Interview with Sally Jadlow

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Today, we introduce you to Sally Jadlow, one of Wordsowers Christian Writers Conference workshop leaders.

Sally Jadlow has written poetry for over forty years and delights in learning new ways to express herself. Beside poetry, she writes historical fiction, short stories, devotionals, and inspirational faith building books.

Her God’s Little Miracle Books have just been expanded with scripture and study questions suitable for individual or group study and are available on Amazon

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What would you like conference attendees to know about you? Maybe something that would help them feel comfortable approaching you. I’m old, so my sharp teeth are pretty worn down so I don’t bite–very hard. I only eat small children, not adults.

What do you see as the greatest take away from your workshop and why/who will get the most out of your workshop? I think its always fun to learn new poetry forms. As writers, we need to learn to write tight. Poetry teaches us to say the most with the fewest words. So, if you want to sharpen your writing skills, no matter if you are a newbie or are an old hand at this writing business, come on in. The water’s fine!

If you could share only one piece of information/tip/encouragement with a writer, what would it be? Never give up. With each rejection, you are step closer to that acceptance.

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Angela D. Meyer

Angela D. Meyer

Angela D. Meyer lives in NE with her husband and two children whom they homeschool - recently graduating their son. She has taught Bible class for over 35 years and is on the leadership team of her local Christian writers group. She loves God, her family, the ocean, good stories, connecting with friends, taking pictures, quiet evenings and a good laugh. Someday she wants to ride in a hot air balloon and vacation by the sea.
Angela D. Meyer

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