices. She came to feel that we can learn much about the human spirit through classic stories that teach us about right and wrong.
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