• Most on here know me as the writer of One Voice Raised (Amazon) but I am also a fabric artist and photographer.
    Feel free to stop by my step-by-step blog that illustrates how I go from artwork on paper to completed Art Quilts.
    Geisha In The Snow- is my latest creation and I am happy to say, is getting close to being finished!…[Read more]

  • I would like to share my Art Quilt blog. Here you can learn how I go from image to finished quilt.
    I have been working on Geisha in The Snow for a couple of years now and can see the finish line. I will be entering it into quilt contests-have not decided which yet.
    Enjoy!

    http://watercolorjen.blogspot.com

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 13, 2014

    In reply to: A. G. Moye posted an update in the group WITH DEVILS DWELL new I have a question for the group, yes I am out here but my question is does anyone on here write in the first person? A.G. View

    I wrote my book-One Voice Raised- in the first person.

    • Yes AJ I wrote my murder book ’The Rode to Justice (John Rode,1st grade detective,murder stories) in the first person as a male!

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 12, 2014

    In reply to: William Johnson posted an update in the group All Things Indie OK, for all of those who responded to my \"call\", go to my website www.williamjohnsonbooks.com, click on the tab \"books we love\" Check out your webpage and make sure everything is correct, all links work, etc... Use my contact page to let me know if there are any corrections, deletions or additions. I\'m going to start marketing these pages tomorrow and also blasting my social network sites for all of you. I will keep you advised. View

    Thanks so much. Please let me know if you need any more information.

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 11, 2014

    In reply to: William Johnson posted an update in the group All Things Indie OK, for all of those who responded to my \"call\", go to my website www.williamjohnsonbooks.com, click on the tab \"books we love\" Check out your webpage and make sure everything is correct, all links work, etc... Use my contact page to let me know if there are any corrections, deletions or additions. I\'m going to start marketing these pages tomorrow and also blasting my social network sites for all of you. I will keep you advised. View

    Thanks @Johanna
    @Watercolorjen
    Facebook link to my book page:

    https://www.facebook.com/OneVoiceRaised?ref=hl

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 11, 2014

    In reply to: William Johnson posted an update in the group All Things Indie OK, for all of those who responded to my \"call\", go to my website www.williamjohnsonbooks.com, click on the tab \"books we love\" Check out your webpage and make sure everything is correct, all links work, etc... Use my contact page to let me know if there are any corrections, deletions or additions. I\'m going to start marketing these pages tomorrow and also blasting my social network sites for all of you. I will keep you advised. View

    I’ve been away from my computer for a few days and just discovered your generous offer. I’d like to add my book if I may. I will be able to supply you with the verbiage, cover and links tomorrow. Hope that’s not too late

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 6, 2014

    In reply to: Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted an update in the group All Things Indie I\'m a fabric artist who\'s quilts have traveled to fun places without me and I am an avid photographer. I create and sell machine embroidery designs on my website. http://www.artgiftsetc.com/index.html I was recently in a movie called-Sock Monkey Stories that premiered in Oct. at the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival. I played the Sock Monkey Fairy. OK, that\'s more than two I know, but I wear lots of hats :) View

    It’s 17 minutes long and took us 2 years from start to finish. My husband and I started it thinking we would be able to do the animation by ourselves. Before we finished, we had 7 or 8 wranglers for nearly every scene. It’s a cute story of 4 sock monkeys that get cleaned the washer. All 4 go into the dryer, but only 3 come out (because, as you…[Read more]

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 6, 2014

    In reply to: Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted an update in the group All Things Indie I\'m a fabric artist who\'s quilts have traveled to fun places without me and I am an avid photographer. I create and sell machine embroidery designs on my website. http://www.artgiftsetc.com/index.html I was recently in a movie called-Sock Monkey Stories that premiered in Oct. at the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival. I played the Sock Monkey Fairy. OK, that\'s more than two I know, but I wear lots of hats :) View

    Thanks! It’s still making the festival rounds. The monkeys have been well received but you won’t see them in your local theater. Eventually I will have the movie available on my website but for now you can read a bit about it by clicking this link (then click -’Sock Monkey Stories’ Enjoy

    http://www.flickerdreams.com

    • Wow, yeah I just checked out the site. How long did it take to do the film, or short?

      • It’s 17 minutes long and took us 2 years from start to finish. My husband and I started it thinking we would be able to do the animation by ourselves. Before we finished, we had 7 or 8 wranglers for nearly every scene. It’s a cute story of 4 sock monkeys that get cleaned the washer. All 4 go into the dryer, but only 3 come out (because, as you…[Read more]

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 6, 2014

    In reply to: Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted an update in the group All Things Indie I\'m a fabric artist who\'s quilts have traveled to fun places without me and I am an avid photographer. I create and sell machine embroidery designs on my website. http://www.artgiftsetc.com/index.html I was recently in a movie called-Sock Monkey Stories that premiered in Oct. at the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival. I played the Sock Monkey Fairy. OK, that\'s more than two I know, but I wear lots of hats :) View

    As in Gilligan’s Island?

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 6, 2014

    In reply to: Adam Rubinstein posted an update in the group All Things Indie I run a mail order business - Healthlines.co.uk - distributing Flower Essences from all over the world and we are hosting Ian White - creator of the Australian Bush Flower Essences - to lead a workshop in the Lake District in May. I have recently launched a website 81words.net challenging people to write a story in EXACTLY 81 words. Users can read and rate other people stories. Have a go! [bpfb_link url='http://81words.net' title='81words | How creative can you be in just 81 words?' image='http://81words.net/wp-content/themes/81words/headertab.png']The challenge is to write a complete story in exactly 81 words. You can see how other people have done and rank their stories. Can you do better?[/bpfb_link] View

    Interesting idea-tempting!

  • I’m a fabric artist who’s quilts have traveled to fun places without me and I am an avid photographer. I create and sell machine embroidery designs on my website. http://www.artgiftsetc.com/index.html
    I was recently in a movie called-Sock Monkey Stories that premiered in Oct. at the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival. I played the Sock Monkey Fairy. …[Read more]

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 5, 2014

    In reply to: Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted an update in the group WITH DEVILS DWELL new 2013 ELit Bronze Medal Winner/True Crime! Arlington, Virginia fabric artist, photographer and writer is the author of \'One Voice Raised: A Triumph Over Rape\'. \"Look at me and I\'ll kill you!\" were the words Jennifer heard that night. She was unable to identify her attacker and so begins a 21 year search. This true story starts in 1988. Chief Investigator, David Cordle, Sr. writes about his early involvement in solving Jennifer\'s case and how he was finally able in 2009 to identify serial rapist William Joseph Trice. Since publication of One Voice Raised, 2 more cold cases have been linked to Trice, making 4 known victims....so far. http://www.amazon.com/Jennifer-A-Wheatley-Wolf/e/B006KJD6RY/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1 View

    Thanks!

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 4, 2014

    In reply to: Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted an update in the group WITH DEVILS DWELL new 2013 ELit Bronze Medal Winner/True Crime! Arlington, Virginia fabric artist, photographer and writer is the author of \'One Voice Raised: A Triumph Over Rape\'. \"Look at me and I\'ll kill you!\" were the words Jennifer heard that night. She was unable to identify her attacker and so begins a 21 year search. This true story starts in 1988. Chief Investigator, David Cordle, Sr. writes about his early involvement in solving Jennifer\'s case and how he was finally able in 2009 to identify serial rapist William Joseph Trice. Since publication of One Voice Raised, 2 more cold cases have been linked to Trice, making 4 known victims....so far. http://www.amazon.com/Jennifer-A-Wheatley-Wolf/e/B006KJD6RY/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1 View

    Thanks Annie. I am pleased especially since it’s my first book!

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 4, 2014

    In reply to: Author, Brian K. Larson posted an update in the group All Things Indie I found a really cool tool that\'s going to come in very handy in April. Authorgraph allows you to have fans request their eBooks autographed by the author. You can personalize your message, hand write your signature, or use a cursive font. Here is the code I place in my web to attack readers, check it out for yourself. www.secretofthecrystal.com View

    Yup, it happens :)

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 4, 2014

    In reply to: Cap'n Joe posted an update in the group #MARSocial’s Author of the Year Competition! The Ephraim Prize Now that the egotistical bad apples have been removed from the barrel it\'s wonderful to see the green shoots of altruism reappearing. I absolutely love the quote James came up with: “…strive but to serve others, your own happiness will be as sured.” Altruism has its own rewards which are so much more special than any other rewards you could possibly imagine. It\'s wonderful to see authors like @tmoretimer Theresa beginning to transcendently shine. Have fun Kind Regards Cap\'n Joe ;) View

    Wait, what? So, tell us how you really feel.

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 4, 2014

    In reply to: Author, Brian K. Larson posted an update in the group All Things Indie I found a really cool tool that\'s going to come in very handy in April. Authorgraph allows you to have fans request their eBooks autographed by the author. You can personalize your message, hand write your signature, or use a cursive font. Here is the code I place in my web to attack readers, check it out for yourself. www.secretofthecrystal.com View

    I’m sure you don’t really mean to attack your readers :)

  • Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf posted a new activity comment February 4, 2014

    In reply to: Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf joined the group WITH DEVILS DWELL new View

    Thanks!

  • 2013 ELit Bronze Medal Winner/True Crime!
    Arlington, Virginia fabric artist, photographer and writer is the author of ’One Voice Raised: A Triumph Over Rape’.

    ”Look at me and I’ll kill you!” were the words Jennifer heard that night. She was unable to identify her attacker and so begins a 21 year search. This true story starts in 1988. Chief…[Read more]

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