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Gloria Teague
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  • Oklahoma
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Something About Me and My Book:
I'm a published writer of fiction and nonfiction, both magazines and books. I've won several awards in writing contests. I've acted in an independent movie and on stage but I feel my artistic talents are better suited to the written page.

I'm the editor of NightScripts, newsletter of the Tulsa NightWriters, a 100 plus member writers' group.

I'm a contributing author for Francine Silverman's book, Book Marketing A-Z and I've had dozens of short stories and articles published in national magazines.

My new book, Saturday Night Cocoa Fudge is a memoir in the era of bobby socks and poodle skirts and the little girl in the 1950s Deep South that wore both. It illustrates her eccentric family that worshipped God yet believed the Wolf Man (the 7th son of the 7th son) could cure their child. It tells of the sweetly flawed women that taught her how to be what she was meant to be.

Book release

My book, Saturday Night Cocoa Fudge, was released September 2008! Since then I've had booksignings, a book launch party and was even interviewed about it on television! Whoo hooo

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At 4:05am on August 16, 2009, Skeeze Whitlow said…
Skeeze Whitlow
4317 N. 16th Street
Arlington, VA 22207
Dear Gloria Teague,
“Mira, Mistress of Destiny” (an 83,000 word novel) is a veritable ’How-To’ of psychic ability. Topics ranging from the recognition of aural energies to a life long search for the Authentic Self are set against a background of the European-Maya conquest of 1523. During that cataclysm, a wealth of spiritual knowledge was lost.
Mira was the dispossessed daughter of a ruling mercantile family. As she tried to maintain spiritual connections, while reclaiming her position in Maya society, carriers of the True Cross arrived to destroy all she’d ever known. Mira used physical prowess, ingenuity and spiritual powers to foil her enemy. Think Kung Fu in Mesoamerica. In addition, the accompanying screenplay can assist in the sales process.
A fast-paced, engaging, story which prompts readers to seek an inner connection with his or her Creator, this tale generates identification with the female protagonist. As a writer of twenty years, I’ve attained publication regularly, yet, never has a character so thoroughly overtaken my work. An action heroine, to be championed by today’s woman, Mira’s appeal lies in the fact that she takes a stand for moral and spiritual reasons. She re-educates us on our psychic aptitudes, providing hope for millions, and attaining the status of a living Goddess who forges foundations for the aspiration of her time.
Skeeze Whitlow

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