Complementing my interviews, today’s Author Spotlight, the three hundred and fourteenth, is of poet, non-fiction author and interviewee Jeanne Buesser. If you would like to take part in an author spotlight, take a look at author-spotlights.
Jeanne Buesser, runs a non-profit support group for parents of children with speech impairments, giving support and resources for parents and professionals for 13 years including surrounding areas. She provides articles and support by email and voice mail to those who cannot attend the meetings by mail.
She is President, of The Apraxia Network (in Northern NJ). The books can be purchased at BN.com, Amazon.com, bookstores, createspace.com, Authorhouse.com, or her websites: JeanneBuesser.com, or Apraxianetwork.org.
She has been interviewed by radio stations, blogs, local tv stations. Her websites are Apraxianetwork.org, and JeanneBuesser.com. Ms Buesser is also an author of a special needs book called He Talks Funny which explains to others about the neurological speech disorder called Apraxia, along with teasing and bullying of a child who is unable to be understood with resources and other information.
Her other books Moonlight Till Dawn, Journey From Darkness to Light are poetry, grief-related with resources.
And now from the author herself:
When I first had the story in my head for my first book, I wasn’t sure I knew how to write.
I am now doing my 2nd story still in the editing stages, and going back to college. I am still learning and having someone help with the editing process. But I know that I am making a difference.
You can find more about Jeanne and her writing via…
and her books are available on CreateSpace:
- Moonlight Till Dawn: https://www.createspace.com/3729684
- Journey from Darkness to Light: https://www.createspace.com/3706672), Barnes and Noble, and Amazon.
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Morgen’s Online Non-Fiction Writing Group
Morgen’s Online Novel Writing Group
Morgen’s Online Poetry Writing Group
Morgen’s Online Script Writing Group
Morgen’s Online Short Story Writing Group
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