Actually, Margaret is not just a poetic talent, but also an accomplished short story writer.
Her poetry appears in the company of similarly gifted authors between the covers of several anthologies, including works by Lakeside’s Not Yet Dead Poets. Both her poetry and short stories appear in a collection by a group of Lakeside female authors, and she’s also a frequent and popular performer at local poetry readings.
Margaret is also the literary executor for the late Jim Tipton’s poetic works.
Read more about Margaret, and find links to her work and reviews on Amazon here.
The thread which connects the content of Joyce Wycoff’s seven Amazon titles is a desire to put into her readers’ hands a collection of information and techiniques focused on helping each one to “be a better self.”
These books take on tough problems such as how to avoid getting bogged down in conflicts or sidetracked by unexpected changes.
They offer advice and provide exercises designed to foster more creativity, improve problem solving skills, make clearer decisions, improve memory and concentration, and employ better organization skills.
And while Wycoff’s’s immediately desired outcome is greater personal productivity, her overarching goal is for her readers to have better relationships, to be happier, and to lead more fulfilling lives.
Read more about Joyce, and find links to her work and reviews on Amazon, here.
RiberasAuthors is proud to announce the addition of Ilsa Picazo to its Authors Gallery. Ilsa is widely known in Mexico as a print and broadcast journalist, and her work has been published both in Spanish and in English.
Read more about Ilsa, and find links to her work and reviews on Amazon, here.
RiberasAuthors is honored by the addition of Judy King to its Authors Gallery. Judy has lived in Mexico since 1990, and in addition to her books published on Amazon is well known for an impressive body of work in periodicals both in Mexico and north of the border.
Read more about Judy, and find links to her work and reviews on Amazon, here.