Snoopy Award Winner

Snoopy Award Winner

          Delighted to report that I recently won the Snoopy Award for Writer of the Year from the Gainesville, Georgia-based Northeast Georgia Writers club. The club is over 40 years old, is very active, and is chock-a-block full of talented, published writers. It is a high honor to win the Snoopy Award.

          This spring has been an enjoyable and rewarding season on the speaker’s circuit. I delivered author talks to a wide variety of audiences, including some distinguished literary groups.

          Today, I had the privilege of addressing 90 fourth-grade students at Lumpkin Elementary School. We talked about writing and my writing journey. Maureen and I took them through an exercise using one of the tools in the “writer’s toolbox.” The winners of their writing contest read their essays and poetry.

          These kids were well mannered, attentive, and sure seemed to be smarter than I remember being at that age. Often, I feel like a kid in an adult body so it was big fun for me to be with my people!



NEWS FLASH - Radio Interview, Friday, March 25, 2016, 11:00 - noon

America’s Web Radio’s Doug Dahlgren will interview me live this Friday for an hour as part of his “Prologue” series. You can tune in on your computer at and clicking the radio icon play arrow.

We will discuss Luck Be A Chicken, the Georgia Author of the Year Award, why one would retire from a thriving law practice to write, and who knows what else.

Tune in. I will try to make it fun.

Thanks for your continuing support, Jameson