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This month’s feature:
Post #9, August 25, 2019 Who Done It? The Medium Knows.” by Carolyn Marie Wilkins
Carolyn Marie Wilkins leads us through an inspiring family and personal history to explain how they have shaped her as a writer. She is the author of five books –Damn Near White and They Raised Me Up (published by the University of Missouri Press) Melody for Murder and Mojo for Murder (Pen-L Publishing), and Tips for Singing (Hal Leonard Press). Not only a writer, Carolyn is a woman of many parts: a healer, an intuitive counselor, a psychic medium, and a professor at Berklee College of Music, as well as a jazz perfomer.