Photographs from book readings and signings at the Pulaski County Library in Pulaski, Virginia on August 18, 2018 and the Decatur Book Festival in Decatur, Georgia on September 1.
Seeking words of peace over threats of nuclear war, Women Cross DMZ, in partnership with the Nobel Women’s Initiative and the Women’s Peace Walk, a coalition of more than 30 women’s peace organizations in South Korea, met in Seoul, South Korea May 24-26 for the #WomenPeaceKorea: A New Era delegation. Can women, men, and kids at the grassroots level persuade government officials to bury the nuclear hatchet and ink an agreement for peace?
My dream of an adventure with blue whales turned into a lesson of not needing to prove my encounter to the rest of the world. These largest known animals on Earth taught me the simplicity of treasuring an inner journey to picture them with my heart.
Despite a horrendous seasick experience watching sperm whales in New Zealand with my brother over twenty years ago, I decided to journey to San Ignacio Lagoon, Mexico, with one goal in mind: to touch a gray whale.
The first step of successfully reaching a goal or New Year’s resolution beings with writing it as a SMART statement: Specific, Measurable, Achievable/Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Bound.
Ever wanted to click Ctrl-F keys to find something missing, like the spirit of Christmas? Author Jean Neff Guthrie shares a poem on finding Christmas within.
To keep Thanksgiving alive during November, author shares her favorite quotes on being thankful.
Writing a novel and creating a software project schedule seem as alike as sumo wrestling and calf roping. Jean Neff Guthrie, young adult science fiction author and information technology program manager, reveals seven similarities that meld her two passions.
Photographs from the Decatur Book Festival, Emerging Writers Tent, on September 3, 2016 in Decatur, Georgia.
Lela Markham, author and blogger, interviews Jean Neff Guthrie. What would Jean do if she were dropped in a remote Alaska cabin for a month?