Justina Wheelock

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By Index Admin March 3, 2012 18:56

Justina Wheelock

About Justina:

Justina Wheelock was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she currently resides. After years of working in the employment and training area, Justina decided to take her own advice and follow her passion. Writing. The stories in her debut writings, The Gravier Family Series, as well as The Aaron Family Series, are delightful and intriguing tales uniquely embedded with many scenes set in her home state. Justina’s signature style is considered “old school romance.” Those readers desiring romance with class are turning pages and asking for more of the stories told with lagniappe (a little something extra). The movie based upon the first work has been placed under contract. (The sequel screenplay has been written, as well).

Justina enjoys submitting works of fiction to various anthologies and has found a passion for writing poetry. Some of her spare time is spent actively participating in various social networking circles catering specifically to writers.

Look forward to more works from Justina Wheelock/ Author/ Screenwriter/ Poet.

Justina’s books:

Love and Betrayal by Justina Wheelock Twisting the Script by Justina Wheelock Like Falling Rain by Justina Wheelock Where Loyalties Lie by Justina Wheelock
       
Independent Author Index Short Story Compilation, Volume 1 on the Independent Author Index Independent Author Index Short Story Compilation, Volume 2    
   

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By Index Admin March 3, 2012 18:56
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  1. Bil Moore March 20, 08:53

    Ms. Wheelock is perhaps my most favorite author, next to Moses. I love the way she can jerk my emotions at her bidding and makes me lash out at fictional characters as though they had entered into the room and confronted me personally.

    Keep ’em coming, Tina. Can’t wait to get my eyes on your Pentateuch.

    Bil

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    • Justina Wheelock March 25, 12:48

      Thanks for reading my works, Bil. I am humbled by your words and inspired to keep pushing my pen. Number five is in progress.

      You make this a labor of love.

      ~Tina

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