Oct 28, 2021
Jill's dual time-line debut is loosely based on her grandmother’s story of life during the depression and finding her way into a creative career, much the way Jill has since leaving her high-tech career. And if there ever was a testimonial for what the Women’s Fiction Writer’s Association can offer a novice writer, Jill’s story qualifies – she’s a member of a critique group, she’s participating in the agent pitch event, she’s taken numerous seminars, and now she’s appeared on the podcast. Truly a writer who’s open to taking advantage of every opportunity to hone her craft.
Jill’s short stories have been published in 805Lit, Oyster River Pages, The Potato Soup Journal, and elsewhere. After working for nearly thirty years as a high tech marketing and product manager, Jill now pursues her passion for creative writing full time. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with her husband and daughter.
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