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It's been a while since I last updated my bio but so much has happened in my life in the past 3 years. I tested the waters of this e-Book Hand Me Downs and didn't give it my all. So I am now. I wanted to do so much and I noticed I was... ya know, doing so much but nothing got the attention it deserved. I decided to let go of some entities to give them their just due in the time frame they needed. So my 7 Blogtalk radio shows were suspended and all my hosts are going through Let's Talk Urban Radio 1 School so to speak. We will be better next season. The magazine I started and ran for 4 years is not in partnership with a writing colleague (Shadress Burks). We decided to start that from scratch from the business aspect up to the turning of pages. When this is released it will be paired with its teen version. So you see, BIGGER and better things are in the wind for Felisha Bradshaw. I am taking what I LOVE so dearly and making it the center of all that I do, because it is what I am. I am words that turn into phrases, which turn into sentences that turns into paragraphs, which evolve into chapters that make best sellers. So, if you need to know more or interested in the slightest bit, turn a few pages of my writing. That's where you will find what I don't tell here. ?>
I have had 1 book published by Dundurn Publishing and 4 books that I published my self. I have aslo had articles published in 20 different Journals and magazines. One book was "Canadian Clocks and Clocmakers" (still available on Amazon). Another was "How to Get The Most out of Your Divorce Financially". A third was"The Dysart Family of New Brunswick". I am currently working on a journal for people to enter in all the information that is needed when they die. I am Chartered Professional Accountant. I was a partner of Dunwoody & Company for 35 years.?>
I am a country-twang gal from the bluegrass state. Kentucky is a hot bed of horses, cave systems, and whiskey. And I love all three. With my pugs and bossy kitty cat, I spend my days writing and working social media. I write with the help of the voices pushing me to create worlds for them to live in. Fantasy Romance, Contemporary Romance, and eventually some cowboys (because cowboys live in a group all there own, yummmm) are the genres that I love best. In 2005, a serious case of Multiple Sclerosis ended my higher education as I strived to finish my mathematics degree, wiping away all my beautiful numbers and a large portion of artistic talents that I had taken for granted most of my life. After a few years, my beautiful words started to come back to me. Filling my days and nights with imagined worlds helped me to cope with my newfound reality. I am currently working with Mary (my publisher) at http://gonewritingpublishing.blogspot.com/ Each day I find that getting sick has helped me to find my passion. Fun fact: My granny had enough Irish to embody the term ‘fiery' and my papaw had enough Cherokee to suggest they move their family to a reservation … This did not turn out well for him, not when gran apposed the idea, butttt that is a story for another time. So palest of pale, and red all year round … what did I get from that genetic pool??? Ha. I turned out to be pale skinned, but I don't burn in the sun the way granny would have. And no matter how much color I seem to gain during the day, I wake the next morning back at square one, whereas my papaw had wonderfully tanned skin even in the midst of the darkest winters. boo… lol… now at 34, I don't even try. (not to mention that my MS detests being out in the sun) What I did get from these wonderful people??? A love and a need to create. She could design a quilt, bake up wonders, paint and draw with ease, and surround the home in masterpiece gardens. Okay, my thumb is more black than green, but have enjoyed accomplishing all the rest. Though my favorite lies in oil paints. As for papaw, he loved to sing, filled notebook after notebook with his poetry, and had a tendency to create personalized rhymes for strangers and friends alike (sometimes against their will, while others asked for the right). My entire life, he called me his songbird. And would asked me (shy little me) to preform. Poetry is fun, and something that my mother taught me how to do early on, but I truly believe that a piece of my soul would die without my voice to sing the melodies in my heart. (just please let me do it at home and not in front of strangers :P) ?>