Getting to Know You–er, Me

Flying and Whisky and a flip sharp humour. What’s not to like? A new discovered friend who shows how it’s done.

Peak Perspective

Today I’m offering up an interview I did with author/blogger/human extraordinaire, Jan Wissmar I had a marvelous time with Jan and I do hope you’ll check out her work. She’s just released her third book, Willful Avoidance and continues to impress me with being someone whose work on this earth is beyond inspirational.

I hope you enjoy.

~Shelley

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Meet Shelley Sackier, author, blogger, pilot, and whisky drinker

Today I’m delighted to welcome Shelley Sackier, creator of the always entertaining blog – Peak Perspective – and author of the upcoming teen novel DEAR OPL.

Shelley Sackier headshots 3 (1704x2272)JTT: Hey Shelley – thanks for being here!  First of all, how did you come up with the title Peak Perspective?

SS: The blog title and tagline (Peak Perspective: trying to climb out of the fog.) was born of both sight and wordplay. I live in the Blue Ridge Mountains. I’m surrounded by…

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Author: philipparees

A writer ( mostly narrative poetry) of fiction and non-fiction. Self publisher of fiction and Involution-An Odyssey Reconciling Science to God (Runner-up Book of the Year (2013), One time builder ( Arts centre) Mother of four daughters: Companion of old man and old dog: One time gardener, lecturer, wannabe cellist, mostly enquirer of 'what's it all about', blogger and things as yet undiscovered.

2 thoughts on “Getting to Know You–er, Me”

    1. A pleasure to disseminate Shelley. This blog is my ‘coffee house’ interludes. The other (http://involution-odyssey.com/) is the retreat for more diligent attention, and developing ideas. Temporarily stagnant while I decide which of three books most deserves attention: the play based on the court case?, the mythical novella?, or the biographical novel?…or should I just record the short stories ( gargle, drink apple cider and wait for the crows to go to bed) and take a bow.

      Case of old woman afflicted with indecision. So good to have others do the talking while she shilly-shally’s…

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